Gen 2 Gen 3 Mini FUEL CAP - MINI Fuel Cap Replacement



Introducing the Gen 2 & 3 Replacement Fuel Cap –  a top-quality replacement cap designed specifically for Generation 2 and 3 models.

For those customers who would like to fully replace the original chrome fuel cap on their MINI, this product is a full fuel cap replacement.

 Suitable for MINI Models:

Generation 2 MINI    R55, R56

 Generation 3 MINI   F55, F56, F57


  • Durable and lightweight
  • Available in Gloss Black or Matt Black
  • UV & Weather Protected ABS plastic
  • Simple and quick to install - No drilling, screwing or additional tools required
  • No 3m needed as this cap is a replacement
  • Please note this product is not a Genuine MINI part

Upgrade your Mini with the Gen 2 & 3 Replacement Fuel Cap from MW UK – where quality meets performance. 

General information which may be helpful

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