We have a rich history in Boulder as a leading auto repair shop and are proud of our MINI Cooper repair services for new, old and used MINIs. MINI Cooper vehicles are designed with safety, optimal performance and innovative technology in mind, but still any vehicle needs repairs every-so-often. This is where we come in!
Our auto repair shop is “Mini-ready” and we offer repairs on the following Mini models from 1996 to new vehicles, including:
To best serve the needs of our Boulder area customers, we’ve developed expert skills at maintaining the safety, mechanics, performance and durability of the entire line of MINI models. Learn more.
While every vehicle in the Mini line up is dynamic, we have learned of some common repairs and we know just how to fix them. Read on to learn how we help.
Mini Cooper Service: One thing we are known for is helping protect your pocket book – yes, we know that repairs can be costly, but we keep them as low as possible; that’s always our goal. When you arrive at our facility, our team of technicians get busy analyzing your repair needs right away and we help save you money. Our prices are competitive and we provide nothing but quality in every repair job that enters our facility.
Mini Cooper Parts: We typically use original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts only if they are cost-effective. If this is not the case then we source an equally durable aftermarket part, which also saves you money.
Knowledge is power and as a Mini vehicle owner you want confirmation that your vehicle is looked after by a reputable, reliable and knowledgeable auto repair shop. We have the expertise to address your FAQs. This is why we are the go-to Mini repair shop in Boulder!
A: Get this problem fixed right away and also ask your technician to scope out your cooling fan and other connected parts to see if they also need repairing.
A: A number of Mini models with more than 50,000 miles may experience water pump leaks. Replacing the pump early is the best option and it will save you money down the road. Always monitor your miles and have your pumped checked regularly.
A: In order to ensure your transmission is healthy, have your vehicle serviced every 30,000 to 40,000 miles. Also, ask your technician about the benefits of transmission fluids as this is important with regular maintenance.
A: If your car rattles at idle or cold start, then this is a telltale sign that you have a loose timing chain. If you ignore the problem then your chain could break, causing engine damage, and leaving you with a hefty repair bill. Changing your oil frequently (every 5,000 mils) will prolong the life of the timing belt.
A: If you notice a burning smell or it feels like the engine revs but the car doesn’t accelerate as quickly when shifting into higher gear, then you probably have clutch failure. The best piece of advice is to head to a trusted auto repair shop and have your clutch replaced or repaired right away.
Need a MINI mechanic to give it proper care and service? There’s only one number to call in Boulder, CO.!
Call Independent Motors today: 303-449-8949
MINI Cooper repair for Boulder County, Longmont, Louisville, Lafayette, Erie, Niwot and Nederland, Colorado.