Mini Cooper Service Seattle WA

Looking for Mini service? Seattle locals often prefer EuroCar Service over their Mini dealership. Since our opening in 1981, we have been providing top-quality Mini Cooper repair to car owners throughout Seattle. We are proud of the fact that we only specialize in European vehicles, including the one-of-a-kind Mini Cooper. Our expertise, leading tools & equipment, and our dedication to customer service are what drive our Seattle clients to do repeat business with us again and again. If you need Mini Cooper service or Mini Cooper repair, don’t hesitate to contact us.

The Best Mini Cooper Service for Seattle Locals

It can be difficult finding a dealership alternative in Seattle that offers quality auto repair service. That is why our clients are thrilled to find that we are a knowledgeable and experienced auto repair shop that offers Mini service. At our Seattle facility, our technicians are experienced, honest, and take part in annual training sessions that cover the latest Mini Cooper innovations and technologies. We have all the tools, software, and equipment to maintain and repair every Mini Cooper made by BMW.

Here is a recent review, about our Mini Cooper repair and Mini Cooper service, from our loyal customer, P.B.:

“Michael and Wade have taken great care of me and my car on three different occasions. I would recommend this shop to anyone, not only for the professionalism, but their quest to do the right thing in my situation. I am glad I have a shop so close to home that I can rely on.”

If you are looking for the premier European automotive facility in Seattle, look no further than EuroCar Service. Our Mini service team looks forward to serving you! Schedule an appointment online, or call us at 206-527-8828.

Mini Cooper Service Service News


Small but mighty, the first-ever all-electric 2020 MINI walks onto the playground and picks a fight with the biggest kid it can find—a Boeing 777 cargo plane. Obviously marketing itself as more muscle than minuscule, the video released by MINI shows the tiny Sportster making short work of the giant jet, pulling it fairly easily Read more…


Social media is more impactful than ever with Twitter’s “Tweet to Test Drive” MINI has partnered with Twitter to offer on-demand delivery of a new MINI to their home or office just by tweeting. The offer is exclusive to San Francisco and Los Angeles, as well as limited time only. “This collaboration allows us to Read more…

Mini USA

March 22, 2019


What is LSPI? Defined by motor.com, “LSPI is an unexpected consequence of downsizing and boosting engines. Also known as stochastic pre-ignition (SPI), megaknock, superknock or deto-knock. LSPI most commonly occurs at low speeds during a period of rapid acceleration. LSPI is believed to be caused by droplets or particles in the combustion chamber—combinations of fuel Read more…

How To Prevent LSPI

Mini Coopers are a fun car to own! That being said, there are faults with every vehicle on the market. EuroCar Service is here to inform you of the most common repairs needed for Mini Coopers. 1.     Failed Electric Power Steering Pumps This is a common failure with MINI’s. We make sure to inspect the Read more…

Common Repairs Needed for Mini Cooper

September 19, 2018


Mini Cooper is known for making amazing concept cars. If only they were real. We’d buy one of these in a heartbeat. In 1997, the Mini Concept Monte Carlo Raylle was brought to life. This concept was created to remember the victory that was the classic Mini in the 1967 Monte Carlo Rally. The vehicle Read more…

Mini Concept Cars

You may not be familiar with the MINI Cooper Clubman, even if you’re familiar with the classic MINI Cooper. While most people recognize the Cooper for its timeless design and small stature, the Clubman is more difficult to recognize right away. It’s a family car with seating for up to five people. While still small Read more…

what is a mini cooper clubman?

If you’re considering purchasing a MINI Cooper you might be wondering who produces these iconic vehicles. The original two-door vehicle was designed in 1959 by the British Motor Corporation. Sport models of the iconic 60s classic were produced in cooperation with British racing driving John Cooper, and so carried the Cooper name. The final two-door Read more…


John Cooper Motorworks is showcasing a new sport package at 2017 SEMA at the Las Vegas Convention Center. This new kit is more than just an upgrade for existing MINI drivers. Instead, the automaker is promising a real increase in power and style for their sporting needs. The JCW Tuning Kit features a reflash of Read more…