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Why should I sell my MINI to Trusted Car Buyers?

Now if you’ve come here looking to find out how much your MINI’s worth or to sell your MINI, we could help. We will buy any MINI from the Mark 1 to the Clubman, Countryman and Cooper.

Just enter your reg above and click the value my car button to find out what your MINI’s worth to us today. All valuations are free, and if you choose to book in to sell, you’ll enjoy no administration fees or charges associated with other online car buying services.

What about the sportier MINIs?

We also have a fantastic record for offering good money on sportier MINIs. Whether you own a convertible Cabrio, Coupe, Roadster or Paceman Cooper, sell your MINI fast and for more money with TrustedCarBuyers.com. 

If you’ve been driving something a little more special, our experienced valuations team will make you a tailored offer for your car.

Value my MINI for free now

You can use our free car valuation service above. Just enter your reg above and click the green button to value your MINI now. In all cases, when you’re happy with the quote, book-in at your nearest dealership where we’ll provide a certified 30-minute appraisal.

About Mini

The Mini is one of the most loved cars in the world. And alongside the Jaguar, is arguably one of the most quintessentially British. The plucky little economy car, built by the British Motor Corporation (BMC), first drove into our lives in 1959. In the 1960s, the Morris Mini-Minor then stole our hearts and had long since been seen as the original.

Featuring in TV series like Mr Bean and Hollywood blockbusters The Italian Job and Herbie further cemented the Mini its cult British icon status. A lot in the motor industry regard the Mini as the Brit equivalent to Germany’s Volkswagen Beetle or the Italian Fiat 500. 

In 1999, the New York Times voted the Mini as the second most influential car of the twentieth century, after the Ford Model T. More recently, the Mini marque was later styled as MINI when BMW took the helm, bringing a modern shape to the classic name.