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Exclusive: MINI USA 2015 Pricing Released

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MINI USA has increased standard options on all models for 2015 and as you’d expect also increased prices across the board. However MINI has kept increases relatively modest at 0-2.6% overall. Here’s a full look.

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Package Changes

New Requirements – for F5X vehicles only

  • Vehicles equipped with Comfort Access (322) will be required to take Alarm System (302). Both options are optimal for cold weather climates & city dwellers.
  • Vehicles with either screen (8.8” via 7L5 or 6.5” via 6FP) will be required to take Rear-view Camera (3AG) and Park Distance Control (507) as well.

Premium Package change

  • In order to up the premium factor of the Premium Package, MINI has added Comfort Access for F5X & R6X, as well as Storage Pack to F5X. Pricing remains unchanged.

Other notable pricing changes:

  • Blazing Red (B63 & B83) & Moonwalk Gray (B71) metallic paints will be priced at $500 to be consistent with other metallic paints.
  • Sport Seats will now be a $300 option for Cooper models (previously $250).
  • Destination & Handling will be increased to $850 from Model Year 2015

We’ll have more on the 2015 model years changes in the coming days.

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  • Jason

    Looks like I was right to choose a 2014. That would’ve been quite the price hike with the options I chose.

  • overabarrel

    I very much want the driver assist package and am willing to wait (it’s in the US marketed commercial after all). However, if I commit to waiting and it doesn’t show up in the ’15, I’m not going to be very happy paying $850 (my calculation based on above for my configuration) extra to get the same car I would have ordered without it in a ’14. If BMW already has the technology in the US in other cars, what’s the hold-up? Marketing games? I feel a bit like I’m gambling and the automaker is the house.

    • oldsbear

      “I feel a bit like I’m gambling and the automaker is the house.” Isn’t that always the case?

    • Guest

      Are you talking about the Park Assist? It is available to order on a 2014 F56.

      • overabarrel

        No. The package that has the camera in the mirror that recognizes road signs so when you’re in the middle of nowhere and the local law enforcement is spotted on the horizon, you don’t have that Oh %$$^ moment because you can’t remember the last time you saw a speed limit sign. Or so I’ve heard that can be a problem…. ; ) I know the package has all the pedestrian safety stuff too, but “my friend” wants the speed signs on the HUD.

  • Charlie M

    What I’d really like to know, ASAP, is when do orders for MY2015 F56 get accepted? I’m ordering soon, but if orders for 2015 are very close, I’d likely delay a bit.

    • TurbochargedChili

      Have you driven one?

      • Charlie M

        Yes, test drove manual MC and MCS 5/24.

        • TurbochargedChili

          are you a current MINI owner? Didn’t you think the MCS felt less focused than the previous model?

        • Pete Mitchell

          I love my 2014 F56JCW!

        • Charlie M

          Maybe JCW Interior Package — cause that’s the only JCW option right now…

        • Pete Mitchell

          No it’s a 2014 JCW. The real deal.

        • Charlie M

          Ok, I should have said not an F56 JCW. Because if you have one those, then I’m really impressed ;)

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

          Yes, I believe he meant R56 JCW, not F56. The F56 JCW will be revealed in the coming months.

        • TurbochargedChili

          You don’t have an F56 JCW

        • Pete Mitchell

          Well the key tag from my dealer says 14MC on it which is a F56 JCW

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

          The JCW model of the F56 had not been revealed, let alone released. While your car may well be a model year 2014 MINI, that does not make it an F-model car. So it’s one or the other. Either it’s a JCW R56, or it’s a Cooper S F56. Nothing wrong with either.

        • TurbochargedChili

          It’s pretty freaking easy to tell if you have the new one or the old one. does it have a fish mouth – or the old grille – would be the obvious thing. He could have a clubman JCW. Pretty sure they didn’t make a ’14 R56 JCW. Wasn’t ’13 the last year model?

        • TurbochargedChili

          I hate to tell you but the JCW hasn’t come out yet. Do you have a hatch, clubman, etc? Your car isn’t a JCW F56. It could be a JCW r56 clubman or countryman, but not a F56

        • Charlie M

          Yes, I am (soon to be was) a current 09 MCS owner. I liked my 09. I liked the 14 enough to order 5/25, but order not being entered until 6/2 (or supposed to be entered then). I’ve already sold the 09 this week via CL — key was nice car + not crazy high price (a lot of people want absolute top $ for car they sell themselves). I’ll drive my 2001 truck (3rd vehicle) until order new 14 or 15 MC arrives — yes, going for the MC and use the 3K diff on MC options. Less focused, not sure what you mean. FYI, liked both MC and MCS, but didn’t feel the need that it had to be an MCS as compared to 09 purchase,

  • Evan

    Any word on what the price premium for the F55 will be? I’m assuming all other packages & options will be about equal for the F55 and F56. I’m figuring $500-$1000 over the 3 door.

