Mini Coopers are small cars manufactured in the United Kingdom. Although originally built by the British Motor Corporation from 1959 to 2000, BMW bought the brand in 2001 and continued to build these cars at the BMW plant in Oxford, so manufacturing of Mini Coopers remains in the UK.
Although small, the Mini’s space-saving front-wheel-drive layout allowed 80% of the area of the car’s floorpan to be used for passengers and luggage. When production of the classic Mini ceased in 2000, BMW, the new owner of the brand, announced the new design was to be much larger than the original. The new car is MINI (written in capital letters), is nearly two feet longer and two feet wider than its original counterpart. It is commonly called the “BMW MINI” or the “New MINI”. These Mini Coopers have enjoyed immense popularity in North America and have been considered by some to be the British equivalent to the German-made Volkswagen Beetle.
Sameday uses approved systems to provide Mini Cooper owner’s throughout the northwest with the highest quality repairs. When refinishing paint scuffs and scratches, Sameday technicians use a European paint and clear coat system for perfect color and finish matches. We repair only the damaged area allowing the majority of the Mini Cooper’s original factory finish to remain intact. Damaged MINI leather seats and steering wheels are restored to “like-new” condition by application of Sameday’s water-base products for an eco-friendly interior repair option. Dents can be removed, often times without repainting, by using specialty techniques and scratches in interior plastic parts, such as the dashboard, are repaired with OEM approved systems.
Sameday uses the highest quality products and repair systems to help MINI Cooper owner’s preserve the value and integrity of their vehicles.