Mini Owners Where Will You Get Your Car Serviced Now?
So you own a Mini, and you absolutely love it. Trust me, if anyone can understand that love, it is me. I am on my third Mini (a Cooper, a Paceman, and now a Countryman) and it is more a part of my life than I really think is safe to discuss with people.
In October of 2015, when Mini of Dutchess County opened, so conveniently on Route 9 in Wappingers Falls, I was thrilled. No longer did I need to drive to Albany or to Ramsey to get my car serviced. I then went on to purchase two pre-owned Mini's with Mini of Dutchess County. I have loved all of the vehicles and have always (but one oil change) had all of the cars serviced at a Mini Dealership.
Full disclosure, the cars come with three-years maintenance included, so I really didn't even need to think about it. So, I am left with the following question? Where will I be taking the car to get it serviced?
Here are the Mini dealers in the area that are easy to get to:
- Ray Catena Mini of Westchester, White Plains, NY
- Keeler Mini of Albany, NY
- Prestige Mini of Ramsey, NJ
- Mini of Fairfield County, Darien CT
Of the above dealerships, I have had service done once at Keeler when I was in Albany for the day. I have no complaints. They were professional and the car was clean and ready to go, in a short amount of time.
Prestige Mini of Ramsey, NJ, I have been there many times. I purchased my first Mini with these guys when they were located in Mahwah and had service at both of their locations many, many times. For me, I know that I will be making the trip to Ramsey. Most of the service advisors there, were working at one time in Wappingers, so they are all (to me) familiar faces.
If you know of a great place to get your Mini serviced, let me know. Thanks!! Motor On!
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