MINI Maintenance and repair full service range at Spire MINI

Get your MINI revitalised and ready for more MINI fun with our raft of MINI services

Using top-quality, genuine MINI parts, our Maintenance and Repair Full Service Range is comprehensive, giving your MINI the tender loving care it needs to perform to its full potential on the road. Carried out by our MINI Approved Technicians, you can rest assured that your MINI will leave our hands ready for your next adventure.

Book a MINI Service  MINI Service Enquiry 

Get your MINI ready and raring to go with our full range of MINI services. Offering the complete service range and using only top-quality, genuine MINI parts that are guaranteed for two years, you'll drive home happy with your MINI. Whatever we find your MINI needs during a MINI Inspection, a new battery, new wiper blades or a new water pump, we will have the right part for your MINI. Book your service with us today and bring your MINI back to full health.

Browse our Full Service Range:

TASKS PERFORMED:

BODY AND ELECTRICS:

  • Lighting system checked. Instrument panel, dashboard lighting and heating/ventilation fans checked.
  • Horn, flashlights and hazard warning lights checked. Condition of safety belts checked; function of automatic belt tensioners, buckles and clips tested.
  • Acid levels and charging status of battery checked; battery recharged (if necessary).*
  • Microfilter for heating and air conditioning systems replaced.
  • If MINI Mobility System is available: compressor canister replaced after four years.*
  • Visual checks for damage, leaks and corrosion performed on suspension and bodywork.
  • Tailgate hinges lubricated.


ENGINE COMPARTMENT:

  • Self-diagnosis system tested; read-out of error memory.
  • Engine oil and oil filter replaced.
  • Cooling water levels and liquid concentration tested after top-up.
  • Cooling water replaced at pre-determined interval (after four years at the latest) with suitable cooling liquid (if necessary).*
  • Service interval indicator reset according to manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Liquid levels for screen washer and headlight washer (if available) checked; liquid refilled if necessary.
  • Liquid levels for power steering checked; liquid refilled (if necessary).*
  • Brake fluid replaced within the specified service intervals (after two years at the latest).*


SUSPENSION:

  • Average strength of front and rear brake pads measured.
  • If brake pads are replaced: brake shaft cleaned; surface and strength of brake discs tested; wheel-centring hub of light-alloy wheels lubricated.*
  • Steering tested for play, solidity, damage and wear and tear. Undercarriage tested for leaks, damage and corrosion. Brake cables checked for solidity, damage and correct positioning. Handbrake checked for correct function; adjusted as necessary.
  • Handbrake repaired according to manufacturer’s specifications (if necessary).
  • Tyre pressure (including spare wheel) tested and adjusted as necessary; Runflat Indicator reset; condition, profile and contact of tyres tested.

FINAL CHECK:

  • Test drive to check roadworthiness, including tests for brakes, steering or power steering, clutch, indicators and warning lights.

*Costs extra.

 

TASKS PERFORMED:

BODY AND ELECTRICS:

  • Lighting system checked. Instrument panel, dashboard lighting and heating/ventilation fans checked.
  • Horn, flashlights and hazard warning lights checked.
  • Condition of safety belts checked; function of automatic belt tensioners, buckles and clips tested.
  • Acid levels and charging status of battery checked; battery recharged (if necessary).*
  • Microfilter for heating and air conditioning systems replaced.
  • If MINI Mobility System is available: compressor canister replaced after four years.* Visual checks for damage, leaks and corrosion performed on suspension and bodywork. Tailgate hinges lubricated.


ENGINE COMPARTMENT:

  • Self-diagnosis system tested; read-out of error memory.
  • Engine oil and oil filter replaced.
  • Cooling water levels and liquid concentration tested after top-up.
  • Cooling water replaced at pre-determined interval (after four years at the latest) with suitable cooling liquid (if necessary).*
  • Service interval indicator reset according to manufacturer’s instructions. Liquid levels for screen washer and headlight washer (if available) checked; liquid refilled if necessary. Liquid levels for power steering checked; liquid refilled (if necessary).*
  • Brake fluid replaced within the specified service intervals (after two years at the latest).*


SUSPENSION:

  • Average strength of front and rear brake pads measured.
  • If brake pads are replaced: brake shaft cleaned; surface and strength of brake discs tested; wheel-centring hub of light-alloy wheels lubricated.*
  • Steering tested for play, solidity, damage and wear and tear.
  • Undercarriage tested for leaks, damage and corrosion. Brake cables checked for solidity, damage and correct positioning.
  • Handbrake checked for correct function; adjusted as necessary. Handbrake repaired according to manufacturer’s specifications (if necessary).
  • Tyre pressure (including spare wheel) tested and adjusted as necessary; Runflat Indicator reset; condition, profile and contact of tyres tested.


