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Since the dawn of the 1960s, Mini has provided motorists with a subcompact machine that delivers both fuel-efficiency and good looks. Born in England, Mini was initially produced by the British Motor Corporation and distributed through the company's Austin and Morris marque. In 1961, the name Mini began being used. The first model was met with a wave of acceptance right away, as fuel-starved English motorists were in need of a lightweight vehicle that conserved on gas. Thanks to racing engineer John Cooper, the Mini got a revved-up makeover that saw its horsepower get ratcheted up from 34 to 76 on the Cooper S model. Numerous victorious racing exploits followed, including taking home the checkered flag at the Monte Carlo Rally from 1964 to 1967.

The Mini remained one of the most talked-about models of the '60s. Even a pickup version of the diminutive passenger car became available, as did the Mini Moke, a Jeep-inspired compact utility vehicle originally designed for military purposes. In 1969, the Clubman arrived, featuring a boxier front-end and various other restyling cues. Over two million Minis were produced by the end of the decade, demonstrating the brand's immense popularity, especially in Europe, as the vehicle was no longer sold in the US as of 1968. However, Mini still thrived in Europe during the '70s and '80s, eclipsing the five million mark in the process. A cameo in the film "The Italian Job" in 1969 further cemented its pop-culture status.

BMW purchased Mini in 1994 by taking over the Rover Group, whom at that time owned BMC. With Rover consistently losing money, BMW sold off most the assets, including Land Rover, which went to Ford. But BMW held onto Mini and by 2002, the vehicle was back stateside in the form of the Mini Cooper hatchback. Appropriately, the Mini Cooper was featured in the remake of "The Italian Job", which helped reintroduce the car to American audiences. Currently, the Mini lineup includes the Cooper, Cooper S, and Clubman, with both Cooper models also available as a convertible.

Mini has proven that good things really do come in small packages. Offering a vivid mix of retro-style, economic efficiency, and a touch of sportiness, Mini knows few boundaries and is only growing more distinctive. Perfectly placed Mini Accessories and Parts only elevate this authentic effect. To keep your version going full-tilt, top-quality Mini accessories and parts have to be a part of the equation. We have what it takes, including wood grain, spoilers, custom grilles, glimmering chrome trim, and any other car parts you need to put a special touch.

Mini provides piece of mind, a unique look, and everyday efficiency its drivers depend on. That means you need the Mini accessories and parts that do the job right. All of our accessories guarantee an OEM-level fit and finish as well as a value that makes sense. You simply shouldn't settle for less. With CARiD, your automotive goals are met with care and expert professionalism.

Dress your vehicle up. Keep it running at its peak or unleash its hidden power. Make it look like it just rolled off the show room floor. Take care of it and maintain it. You name it, we've got it. We have gathered everything you need to make your Mini perfect both inside and out. CARiD's job is to meet your every expectation and provide you with quality and durable accessories and parts designed with excellence in mind. Whether you're after luxurious style, brisk performance, or anything in between, our wide assortment covers all the bases.

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Chevy Impala 2 tone Euro Perforated
This was exactly what I was looking for. I had received a regular steering wheel cover for Christmas, but it was too thick and looked like a "temporary cover". The Wheelskins looks like it was factory equipment. I feel like I am driving a new car. I love the feel and comfort of the Wheelskins cover. It was a bit challenging to put on, but totally worth the time it took to put on. I love it and have been showing it off. Again, it makes me feel like I am driving a new car, even though it is a 2011 Chevy Impala. I take pride in my vehicle and keep it looking clean. This is a great investment! Rick Martinez, Stockton, CA.
Posted by Rick Martinez (Stockton, CA) / August 2, 20182011 Chevy Impala
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