Why sell your Mini to Barnfield

Get paid instantly & securely

Before collecting your car the money is always in your account or with the finance company. We pay securely via HSBC electronic payments.

100% Accurate pricing

Your vehicle is accurately considered by a real person, not a computer, taking into account specification, condition, service history, and provenance.

Over three decades of expertise

Expertise dating back to 1989, covering all prestige, sports, and 4×4 brands from Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes Benz, Porsche, Range Rover, Volkswagen & Volvo.

A better price for your car

Unlike many online portals like webuyanycar who send your car to an auction or a broker that takes a commission. At Barnfield, you receive every penny.

We don't charge any fees

All our transactions are fee-free, with no admin fee, no bank transfer fee, no express payment fee, and no collection fee.

Forget the hassle of selling privately

No need to spend hours cleaning your car, taking photos, filling out online forms, setting up online listings, and shelling out on advertising costs, waiting for no-shows, or risking a highjacking on a test drive!

About Mini

The Mini, you may never have driven one, you may not even want to, but no-one can fail to recognise this iconic British brand, a compact two-door city car that was in production from 1959, becoming a marque in its own right in 1969, and in production continuously until 2000. 

The original mini was made by BMC, the British Motor Corporation, and designed by Sir Alexander Arnold Constantine Issigonis, a Greek automotive engineer.  In 1966, BMC became part of British Motor Holdings and this, in turn, merged with Leyland Motors to become British Leyland in 1968.  There was a mania for the Mini car in the 1960s just as much as there was a mania for the mini skirt, and the Mini achieved cult, popular status. The Mini went on to achieve the accolade of the best-selling car in British history.

In the 1980s, British Leyland was broken up and in 1988, British Aerospace bought the Rover Group including Mini.  In its heyday, there were several Mini models including the Mini-Minor, the Mini Countryman, the Clubman, the Cooper named after the racing legend, John Cooper, and the Mini Moke.

So, what was unique about the Mini?  The engine was transverse which is designed to be space-saving allowing 80% of the car’s plan to be used for luggage and passengers and this design was to prove hugely influential to an entire generation of car manufacturers.  In 1999, the Mini was voted the second most influential car of the 20th century just missing out on a first place to Ford.

Mini has been owned by the German company BMW since 2000.  BMW actually acquired the marque in 1994 when it bought the Rover Group which was subsequently broken up in 2000 with BMW retaining the Mini brand.  In 2001, a fresh new Mini model was launched by BMW, a concept which had been under development since 1995.  The current models and names are inspired by the original designs.

Client reviews

Paul - Bristol
Land Rover

"Thank you Eldon, for a straight forward smooth transaction on the sale of my Defender. Highly recommended"

Independent rating ★★★★★
Paul - Darlington
Range Rover
"I don't think the sale of my Land rover could have been made any easier. Most cash in account before collection. Full balance after a quick inspection and before the car was taken away. Perfect"
Independent rating ★★★★★
Timothy - Mansfield
Audi A3 Cabriolet

“From the first telephone contact to delivery of the vehicle, every detail of my sale/ purchase was conducted in an extremely professional manner. The car I bought was set at a very competitive price and was presented in immaculate fashion being stored indoors with other gleaming vehicles. I was sad to see my old car go but I got what I considered to be a very fair price for it There was a minor glitch when we came to taxing the vehicle (which was nothing to do with Barnfield Cars) but the proprietor went out of his way (literally) to ensure not only that the vehicle was delivered to me but also that the tax problem was resolved without any inconvenience to me. Instead of the dread that often arises when buying/selling a car, it was a refreshingly pleasant experience to deal with Barnfield Cars” 

Independent rating ★★★★★
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Mini -
☆☆☆☆☆

The Mini, you may never have driven one, you may not even want to, but no-one can fail to recognise this iconic British brand, a compact two-door city car that was in production from 1959, becoming a marque in its own right in 1969, and in production continuously until 2000. 

The original mini was made by BMC, the British Motor Corporation, and designed by Sir Alexander Arnold Constantine Issigonis, a Greek automotive engineer.  In 1966, BMC became part of British Motor Holdings and this, in turn, merged with Leyland Motors to become British Leyland in 1968.  There was a mania for the Mini car in the 1960s just as much as there was a mania for the mini skirt, and the Mini achieved cult, popular status. The Mini went on to achieve the accolade of the best-selling car in British history.

In the 1980s, British Leyland was broken up and in 1988, British Aerospace bought the Rover Group including Mini.  In its heyday, there were several Mini models including the Mini-Minor, the Mini Countryman, the Clubman, the Cooper named after the racing legend, John Cooper, and the Mini Moke.

