Published on August 27th, 2023 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
Buy This MINI Bed If You Cant Afford An Electric MINI
You Can Own An Electric MINI From Just RM1,699 Monthly
In case you didn’t know this, MINI Malaysia is offering an electrifying experience with a financing option from as low as 0.98 percent of interest rates for an Electric MINI.
MINI, the most sophisticated compact premium automotive brand in Malaysia that fuses British Flair with German Engineering, presents electrifying offers for Malaysians. With an irresistible blend of exceptional savings and financing options, MINI fans are in for an electrifying treat.
Until the end of September, customers of new MINIs can enjoy the limited-time offer with a 0.98 percent interest rate through the Straight-Line Financing to experience cutting-edge electromobility at an affordable rate.
the selling price of this latest Electric MINI is just RM178,241 which is actually about RM35,000 lower than its offcial launch price a year before (thanks to the duty free pricing from the Malaysian government for full electric cars until end of 2024).
With the introduction of the MINI Electric savings programme, we are electrifying that legacy. This curated collection of complimentary benefits encapsulates the essence of the iconic MINI heritage.
Efforts by energy and infrastructure providers are improving the accessibility of charging facilities, and enhancing the convenience of electric vehicles in the country. In the same vein, BMW Group Malaysia has also made over 1,000 charging facilities available in its network thus far.
This Mini Cooper SE EV can get a quick 30-minute charge using a DC quick charger where the drive will get about 80 percent of battery capacity, and when fully charged, the MINI Cooper SE will return a range of 234km to a possible best 270km (depending on which standards are used to measure range). Charging with a MINI Wallbox Plus from 0 power to 80 percent takes about 2.5 hours.
This means, as a city commuter, this battery powered Mini should be an easy ownership experience and its ‘rich’ owner can use his petrol powered car for inter-state journeys until the charging infrastructure gets better along our highways and smaller towns.
Meanwhile, the petrol driven Mini Cooper S which was launched much earlier in July 2018 for RM226,888 started seeing a slight drop in sales as demand in coming months moved towards the SE. Now it will start reducing even more with the drop in price for the full electric Mini, the SE.
Cabin features are almost identical and driving performance seem to lean better towards the new battery powered Mini SE.