The time for summer fun has arrived, and there’s no shortage of cool things to do in LA! If you’re looking for gorgeous summer views and chill vibes, you’re in the right place. Take a look at this round-up of some of the hottest things to do around LA this summer.
Mini Coopers are notoriously fun to drive, but when your transmission starts giving you trouble, it’s no fun at all! Overall, MINIs are well-made and reliable vehicles – but they’re not without fault.
At The HAUS, we often consistently see the same types of transmission issues in Mini Coopers. If you own your vehicle long enough, there’s a chance you might encounter one or more of these common Mini Cooper transmission problems.
Life in L.A. is finally getting back to normal, and we can’t wait to get out of the house and start enjoying some of the area’s best beaches, bars, and restaurants with maskless abandon! If it’s been a while since you’ve been out, you’ll want to make a great choice next time you make dinner plans.
Whether you’re looking for a fancy, sit-down affair or a casual beer by the beach, you can’t go wrong with a visit to one of these local hot spots.
Mini Coopers are high-performance vehicles that are a ton of fun to drive. While they may look small and unimposing, they also offer incredible handling and power.
To protect your investment and ensure your MINI gives you top-of-the-line performance, it’s important to keep it properly maintained. This is particularly true when it comes to Mini Cooper engine maintenance. The following eight tips will help you protect your engine and keep it running at its best for years to come.
Owning a Mini Cooper on its own is pretty great, but if you really want to make heads turn, you might consider adding some performance upgrades. Whether you want to increase horsepower or improve your street performance, there’s an upgrade that will give you exactly what you’re looking for.
Wondering which Mini Cooper performance upgrades are best for you? Here’s a look at some of the most popular.
If you’re like most people, the sight of a “check engine” light in your Mini Cooper can make your stomach turn. After all, it could be an indication of a major problem. But don’t panic yet! This warning could also be caused by a simple issue that’s easy to fix.
The engine light on a Mini Cooper is part of your vehicle’s on board diagnostics system. It checks hundreds of components in your vehicle every few seconds, which means there are a wide variety of issues that can trigger it. Here’s a look at some of the most common.
At The Haus, we often talk to customers who have questions about their Mini Cooper brakes. Whether you’re not quite sure about your brake maintenance schedule or you’re curious about some of the most common brake problems you might encounter – you’re in the right place!
Take a look at this quick run-down of the ten most frequently asked questions about a Mini Cooper’s brake system.
It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for — football season is back! LA locals are all looking forward to watching the Chargers and Rams make their mark out on the field this year. If you’re lucky enough to make it to a game in person, you’ll definitely want to plan an epic tailgate party. After all, the new SoFi stadium is the perfect tailgate destination for hardcore fans and families alike.
Want to make sure your stadium experience is unforgettable? Start with these six must-haves for an unforgettable tailgate party!
While the state of California and much of the country is now open without restriction, the COVID-19 virus has not disappeared. In fact, the recent uptick in COVID-19 cases and concerns about the new Delta variant have been all over the news.
In response, we’ve re-visited our COVID-19 precautions to ensure we’re continuing to do everything we can to keep both our team members and the community as a whole as safe as possible. We want you to know that we’ve taken extensive measures to provide a clean and safe environment and to help prevent the further spread of COVID-19 in our beloved community.
Your “Check Engine” light is a good indicator that your MINI Cooper needs some attention – but what does it actually mean? Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to tell. A “Check Engine” or “Transmission Warning” light can be an indicator of a major problem, but it’s not always a reason to worry. It could be something as simple as a loose gas cap or a spark plug that needs to be replaced.
It’s often difficult to diagnose the reason why your light has come on, so it’s always a good idea to have a professional mechanic take a look. Here are some of the most common issues that trigger a MINI Cooper’s warning lights to come on.