From the moment it arrived in 1959, the British Motor Corporation’s Mini was a game changer. The design of the original would serve to inspire contemporary car makers who mostly were impressed with the Mini’s inventive approach to providing more space for passengers and luggage. With its transverse engine front-wheel drive layout, the Mini has proven to be a British icon. Today, under the guidance of BMW, the Mini is still being produced and is still renowned for its economy.
Buyers in the market for a used Mini for sale may be interested in the Mini One, Cooper, Cooper S, or JCW versions of the Hatch, Hardtop, Clubman, Convertible, Countryman, Coupé, Roadster, or Paceman. With growing emphasis on fuel cost savings, these choices prove ideal.