Mini Cooper Certified Service & Repair in Spokane
We serve Spokane, Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake, West Plains and the entire Inland Empire.
Our mission at C & H Foreign Auto Repair in Spokane is to provide you the expert level service your car needs, with care and honesty about the necessary repairs. That’s why our motto is “We Care!”
No matter what service you bring your Mini Cooper in for, our certified technicians inspect and repair your vehicle so it maintains peak performance and style. Preventative maintenance and regular checks now can save you a lot of money and headaches down the road. These ensure your Mini Cooper and gives you the same feeling as the day you bought it.
Mini Cooper Repair, Maintenance & Services
Some of the scheduled maintenance & services that your Mini Cooper may need include:
- Oil Changes
- Tune Ups
- Radiator – Coolant/Antifreeze Change/Flush
- Air Filter Replacement
- A/C – Air Conditioning
- Wheel/Tire Alignment
- Timing Belt Replacement
- Brake Inspection/Check (Brakes replaced if needed)
- Exhaust & Muffler Repair & Service
Our knowledgeable and friendly Certified Mini Cooper Mechanics have been working with Mini Cooper for years, and are very familiar with all aspects of this unique vehicle. With their expertise and experience, they can diagnose and perform any service that your Mini Cooper may need.
Our Mini Cooper repair shop is conveniently located in Spokane, Washington. With our special expertise in Mini Cooper vehicles, we regularly see customers from Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake, West Plains and throughout the Inland Northwest.
About Mini Cooper
The original is considered an icon of 1960s British popular culture. Its space-saving transverse engine and front-wheel drive layout – allowing 80% of the area of the car’s floorpan to be used for passengers and luggage – influenced a generation of car makers. In 1999, the Mini was voted the second-most influential car of the 20th century, behind the Ford Model T, and ahead of the Citroën DS and Volkswagen Beetle. The front-wheel-drive, transverse-engine layout of the Mini was copied for other “supermini” designs including the Honda N360 (1967), Nissan Cherry (1970), and Fiat 127 (1971). The layout was also adapted for larger subcompact designs.