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Metallic - Enigmatic black
Metallic - Melting silver lll
This is not your regular bland silver, but even with the addition of a contrasting roof and mirror caps, this funky little Mini is just crying out for something a bit more inspiring. Surprisingly, it’s a no-cost option on the base Classic trim, but costs extra on other models. Either way, make sure you take a look at the other colour options on offer before committing.
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Metallic - Nanuq White
Metallic - Sage green
Sage green is a fresh and bright shade which looks superb on the Clubman. It comes standard with bonnet stripes and highlights the curves and lines of this little estate car to great effect. It’s a no-cost option, but that’s because you can only have it on the range-topping Untold Edition trim.
Solid - Rebel green
This is a rather rare colour option as it’s available only on the sporty JCW model. It may not have a metallic finish, but it still gives the JCW a very sophisticated look, and it’s free. Option on a white roof and door mirrors, and it gets even better. Greens aren’t always popular on the used car market, but the MINI is no ordinary car, so in this case it shouldn’t be an issue.
Special Metallic - Enigmatic black
This is a stunning shade, essentially an extremely dark blue with a lovely metallic finish. It is the priciest colour on offer, unless you go for the Exclusive trim where it is free. It looks great on any Clubman variant, and really turns heads with a contrasting roof and mirror caps.
Special Metallic - Midnight black ll
As inky black as the dead of night, this shade is perfect for those looking for a stealthy look. Add a set of black alloys for the full effect, or white bonnet stripes for a sporty feel. Black is easy to keep clean but can quickly look patchy if not washed and dried properly.
Special solid - Chili red
An eye-searingly bright red that could only work on a small sporty car like the MINI. It looks best with some bonnet stripes, white door mirrors and a set of dark black alloy wheels. It benefits from regular cleaning, and some buyers just aren’t that keen on red colours. Chili red may change their minds, though.
Special Metallic - British racing green IV
There’s something special about a Mini painted in British racing green. Seeing one in this bright and cheerful colour just looks right. You can spec it on most trims, and it works well with and without contrasting stripes and door mirrors.
Special Metallic - Indian summer red
If Chili red is a bit too much for you, then the subtler Indian summer hue may be a better choice. It has a slight orangey tint to it which looks better in the metal than in pictures. It also has metallic specks in the paintwork, although it needs regular washing to look its best.
Special Metallic - Island blue
This is the sort of fresh and bright colour that really brings out the fun-loving nature of the MINI. Larger wheels and some bonnet stripes really make it stand out in a crowd. Blue is a popular colour with used car buyers, and dirt is harder to spot here than on lighter hues.
Special Metallic - Nanuq White
This crisp and clean white hue works well with the MINI’s contrasting black exterior trim. It benefits from some larger wheels, and a black roof, but it seems like a hard sell seeing as it costs as much as some far more exciting metallics.
Special Metallic - Rooftop grey
A standard bland grey colour on a Mini just wouldn’t look right. Happily, Rooftop grey is certainly not bland. It has a bronzy/brown sheen to it and a metallic finish that gives it an elegant look. Greys in general are one of the most popular car colours, and this darker hue will mask dirt and dust well.