Mini Cooper S R53 2006 Facelift model with updated headlamps. approx. 97k miles(RECENT CLUTCH). Engine is a 1.6L supercharged unit pushing out 170bhp which in a small car like this is what you would call 'ample'. If you've driven one of these Mini's before you will know all too well that they handle as if they're on rails. This car comes with the usual Cooper S refinements, half leather front sports seats that hold you in better than the full leather seats, factory option turbo central dials, A/C, electric windows and mirrors, upgraded stereo headunit with Bluetooth connectivity and USB ports for charging. The Mini is fitted with genuine JCW aero front bumper and side sills - not rear aero bumper out of choice as it's ugly. The car is also fitted with very rare JCW R105 18 inch alloy wheels - could do with a refurb but the wheels alone sell for £600 on Ebay in good condition. Tyres measured at approx. 5mm all round, brakes are good, the clutch has been replaced recently and the car runs perfectly with no known mechanical faults. Bad bits, the front aero bumper has sustained some damage before I purchased the car. It has two small cracks and flaking paint. I've recently purchased a used Aero bumper skin which needs fitting and spraying to match the car. I'm planning on having this work done in the next week or two. If you'd prefer to do that work yourself I can supply the bumper and will drop the price by £200 to allow for labour and painting. There is a small chip in the windscreen and the remote locking doesn't work which is very common for these cars and it's never bothered me opening the car using the key. Has some age related marks/scratches to the bodywork as you would expect for a 14year old car but when you're behind the wheel it provides a very high smiles per mile ratio :)
I can arrange contactless delivery of the car at a cost of £1.50 per mile (within 200 miles) from Tunbridge Wells. The MOT will be extended due to the Covid pandemic but originally was due in October 2020 and the car comes with partial service history. Please feel free to ask any questions, Ben.