2014 Mini Pricing Remains Largely Unchanged

Virtually no change in price for most models, save for the Countryman and Paceman.

What’s new in the 2014 Mini lineup? To be frank, not a whole lot. While some models get additional standard equipment and a few new option packages are now available, most 2014 Minis are largely unchanged from 2013 – which helps to explain why most 2014 Minis are priced identically to their 2013 model year predecessors.

As such, that means a 2014 Mini Coupe will start at $22,245, a 2014 Mini Roadster at $26,345 , a 2014 Mini Clubman at $22,195 , and a 2014 Mini Convertible at $25,945. The new 2014 Mini Clubvan, a cargo-hauling version of the Mini Clubman, starts at $26,090, roughly $3895 more than a passenger-spec Cooper Clubman.

The only 2014 models to see a price increase are the 2014 Mini Countryman and Paceman. At $22,100 and $23,300, respectively, Mini’s crossover models are $100 more expensive compared to their 2012 forebears, but now boast heated rearview mirrors and heated windshield washer jets as standard equipment. Adding those features to a 2012 model previously tacked on $500 to the price tag.

All 2014 Minis now offer a new City Pack option package for $1250, which bundles an alarm system, power-folding rearview mirrors, heated mirrors and washer jets, auto-dimming rearview mirrors, rear park sensors, and keyless ignition and entry. Mini also streamlined its premium packages into a single option group, which includes a panoramic sunroof, automatic wipers, automatic headlamps, and automatic climate control, for $1250.

Curious why there’s no 2014 Mini hardtop noted here? That’s because an all-new third-generation Mini is waiting in the wings, and should debut – likely at the Frankfurt motor show in September – as a 2014 model later this year. Until that model launches in the States, Mini will continue selling 2013 model year hatches. Pricing remains unchanged from the previous 2013 price points, being $20,495 for a Cooper, $24,095 for a Cooper S, $30,895 for a John Cooper Works Model, and — if you can still find one — $40,045 for a John Cooper Works GP.

All pricing includes $795 in destination fees.

Source: Mini

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2014 MINI Cooper

2014 MINI Cooper

MSRP $25,150 Base Convertible


28 City / 35 Hwy

Horse Power:

121 @ 6000


114 @ 4250