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MINI USA Announces 2014 Pricing

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2014 Model year pricing is in and things are looking good. In fact the only price increase is to the Paceman and Countryman and there MINI is only raising the price $100. With that $100 2014 R60 and R61s will now come standard with heated mirrors and washer jets – options technically worth more than $100.

Why no increase elsewhere? Simply put MINI is gearing up for the F56 and will be holding the line on pricing until it hits this next February/March as a 2014 model. That means that there will be no 2014 R56 models unlike the rest of the MINI range.

Production of 2014 models begins on July 1st 2013. Here’s the full release.

Official Release: The only models that will have a price increase for the MY2014 are Paceman and Countryman; however, for the $100 increase, all variants of those two models will come equipped standard with heated mirrors and washer jets.

There will only be one premium package moving forward, which will include the dual pane panoramic sunroof, rain sensor / automatic headlight control and automatic climate control. The cost for this option package is $1,250.

A new package, called City Pack, will be offered on all models and will include the alarm system, power fold mirrors, heated mirror and wash jets, auto dimming rear-view mirrors (interior and exterior), rear park distance control and comfort access. The cost for this package will be $1,250.

Specific Option Changes by Model

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Countryman and Paceman

The Center Rail in Countryman and Paceman vehicles will be replaced by standard double cup holders in the rear seats. - Countryman’s cup holder will include a 12V charging / power outlet. - cup holder will also include a 12V outlet as well as an iPod holder.

Countryman’s rear doors will have a padded arm rest and a bench seat will be standard (a bench seat is the only rear seat configuration available for Countryman).

Paceman will be equipped with Comfort Suspension as standard, and the Sport Suspension will be a no-charge option.

Beginning in MY 2014, MINI will offer both interior and exterior John Cooper Works Packages for Paceman and Countryman models, so Cooper and Cooper S owners can opt for the sportier design cues and color combinations, even if they don’t choose to upgrade the performance.

Model / Variant

 

MY 2014

 

MY2013

         

MINI Coupe

       

Cooper

 

$21,450

 

$21,450

Cooper S

 

$24,750

 

$24,750

John Cooper Works

 

$31,350

 

$31,350

         

MINI Roadster

       

Cooper

 

$25,550

 

$25,550

Cooper S

 

$28,550

 

$28,550

John Cooper Works

 

$35,700

 

$35,700

         

(MY 2013) MINI Hardtop

       

Cooper

 

$19,700

 

$19,700

Cooper S

 

$23,300

 

$23,300

John Cooper Works

 

$30,100

 

$30,100

         

MINI Clubman

       

Cooper

 

$21,400

 

$21,400

Cooper S

 

$32,300

 

$32,300

John Cooper Works

 

$25,100

 

$25,100

         

MINI Convertible

       

Cooper

 

$25,150

 

$25,150

Cooper S

 

$28,150

 

$28,150

John Cooper Works

 

$35,300

 

$35,300

         

MINI Countryman

       

Cooper

 

$22,100

 

$22,000

Cooper S

 

$25,700

 

$25,600

Cooper S ALL4

 

$27,400

 

$27,300

John Cooper Works  ALL 4

 

$34,950

 

$34,850

         

MINI Paceman

       

Cooper

 

$23,300

 

$23,200

Cooper S

 

$26,900

 

$26,800

Cooper S ALL4

 

$28,600

 

$35,500

John Cooper Works  ALL 4

 

$35,600

 

$28,500

         

MINI Cooper Clubvan

 

$25,295

   
         

(MY2013) MINI John Cooper Works GP

$39,250

 

*Pricing in this document DOES NOT include the Destination and Handling charge of $795. The current charge is effective for all vehicles delivered on or after May 1, 2013 (regardless of model year).

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Written By: Gabe

  • Don

    Looks like they have some numbers flipped for the JCW Clubman and Paceman models…

  • Mark Smith

    There is a slight discrepancy in this information. The F56 will be a 2014 model year vehicle. MINI will continue to produce the 2013 R56 until November build out. Whoever is in the market for an R56 before they cease production can still order theirs no problem. This is the only model that will continue as a 2013.

    • Brandon Rucker

      Are you saying you still can order a 2013 Hardtop?

  • Brad Ackerman

    +1 to the City Pack. -1 to Hot Chocolate no longer being available. (Yes, I know that’s not a recent change.)

  • swiftaw

    Any idea when MINIUSA will update their configurator to the 2014 MY?

    • http://www.nathanielsalzman.com/ Nathaniel Salzman

      It won’t be until after they debut the F56, I’d wager. That is, unless they remove the hardtop and run with the other MY ’14 models. But that seems unlikely.

      • swiftaw

        But surely they’ll have to update it soon to MY 2014 to reflect the changes to the Countryman/Paceman and the new City Package option.

        • http://www.nathanielsalzman.com/ Nathaniel Salzman

          Configurator updates tend to lag after unveils. That’s been the pattern. Might be different this time. Might not. If I knew, you’d be the first to know. ;-)


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