FINAL CHECK:

  • Test drive to check roadworthiness, including tests for brakes, steering or power steering, clutch, indicators and warning lights.

*Costs extra.

TASKS PERFORMED:

  • Front wheels and brake pads disassembled.
  • Brake pad wear indicator, brake cables and other braking components checked.
  • Front brakes cleaned thoroughly.
  • Function test performed with special devices before new brake pads are fitted.
  • New brake pads fitted; braking performance monitored and tested. Front wheels reassembled; braking performance retested.

TASKS PERFORMED:

  • Rear wheels and brake pads disassembled.
  • Brake pad wear indicator, brake cables and other braking components checked.
  • Rear brakes cleaned thoroughly.
  • Function test performed with special devices before new brake pads are fitted.
  • New brake pads fitted; braking performance monitored and tested.
  • Rear wheels reassembled; braking performance retested.

TASKS PERFORMED:

  • Front wheels, brake discs and brake pads disassembled.
  • Brake pad wear indicator, brake cables and other braking components checked.
  • Front brakes cleaned thoroughly.
  • Function test performed with special devices before new brake discs are fitted.
  • New brake discs and brake pads fitted; braking performance monitored and tested. Front wheels reassembled; braking performance retested.

TASKS PERFORMED:

  • Rear wheels, brake discs and brake pads disassembled.
  • Brake pad wear indicator, brake cables and other braking components checked.
  • Rear brakes cleaned thoroughly. Function test performed with special devices before new brake discs are fitted.
  • New brake discs and brake pads fitted; braking performance monitored and tested. Rear wheels reassembled; braking performance retested.

TASKS PERFORMED:

  • Brake fluid replaced (old fluid disposed of in accordance with environmental regulations; new fluid added).

TASKS PERFORMED:

  • Front suspension struts replaced by MINI Service experts, ensuring optimal fit and function.

Note:
À la kart driving: MINI original suspension struts are tailored to suit your specific MINI model and its engine variant, maintaining a special mix of comfort, safety and lightning-quick reactions at all times. MINI suspension struts are subjected to extremely rigorous testing and set new standards of performance. They contain heat-resistant suspension oil that retains its properties at all temperatures between -40°C and +100°C. For the first 50,000 km, suspension struts can be replaced individually. After that, they can only be replaced in pairs.

TASK PERFORMED:

  • Rear shock absorbers replaced by MINI service experts, ensuring optimal fit and function.

Note:
À la kart driving: MINI Original Shock Absorbers are tailored to suit your specific MINI model and its engine variant, maintaining a special mix of comfort, safety and lightning-quick reactions at all times. MINI shock absorbers are subjected to extremely rigorous testing and set new standards of performance. They contain heat-resistant suspension oil that retains its properties at all temperatures between -40 °C and +100 °C. For the first 50,000 km, shock absorbers can be replaced individually. After that, they can only be replaced in pairs.

TASKS PERFORMED:

  • MINI Original Air Filter replaced by MINI Service Centre experts, ensuring correct fit and optimal engine performance.


Note:
Each MINI engine has its own model-specific air filter. Criteria for suitability include optimal air quantities and flow-through speed. MINI filters clean induction air, reduce induction noises and help to reduce fuel consumption and protect the environment. Up to 99.9 % of all dust and other pollutants are filtered out, which helps to protect the engine. When the MINI is driven normally in normal conditions, the filters do not need to be changed until 60,000–100,000 km have been clocked up.

TASKS PERFORMED:

  • Engine oil and oil filter replaced. Microfilter for heating/air conditioning replaced.
  • Service interval indicator reset according to manufacturer’s specifications.
  • Average strength of front and rear brake pads measured. If brake pads are replaced: brake shaft cleaned; surface and strength of brake discs tested; wheel-centring hub of light-alloy wheels lubricated.*
  • Handbrake checked for correct function; adjusted as necessary. Handbrake repaired according to manufacturer’s specifications (if necessary).

* Costs extra.

Note:
Developed for your specific MINI model, MINI oil filters are extremely compact and extremely robust. Thanks to synthetic fibres, they have a filtration surface of 1,655 cm², which can prevent particles as small as 0.005 mm from entering the engine compartment. The filters protect the engine so effectively that, not only do they prolong its life, but also the intervals between oil changes.

