We offer all the latest models in the Mini range, including the Mini Clubman, the Mini Cooper and the Mini Countryman.
Drive a Mini Cooper or Mini Cooper S
The Mini Cooper is a trendy subcompact model with a high-class, comfortable cabin. It is powered by a 1.6-Litre engine and a 6-speed manual transmission. The Mini Cooper comes in a 3-door option, ideal for two people, or a 5-door option, ideal for a family.
If you want to add some extra pizazz, rent the sporty Mini Cooper S. It has jazzed up sporty bumpers, twin rear pipes and 17-inch alloys. These cool and trendy British cars show their roots with a Union Jack design on the rear lights.
The driver has the choice of Sport, Normal or Eco Drive Modes. Driver Assist Features include Active Cruise Control. Seats are positioned high up, offering great views of the passing scenery. Rent yours in Edinburgh and start exploring.
Outdoor adventure in a Mini Countryman
The Mini Countryman is the larger of the Mini range. Under the hood is a TwinPower Turbo, 1.5-litre, 3-cylinder direct-injection engine. It offers a speedy, responsive and fun drive, with seating for 5 adults. Drive an SUV that doesn’t feel like a tank! This subcompact SUV will take on any road challenge with ease.
Whether you are a Gen X, recapturing those memories of by-gone days, or a Millennial looking for a super-cool car, the Mini Countryman is the car for you.
The driver has a choice of Drive Modes. Sport Mode gives a rush of adrenaline as it boosts steering and throttle response for a more dynamic experience. Green Mode achieves maximum fuel efficiency and Mid Mode offers a relaxed drive, allowing you to view the passing scenery.
The Mini Cooper Clubman is ideal for a family
Do you want to recapture those carefree days of your first Mini with your family? We recommend the fab Mini Clubman, an estate-style 4-door model with seating for five. The Mini Clubman is powered by a 1.6-Litre engine and a 6-speed automated transmission. It handles well on city and country roads, with a unique ALL4 all-wheel drive system. The cabin is spacious and ultra-comfortable with sporty upholstered leather seating and ambient lighting. The Clubman also offers ample boot space to hold luggage for a family adventure.
We will deliver your Mini in Edinburgh
Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland is a charming old-world city with a medieval Old Town and elegant Georgian New Town. If offers vulture, history, fabulous festivals and world class shopping.
Take delivery of your Mini Clubman and start exploring. Visit the famous Edinburgh Castle that looms over the city skyline on Castle Rock. The Castle holds Scotland’s crown jewels and the Stone of Destiny which is used in the coronation of Scottish rulers.
Drive to Arthur’s Seat in Holyrood Park. This extinct volcano offers panoramic views over the city and countryside. Visit the amazing 150 year old Camera Obscura on Castle Hill. It focuses light from the top of the tower onto a large dish in a dark room below, offering a 360 degree view of the city.
Drive to the Grassmarket area, a colourful section of the Old Town, once the site of Edinburgh's horse and cattle market. Enjoy lunch at a trendy café where you try a haggis with whisky sauce, if you are brave enough. If not, order freshly fried fish and chips.
Edinburgh to Glasgow
Plan a fun day trip in your Mini Cooper to Glasgow. It is a scenic countryside one hour drive west.
Start your adventure in Castle Street where you will find the magnificent Medieval Gothic Glasgow Cathedral. Then visit the City Chambers, built in 1888 in Italian Renaissance style. Art lovers must visit the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Argyle Street. This grand museum offers displays ranging from a Spitfire in the main hall to ornate ancient Egyptian artefacts.
Drive to the River Clyde and cross some of the ancient bridges. They offer fabulous city views. Take a walk on the Tradeston Pedestrian Bridge, nicknamed the Squiggly Bridge because of its S-shape. Then drive across the stunning Kingston Bridge.
For brunch, stop at Singl-End, where you can choose a classic bowl of granola, or go wild with a brunch burger stacked up with streaky bacon, halloumi, caramelised onions and a fried egg. Children will love the French toast with maple syrup.
Spend the afternoon in the Glasgow Green, founded in 1450. It is a popular spot for concerts and open air events. See the People’s Palace, the Winter Gardens and the Doulton Fountain which is the largest terracotta fountain in the world.