The New MINI Convertible Return With Style

In celebration of its 60th birthday, MINI, the most sophisticated compact premium automotive brand in Malaysia introduces the New MINI Convertible. The epitome of stylish open-top driving excitement returns with refined visual appearance.

“The first MINI Convertible with an all-electric soft top debuted at the 2004 Geneva Motor Show with the brand’s hallmark proportions, characteristic agility and clever functionality.

To this day, the MINI Convertible is coveted for its stylish open-top driving excitement, non-stop thrill behind the wheel and complete with its unique go-kart drive feeling. In 2019, the New MINI Convertible returns to Malaysia in special numbers to celebrate the 60th Birthday of MINI,” says Harald Hoelzl, Managing Director of BMW Group Malaysia.

“In the lead up to the 60th Year Celebrations of MINI, MINI Malaysia has been dropping hints, sweets and treats such as the 60 Months MINI Service + Repair Inclusive Program as well as other surprises which will be unveiled in the months to come,” Hoelzl adds.

The hallmark driving fun in the New MINI Convertible is attributed to elements such as the new engine-transmission combination, an extended range of standard features, newly designed headlights and taillights, additional body finishes as well as cutting-edge connectivity technology for convenience and infotainment. The New MINI Convertible will only be available in 20 units.

In celebration of MINI’s 60th anniversary, owners who purchase the New MINI Convertible from now to 31st August 2019 can enjoy the 60 Months MINI Service + Repair Inclusive programme. The celebratory offer provides owners with 60 months or 80,000km (whichever comes first) of Free Scheduled Service and 60 months of Warranty with Unlimited Mileage. For purchases after 31st August 2019, the New MINI Convertible will be available with the MINI 4 Years Unlimited Mileage Warranty with Free Scheduled Service.

The retail price of the New MINI Convertible (on the road for personal registration, without insurance) is RM 279,888.00


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest News

Setel introduces Deliver2Me, nation’s first in-car shopping service

Setel, an e-payment solution that enables fuel purchases directly from mobile devices, is delivering on its promise to disrupt the retail-on-the-go scene...

Jeffrey Cheah Foundation to launch endowment fund

Malaysia’s largest education-focused social enterprise Jeffrey Cheah Foundation, has announced its plan to launch an endowment fund. The endowment fund targets to...

Ferrari Malaysia introduces the SF90 Stradale

Naza Italia, official importer and distributor of the Ferrari brand in Malaysia, has launched the highly anticipated SF90 Stradale, in conjunction with...

MARii signs MoU with Persona to develop human capital development programme

The Malaysia Automotive, Robotics and IoT Institute (MARii) and Persona Energy Sdn. Bhd. (Persona) has inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to...

Service sectors record 1,316 approved projects with investments of RM28.6 billion.

From January to June 2020, the nation's services sectors recorded 1,316 approved projects with investments of RM28.6 billion. These...

Must read

Empowering Malaysians to become informed investors one app at a time

With a goal to build 500 applications that focuses on enabling action, Reactive Labs, co-founded by George and Riza, aims to go...

Bigo Live: A growing sensation in an industry with a big appetite

The live-streaming industry has seen a massive growth in years. From the likes of Vimeo to Facebook Live, the industry has grown...

Embed a proper digital literacy lesson in the school curriculum

By Afifah Suhaimi Amidst the drastic growth of internet users this year – with almost one million additions compared...

How to hire talent in a post Covid-19 world

According to the Global Startup Ecosystem Report from Start-up Genome, 72 percent of startups saw an average of 32 percent fall in...