Every new MINI is backed by MINI Complimentary Scheduled Maintenance Program, which covers recommended maintenance for up to 3 years or 36,000 miles (whichever comes first).†
Start your fall motoring with a checkup at your local MINI Dealer during the MINI Fall Service Event, and get exclusive rebate offers on everything from batteries and wiper blades to wheels and tire sets.
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All model year 2017 MINI vehicles and newer sold or leased by an authorized MINI dealer come standard with Complimentary Scheduled MINI Maintenance for the first 3 years or 36,000 miles whichever comes first. Only the following maintenance items are included with Complimentary Scheduled MINI Maintenance when they are performed as outlined in the vehicle’s Maintenance booklet: Engine oil and filter, Brake fluid, Cabin microfilter, Engine air filter, Spark plugs and Remote control key battery
NON-TRANSFERABILITY: Complimentary Scheduled MINI Maintenance program is an exclusive benefit that applies to the initial purchaser, owner, or lessee of a new vehicle, sales demonstrator vehicle, Aftersales Mobility Program vehicle, or BMW Group company vehicle from an authorized MINI dealer in the United States (including Puerto Rico). Coverage is not transferable to subsequent purchasers, owners, or lessees. The sole exception to the non-transferability of coverage is that household transfers – transfers within the United States (including Puerto Rico) to members of the household of the initial purchaser, owner, or lessee of a MINI vehicle from an authorized MINI dealer – will not terminate coverage. Household transfers are limited solely to transfers to a current or former spouse or spousal equivalent, child, sibling, parent, grandparent, or grandchild from the initial purchaser, owner, or lessee of a vehicle. In the event of a household transfer, purchasers, owners, or lessees of a MINI vehicle should promptly advise their authorized MINI dealer to document and confirm the household transfer for purposes of coverage. The payoff of a loan on a vehicle by the initial purchaser and the purchase of a leased vehicle by the initial lessee are not considered transfers for purposes of coverage.