With the arrival of September 2011's '61' registration plate, MINI has announced a number of special offers across the MINI range.
The MINI First on a '61' registration is available with finance for £169 a month with a deposit of £1499.
During September, customers choosing ONE petrol versions of the MINI Hatch, Convertible, Clubman and Countryman can benefit from the follow offers:
The deals include the Pepper pack, which includes MINI's TLC servicing package for five years/50,000 miles.
Customers opting for the MINI One D or MINI Cooper D also benefit from London Congestion Charge exemption.
The MINI Cooper SD offers CO2 emissions of 114g/km and 65.7mpg on the combined cycle with a top speed of 134mph.
The MINI Hatch, Convertible and Clubman models- including the One, Diesel, Cooper, Cooper D, Cooper S and Cooper SD - will see the dealer knock off £500 from the final bill when customers customise their new purchase from MINI's styling, comfort, convenience and technology options.
As Official Partner to Team GB and the Paralympics GB Team, MINI is offering anyone who test drives a new or used MINI before the end of December 2012 the change to win one of 75 pairs of tickets to the Olympic Games.
Corporate and fleet customers can also save money by choosing a new MINI with a '61' registration. The MINI Countryman Cooper D, for example, offers CO2 emissions of 115g/km, BIK rating of 13%, predicted residual value of 40.98% and whole life cost of 42.61%, compared to the Nissan QASHQAI Acenta 1.5 dCi 2WD over 36 months and 60,000 miles, the MINI would cost £3,156 less to run.
In comparison with the Ford Focus Titanium TDCi 115 over the same period, the MINI Countryman Cooper D would be £2016 cheaper to run.
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