USED LOW MILEAGE, RECONDITIONED & NEW UNITS AVAILABLE
ALL UNITS COME WITH 6 OR 12 MONTHS WRITTEN WARRANTY
VEHICLE RECOVERY AND FITTING AVAILABLE
NATIONWIDE & WORLDWIDE DELIVERY
New Mini Engines
While looking for a replacement engine for your vehicle, you have the option many times to install what is classed as a new Mini engine or crate Mini engine, the term Mini crate engine came around because when you ordered one in the past they would arrive in a crate ready to drop in, both of these terms indicate an engine that is built with 100 percent new components. Each and every part inside a new Mini engine or crate Mini engine is brand new. While these are a more expensive option when choosing a replacement Mini engine there are some people who prefer to use them.
When an engine is classified as “new” it means that the entire unit is built of brand new parts, this includes the new Mini engine block and cylinder head assembly. All internal components are also brand new including the connecting rods, pistons, bearings, rings and seals. Brand new Mini engines normally have the benefit of having the longest warranty available, as long as the unit is serviced properly the engine should outlive the rest of the car.
If you are looking for one time complete hassle free solution for your car engine replacement we highly recommend you to go for brand new Mini engines with everything new in them to avoid any future headaches. When a new Mini car engine properly gets fitted the longevity of your car automatically increases and you drive fearlessly on long journeys to face without facing any engine problems.
New Mini Engines History
1959 : The history of the Mini make began in that year. The new Mini motorcar was introduced by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) in England and its task was to be a lightweight, agile four-passenger car that catches up minimal space. In a sense, the brand was born out of requirement. The United Kingdom was subject to fuel rationing in the wake of the Suez crisis, and British consumers clamored for motor vehicles that proposed optimum fuel efficiency.
1960 : The truly was the decade of the Mini motorcar. New difference on the car's theme came with the beginning of cars like the Mini Pickup and the Mini Moke, a vehicle that resembled a quirky cross among the Mini and a Jeep.
1961 : John Cooper a man, who made Formula One race cars, put his magic hands on the Mini and the end result was the ferocious Mini Cooper. His Cooper S form had (at 76 horsepower) more than double the output of the standard Mini.
1962 : The marque launched on American shores.
1964 : Along with suspension tweaks and some really good driving Mini had winning the Monte Carlo Rally four years in a row (1964-'67) and by the end of the decade, more than 2 million Mini motorcars had been formed. Sadly, the motor vehicle was pulled from the United States in the wake of strict new production convention.
1968 : Mini motorcars tore up the asphalt on the silver screen with the brand's look in the film, The Italian Job.
1970-1980 : Though no longer presented in the U.S., Mini continue in creation in Europe through by the mid-'80s, more than 5 million Minis had been introduced international.
1994 : The brand was obtained by the BMW Group.
2000 : The marque went on hiatus.
2002 : Mini launched the front-drive Mini Cooper hatchback. Thoroughly up to date in every way, right down to its BMW-engineered suspension, steering and brakes, the Mini Cooper has become one of America's most attractive small cars and is presented as a hatchback, convertible or the specialized Clubman.
We deliver New Mini Engines to the following areas
(Highland, Argyll and Bute, Dumfries and Galloway, Aberdeenshire, Perth and Kinross, Scottish Borders, Na h-Eileanan Siar (Western Isles), Moray, Stirling, Angus, South Lanarkshire, Shetland Islands, Fife, East Ayrshire, South Ayrshire, Orkney Islands, North Ayrshire, East Lothian, North Lanarkshire, West Lothian, Midlothian, Falkirk, City of Edinburgh, Renfrewshire, City of Aberdeen, City of Glasgow, East Dunbartonshire, East Renfrewshire, Inverclyde, Clackmannanshire, West Dunbartonshire, City of Dundee)
Nothern Ireland UK
(County Antrim, County Armagh, County Down, County Fermanagh, County Londonderry, County Tyrone, Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Waterford, Kilkenny, Derry (Londonderry), Belfast, Galway, Armagh, Newry, Lisburn)