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New Get Your Brand New 2021 Mini Cooper Roadster

Get Your Brand New 2021 Mini Cooper Roadster

Aklan, Balete

₱7,657,645

Automatic

Used 2012 Mini Cooper Countryman S

2012 Mini Cooper Countryman S

Metro Manila, Pasig

₱1,168,000

Manual 31,000 km

Used 2015 Mini Cooper 1.6L Turbo Automatic

2015 Mini Cooper 1.6L Turbo Automatic

Metro Manila, Makati

₱1,378,000

Automatic 19,000 km

New Brand new 2021 Mini Cooper JCW GP

Brand new 2021 Mini Cooper JCW GP

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱4,800,000

Automatic

Used 2017 Mini Cooper 5 - Door

2017 Mini Cooper 5 - Door

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱2,150,000

Automatic 300 km

Used 2014 Mini Cooper CountrymanS AT

2014 Mini Cooper CountrymanS AT

Cebu, Cebu City

₱1,500,000

Automatic 12,000 km

Used 2017 Mini Jhon Cooper works clubman

2017 Mini Jhon Cooper works clubman

Metro Manila, Las Piñas

₱2,850,000

Shiftable Automatic 11,000 km

Used 2017 Mini cooper S 3 doots hatch AT

2017 Mini cooper S 3 doots hatch AT

Metro Manila, San Juan

₱1,890,000

Automatic 17,000 km

Used 2013 Mini Cooper Countryman S

2013 Mini Cooper Countryman S

Metro Manila, Pasig

₱1,350,000

Automatic 21,000 km

Used 2013 Mini Cooper Countryman S

2013 Mini Cooper Countryman S

Metro Manila, Pasig

₱1,350,000

Automatic 21,000 km

Used 2013 Mini Cooper Countryman S AT

2013 Mini Cooper Countryman S AT

Metro Manila, Pasig

₱1,350,000

Automatic 21,000 km

Used 2013 Mini Cooper Countryman S AT

2013 Mini Cooper Countryman S AT

Metro Manila, Pasig

₱1,350,000

Automatic 21,000 km

Used 2010 Mini Cooper S A/T

2010 Mini Cooper S A/T

Metro Manila, Makati

₱1,288,000

Automatic

Used Selling Red Mini Cooper 2017 at 9000 km in Quezon City

Selling Red Mini Cooper 2017 at 9000 km in Quezon City

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱1,400,000

Automatic 9,000 km

Used Used Mini Cooper Paceman 2016 at 10000 km for sale

Used Mini Cooper Paceman 2016 at 10000 km for sale

Metro Manila, Quezon City

₱2,000,000

Cvt 10,000 km

Used Selling Red Mini Cooper S 2017 Automatic at 10000 km

Selling Red Mini Cooper S 2017 Automatic at 10000 km

Davao del Sur, Davao City

₱2,100,000

Automatic 10,000 km

Used Mini Cooper S 2005 for sale

Mini Cooper S 2005 for sale

Negros Oriental, Dumaguete

₱1,095,000

Manual 32,000 km

Used Mini Cooper Countryman 2013 Very Fresh For Sale

Mini Cooper Countryman 2013 Very Fresh For Sale

Metro Manila, Manila

₱1,350,000

Automatic 56,000 km

    Things to avoid when buying new cars

    Hello and welcome to Philkotse.com! You are now currently viewing our page for Mini Hatchback for sale in the Philippines by certified sellers at affordable prices. Please keep in mind that you can utilize our search box on the left of the listing page to refine your results by different criteria such as brand, model, year of manufacture, and body type.

    Like any other large investment, buying a car, or in this case, a Mini for sale is an important turning point in your life. For the most part, a vehicle will give you a lot of convenience and comfort in the long run. In some cases, however, there can be issues that will arise if you're not careful enough.

    So in order to help you in your car buying experience, we here at Philkotse.com have listed several things that you want to avoid when buying a new car.

    1. Not researching everything there is to know about a car model

    In order to avoid unwanted surprises, we advise anyone who is buying a vehicle to know every single detail about the model. It would even prove to your advantage to know a little about a particular model's history and some technical details like what suspension it uses, its horsepower and torque figure, etc.

    Surprises can be good sometimes, but when it comes to buying a car, it might mean you and your family's safety.

    2. Trusting the “final price” on window stickers

    The price of a car, be it on an advertisement or on those stickers we usually see in car dealerships, might not provide the real, big picture price of the car. Those figures might even be adjusted a little bit to attract buyers.

    As such we suggest that you check online on our updated Mini Philippines car price list which can offer info on a model's current overall price and even a sample calculation if you want to put it on loan. Make sure to check that out.

    3. Falling for the “buy today” trap

    Car salespeople are trained to get you to buy a car fast as it is common for people to wait up and make a lot of visits to a dealership. So in order to go around this, some dealerships usually have in place “Buy today” promos to convince buyers for an immediate sale.

    Also, don't make it obvious to a salesperson that you are desperate as some more unscrupulous people will take advantage of this. What you want to do instead is to stay calm and always consider your move first.

    4. Not test driving the car

    Another big mistake people usually commit is not test driving a vehicle. Some people who have purchased a model on sight without doing so have been known to have lower satisfaction ratings than those who do.

    This is because in test driving, you will get to know the vehicle's characteristics better: how it feels to drive with or without load, its engine noise, etc.

    If you want to test drive a particular model of Mini, you might want to check out the nearest Mini Philippines dealerships as most of these are willing to let you test drive one of their vehicles. Don't forget to bring your driver's license for this.

    5. Immediately signing on paperwork

    To avoid headaches and possible disagreements later on, please do read closely the fine print on the papers that you have to sign. It is a fact that it's easier to change a misunderstanding or error before you signed a paper.

    Make sure to check whether the details on all papers match up to the invoice. Also, don't be afraid to ask for clarification.

    6. Don't get distracted when inside the finance office

    One of the last steps in buying a car usually occurs in the dealerships finance department. This is where you sign some papers in conjunction with the sale.

    You'll want to concentrate on these so you'd want no distractions. As such, it might be better to ask your family members to wait outside the finance office.

    Aside from current models from Mini Philippines listed on this page, you can also take a look at other new and used cars for sale on our website. Currently, we have thousands from all major brands listed on our automotive classifieds and with our easy-to-use search engine, you can find the exact you need in no time.

    Thank you for using Phikotse.com!