MINI has been working diligently to upgrade their vehicle lineup heading into 2013. A new MINI Cooper, MINI GP II John Cooper Works, 2-door MINI Countryman and MINI Clubvan will all make for exciting new additions to the popular brand; unfortunately this next generation of MINI also comes with price increases for each model in the fleet.
The flagship MINI Cooper Hardtop will experience a $200 price increase – from $20,200 to $20,400. MINI Clubman, and MINI Convertible models will receive a $150 price bump, bringing the cost of both vehicles to $22,100 and $25,850, respectively. MINI Roadster models will experience the greatest jump in base price, increasing by $1,200. If you’re interested in making the jump from Cooper to Cooper S, plan on adding between $3,000 and $3,600 to the base sticker price. “S” variant still not powerful enough? Prepare to shell out an additional $7,000 for the John Cooper Works package.
Some standard features have been switched around on the 2013 models as well. Each 2013 MINI vehicle will now come standard with Bluetooth connectivity (a $500 option in earlier models), while SiriusXM radio – formerly standard – has been switched to a $250 optional feature.
MINI did not yet release pricing information for the MINI Countryman, GP II, or MINI Clubvan announcing that they would provide pricing information closer to the vehicle’s release dates.
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