MINI Cooper Repair in Orange
We are the #1 Dealership Alternative for MINI Cooper drivers in the city of Orange, with three convenient Orange County locations.
Does your MINI need maintenance, service, or repairs? Click here to find the Coast Motor Werk closest to you and schedule an appointment!
Thanks to our 7 core values, great staff and happy customers, Coast Motor Werk has grown from one shop to four since 2005!
Our teams in Huntington Beach, Irvine, Costa Mesa, and Rancho Santa Margarita get along great, and even help each other with equipment and expertise. This helps us keep overhead costs low and diagnose your car quickly, saving you time and money.
Coast Motor Werk – MINI Cooper Repair in Orange
Your “Check Engine” light is like Halloween. It can creep up and scare you if you’re not prepared for it.
The master mechanics at Coast Motor Werk are experts at navigating the MINI Cooper maze under the hood. In fact, we’ll help you check some things on your car over the phone before you have to bring it in, just in case the problem can be fixed at home.
We’re good like that. Our team cares about you just like we care about your car, and we want you to be a customer for life. That way if something really is wrong, you’ll know who to trust for reliable repairs.
The turbocharger is a part of your MINI’s engine – specifically, the part that makes the car go zoom. (Yes, that’s a technical term.)
Coast Motor Werk repairs are backed by an industry leading three-year or 36,000-mile limited warranty. We’ll look after your turbocharger, and anything else that needs service.
If you don’t think your MINI’s brakes are important, try going without them for a day and let us know how it goes.
(Actually, don’t. Bad idea. Forget we said that.)
If your brakes feel soft, unresponsive or tripped a warning light on your dashboard, come and see us. We’ll get you in right away. One of the things that makes Coast Motor Werk Orange County’s top Dealership Alternative is that we don’t make you wait.
Is your MINI Cooper leaving mysterious puddles after parking overnight? Does the car struggle to accelerate when you hit the gas pedal, or fail to shift gears when you want it to?
That’s a transmission issue. And guess what? We can help with that too.
We advise all MINI owners to change out their transmission fluid every 75,000 miles.
We’ll take care of that for you (if necessary), and make any other repairs your MINI needs – but only after checking with you first. We won’t add any extra services or shenanigans to your repair job without your say-so.