MINI Oliva Motor

Your official dealer MINI

Group specializing in brands BMW, MINI and Motorrad with presence in Tarragona and Girona. More than 130 professionals dedicated to offering the best customer service and a memorable premium vehicle buying experience.

Visit our facilities and find out all the news of the most British compact on the market. Let yourself be advised by one of our Mini Managers, product experts, and test our demo vehicles. we have your MINI new or occasion ready to deliver.

Discover also the whole range MINI electrified and let yourself be surprised by a new driving experience. 100% Electric or Plug-in Hybrid. You decide, but always 100% MINI.

Facilities and schedules

Christmas special hours

Sales: December 31 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. | 05 January from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Workshop: December 31 closed | 05 January from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.


  • C / Portugal s / n, plot 6 (Pol. Ind. Constantí)
    43120 Constantí
  • 877 550 056
  • Monday - Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 3:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
    Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 3:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
    Saturday: closed





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History of mini
Mini arises from an idea that was conceived in 1956 due to the oil shortage due to the Suez crisis, calling the project ADO15. While German utility vehicles were experiencing a boom in the United Kingdom, sales of large cars suffered severely. In October 1957, they had a tiny prototype car ready, called The Orange Box. The design team successfully met the challenge of fitting all the necessary parts into such a small footprint. It was presented to the public in 1959, and in just 4 months, several thousand units had already been manufactured. The model, which would later be called "Mini", was initially called Austin Seven.
For the first time, in 1961 the name Mini was used for this car, renaming the original name Austin Mini. During the decade, the Mark I model was highly successful with a total of 1,190,000 units produced. The next launch was with the Mark II, a similar model, but with small variations such as the redesign of the grill, the rear window was made larger and some changes were introduced in the aesthetics. In 1963 the Mini Cooper S was introduced, a more powerful version of the original model and with a smaller circulation. In 1969 the Mini was updated again, and it was renamed the Mini Clubman.
In the 1970s the third generation of the Mini, the Mark III, arrived. Although this model continued to enjoy great popularity in the UK, its design was becoming outdated when compared to competitors such as the Ford Fiesta.
In 1994, BMW takes control of Rover and, therefore, of the Mini brand. In March 2000, due to Rover's heavy losses, BMW decides to do without it, staying with Mini. In the spring of 2000, the Mini car range already consisted of four versions, Mini Classic Seven, Mini Classic Cooper, Mini Classic Cooper Sport and Mini Knightsbridge.
Today, due to climate change and emissions legislation, the automotive industry must once again reinvent itself. Quickly, MINI has committed to the change by incorporating, in 2020, its first electric MINI. Based on the drive technology developed for the BMW i3, the electric MINI represents the future without losing its original personality and spirit.

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