So, what was unique about the Mini?  The engine was transverse which is designed to be space-saving allowing 80% of the car’s plan to be used for luggage and passengers and this design was to prove hugely influential to an entire generation of car manufacturers.  In 1999, the Mini was voted the second most influential car of the 20th century just missing out on a first place to Ford.

Mini has been owned by the German company BMW since 2000.  BMW actually acquired the marque in 1994 when it bought the Rover Group which was subsequently broken up in 2000 with BMW retaining the Mini brand.  In 2001, a fresh new Mini model was launched by BMW, a concept which had been under development since 1995.  The current models and names are inspired by the original designs.

Client reviews

Andrew - Troon
Mercedes Benz AMG

"Hope your drive back from Troon was better than the drive up, and that Truro goes well today.  I’m e-mailing to thank you for your consideration & sensitivity yesterday in difficult circumstances – you were very professional and a gentleman"

Independent rating ★★★★★
Paul - Hampshire
Range Rover

“Having always part exchanged our cars in the past we were very dubious when Barnfield Cars offered us a cash deal for our RR but our fears were soon allayed after speaking with the partners – The entire process from start to finish was seamless and carried out in a very professional and efficient way.
They flew down from Manchester to Southampton to collect the car and the money was in our bank account by the time he landed which I couldn’t believe. It’s very rare these days to come across organisations that conduct business in such an honest and trustworthy manner and I never thought I’d be saying that about a car dealership but they have restored my faith. I couldn’t recommend it highly enough
"

Independent rating ★★★★★
Diane - Dorset
Range Rover

“Selling my Range Rover Evoque was made easy. Eldon is a real gentleman, driving down to Dorset, agreeing a good price putting a deposit straight into my bank account and then the remainder of the money paid as promised a day before the car was collected. These guys really do know how to give great customer satisfaction – excellent communication and honoured their word. When I need my next car I shall be in contact and will send all my friends. It will be well worth the journey! Pleasure to do business with you. Thank you”

Independent rating ★★★★★
...
Mini -
☆☆☆☆☆

The Mini, you may never have driven one, you may not even want to, but no-one can fail to recognise this iconic British brand, a compact two-door city car that was in production from 1959, becoming a marque in its own right in 1969, and in production continuously until 2000. 

The original mini was made by BMC, the British Motor Corporation, and designed by Sir Alexander Arnold Constantine Issigonis, a Greek automotive engineer.  In 1966, BMC became part of British Motor Holdings and this, in turn, merged with Leyland Motors to become British Leyland in 1968.  There was a mania for the Mini car in the 1960s just as much as there was a mania for the mini skirt, and the Mini achieved cult, popular status. The Mini went on to achieve the accolade of the best-selling car in British history.

In the 1980s, British Leyland was broken up and in 1988, British Aerospace bought the Rover Group including Mini.  In its heyday, there were several Mini models including the Mini-Minor, the Mini Countryman, the Clubman, the Cooper named after the racing legend, John Cooper, and the Mini Moke.

So, what was unique about the Mini?  The engine was transverse which is designed to be space-saving allowing 80% of the car’s plan to be used for luggage and passengers and this design was to prove hugely influential to an entire generation of car manufacturers.  In 1999, the Mini was voted the second most influential car of the 20th century just missing out on a first place to Ford.

Mini has been owned by the German company BMW since 2000.  BMW actually acquired the marque in 1994 when it bought the Rover Group which was subsequently broken up in 2000 with BMW retaining the Mini brand.  In 2001, a fresh new Mini model was launched by BMW, a concept which had been under development since 1995.  The current models and names are inspired by the original designs.

Get paid instantly & securely

Before collecting your car the money is always in your account or with the finance company. We pay securely via HSBC electronic payments.

Over three decades of expertise

Expertise dating back to 1989, covering all prestige, sports, and 4×4 brands from Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes Benz, Porsche, Range Rover, Volkswagen & Volvo.

We don't charge any fees

All our transactions are fee-free, with no admin fee, no bank transfer fee, no express payment fee, and no collection fee.

100% Accurate pricing

Your vehicle is accurately considered by a real person, not a computer, taking into account specification, condition, service history, and provenance.

A better price for your car

Unlike many online portals like webuyanycar who send your car to an auction or a broker that takes a commission. At Barnfield, you receive every penny.

Forget the hassle of selling privately

No need to spend hours cleaning your car, taking photos, filling out online forms, setting up online listings, and shelling out on advertising costs, waiting for no-shows, or risking a highjacking on a test drive!