The package will also be transferable to a new owner when the car is sold on, with MINI servicing stamps logging the car's maintenance history. The deal comes on top of the three-year/60,000-mile warranty and three-year roadside assistance programme that includes bespoke MINI service engineers, replacement car loan and full European cover and accident manager.
Trevor Houghton-Berry, general manager for MINI in the UK, said: 'As we approach the July launch, it becomes ever clearer that the new MINI will re-write the rule book for the small car. The MINI's price, safety features, insurance ratings and aftersales packages guarantee that owning a MINI will be enjoyable and affordable.'
The package is expected to improve MINI running cost over three years/60,000 miles by about £150. The MINI One has been awarded and insurance rating of 5E, with 8E for the MINI Cooper. The car goes on sale in the UK on July 7, two months before other markets.