TASKS PERFORMED:

  • Old filter disassembled. New filter installed by MINI Service experts. Used material disposed of in accordance with environmental regulations.

Note:
The MINI microfilter in your air conditioning system filters three times –mechanically, electrostatically and with active charcoal. This means that MINI passengers are protected from both solid and gaseous pollutants. The microfilter’s mechanical filter surface is an incredible 200,000 square metres. To put that in perspective, if it were a 5 mm-wide tape, it would stretch around the equator, and you’d have some left over!

TASKS PERFORMED:

  • Old blades disassembled by MINI Service Centre experts and replaced with MINI original windscreen wiper blades, thus ensuring perfect fit and function.
Note:
MINI windscreen wiper blades are not just any old blades. With a built-in spoiler, they exert extra pressure on the windscreen, which is particularly helpful for removing squished bugs and other marks. Thanks to their aerodynamic shape and high proportion of synthetic materials, MINI windscreen wiper blades will last ages and prevent irritating squeaking noises too. MINI windscreen wipers will keep your window clear even after 200 hours of continuous use at high speeds.

TASKS PERFORMED:

  • Old battery removed and disposed of in accordance with environmental regulations. New battery installed. Battery registered.

Note:
Calcium: not only good for your bones, but also good for your MINI. The MINI battery contains a silver-calcium alloy that increases its anti-corrosion properties and resistance to temperature fluctuations. The tried-and-tested, long-lasting, maintenance-free MINI batteries meet and exceed all current standards and provide your MINI with just the right amount of start-up energy. Filled and fully charged when fitted, they are then registered so that all efficiency and comfort functions (e.g. Auto Start-Stop or stationary heating) will be guaranteed after the battery has been replaced.

TASKS PERFORMED:

  • Exhaust system disassembled.
  • Drive shaft disassembled.
  • Transmission disassembled.
  • Clutch disassembled.
  • New clutch installed and cleaned.
  • Transmission installed and cleaned.
  • Transmission oil checked and refilled as necessary.*
  • Drive shaft reinstalled.
  • Exhaust system reinstalled.

*Costs extra; price depends on amount required.

Note:

It’s the hydraulics in the MINI clutch that make gear changes so crisp but smooth. In fact, they eliminate the need for any maintenance work on the clutch for the 120,000 km or more that it’ll deal with in its operating life (under normal driving conditions). As the hydraulics contain no asbestos or lead, they can be disposed of safely too. As with all MINI parts, each clutch undergoes several rigorous tests before it is considered worthy enough to be part of a MINI.

TASKS PERFORMED:

  • Spark plugs replaced.

Note:
Long motorway journeys, lots of stop and go and cold starts at the crack of dawn: spark plugs have to withstand a great deal of strain and, at the same time, perform strenuous tasks. Thankfully, MINI high-power spark plugs are specially designed for MINI engines and their management systems. Made of resistant, high-quality materials such as iridium and platinum, these spark plugs guarantee maximum performance even under the most extreme conditions.

TASKS PERFORMED:

  • Starter disassembled and replaced by MINI service experts, ensuring optimal fit and function.

Note:
Maintenance-free and made of top-quality materials, MINI starters are designed for up to 500,000 starts, at all temperatures from -40°C to +100°C. With an average of 20,000 starts per year, that adds up to a life expectancy of 25 years. And they’re light too: they weigh up to 40% less than conventional starters, which helps to reduce fuel consumption. Before being installed, MINI starters undergo a series of strict tests, which guarantee the best possible protection against life in the fast lane.

TASKS PERFORMED:

  • Existing cooling liquids drained from radiator, brake fluid reservoir and engine block.
  • Cooling liquid refilled; cooling circuit aerated.
  • Anti-freeze concentration in cooling liquid checked.
  • Water pump installed.
  • Optical test for leaks and damage.

Note:
Just as every MINI engine model is unique, so is its water pump. Precision engineered, these pumps can even be used in extreme temperatures (anything from –25°C to +150°C), and to fit MINI standards, their seat is caulked rather than pressed. They also require a 100-hour endurance test to establish the pumping quality. Why go to all that trouble? Because the MINI water pump plays a crucial role in ensuring that other vehicle aggregates function correctly − which in turn helps guarantee the overall good health of your MINI..

The odd nip and tuck for your MINI with our Full Service Range

Contact us to find out more about our MINI Maintenance and Repair Full Service Range by sending us a Full Service Range enquiry
Terms & conditions: No additional work carried out without prior permission. This offer can be changed or withdrawn at any time without notice. For full terms & conditions, please contact Spire.