    Also, it’s lousy to require $1000 worth of tech equipment (rear camera & PDC) whenever you get Connected or Nav. Another reason to keep using my iPhone for directions and save $2750….

    Can’t wait for more MY2015 info and the F55 release pictures!

    • Chilly

      I couldn’t agree more. I’d like navigation but there’s no way I’m paying that price. I’ll stick with the iPhone too.

    • TurbochargedChili

      In two years, the every car has to have a backup camera rule is phased in, so if you can wait, i would wait for 2016 models. More time to work out the bugs, less wait time, more standard features, and you’ll know what other new models are coming out. The Clubman and 5-door will be out by that time too.

  • Pete Mitchell

    that bulletin is so two weeks ago

    • Tom Kazansky

      glad to see your paying attention Pete.

      Don’t get me started on these new BMW’s, they are so ugly and who really wants all that techno-wiz-bang garbage anyway? Do you know when they are bringing the real Mini’s back? I love my R50, but the dealer says I need $8504.03 worth of repairs!

      • Pete Mitchell

        nothing is like riding my GPZ900R around Miramar

      • robble

        real minis? You mean the ausitns and morris’?

        • TurbochargedChili

          No, he means the R50/3 and R56 that actually were very attractive cars with character and soul. If BMW was going to do anything right, which they haven’t done lately, they would’ve put the 1.5T in the S model, albeit in a high state of tune. Less weight over the front axle, would have to sound better than the B48, and it’s unique. MINI’s have always been about being different. The new 2.0T is not unique. It doesn’t sound good, perform exceptionally well, and it can’t match the 1.5′s efficiency. If the i8 can have the 1.5T, a MCS can too.

        • sayonara

          apparently people don’t like logic here but i am grateful you are saying what they are because as the editors of this website have said, mini does read the comments

        • TurbochargedChili

          Not too sure how much pull the limited comments of this website have on MINI as a brand. I think BMW doesn’t really care what prior MINI owners think, as long as they can sell the car to someone. Across the board, BMW has gone from being at the top of performance and fun to drive factor, to now being somewhere near Lexus. I look at it like Porsche can make fantastic, fun to drive vehicles that appeal to the masses, without dulling their core values down. BMW should do the same thing. I know if I bought a BMW, I would expect it to have fantastic steering, firm suspension, and a great sounding engine. They had been like that for as long as I can remember, until recently. The same thing has happened to MINI with this latest model. I just want the old BMW and MINI back. Simple as that.

      • TurbochargedChili

        I hope you laughed at your dealer

  • TurbochargedChili

    This is outrageous. The MCS has already priced itself above it’s rivals that offer lots more power, space, quality, and style. So now, an MCS base is $25,000 including destination. Although I dislike the way the current car drives, looks, sounds, and it’s lack of a ton of standard equipment, this price increase makes me dislike it even more.

    • lawrothegreat

      You could always buy a Golf GTi!

      • TurbochargedChili

        I just went to the VW dealership and drove the US spec model and it was a 9/10. Only thing keeping it from being perfect was that it didn’t have the performance pack and that additional 10hp, and the LSD. Besides that it is so much better than the F56 S. For 28K you get a backup camera, real leather, Fender Stereo, 18″ wheels, you can alter the steering, throttle, and suspension individually, touchscreen audio, SiriusXM, Bluetooth streaming, and 258lb-ft. I couldn’t believe what I saw… A new F56 that had just been traded in! Already!

      • TurbochargedChili
        • Pete Mitchell

          Hi, is this VW Vortex? Can I haz the interwebz?

        • TurbochargedChili

          Dude stop confusing yourself. You think you have an F56 JCW! LMAO!

        • Pete Mitchell

          You’re an R56 fanboi. We get it already.

        • TurbochargedChili

          No, you just have no idea what the hell you drive.

        • Pete Mitchell

          Edwin happens to know a few things and one of the things that Edwin knows is it’s not how to stand by your car, it’s how you race your car. You better remember that.

        • TurbochargedChili

          What the hell are you talking about?

        • Pete Mitchell

          A couple of Nissan SR20′s would pull a premium one week before race wars.

        • Tom Kazansky

          Tell me one thing, if you had to go into battle would you want him with you?

        • TurbochargedChili

          I think he’s firing on 2 out of 12 cylinders in his head.

    • Jason

      I would not have thought that possible considering how much time you spend bashing it.

      • TurbochargedChili

        Because it sucks.

        • robble

          I clicked on your name to pull up your post history. 95% of of your ~70 posts have been to bash on the F56. Don’t you have anything better to do with your life than spreading you misguided hatred? Or do you just enjoy trolling? Do you really think you’ll change the mind of anyone who actually drives the car?

        • TurbochargedChili

          Obviously i do something to make $ or I wouldn’t have a car, house, etc… My hatred is from the fact that BMW in General has ruined everything they make that used to be fantastic. From the 3-Series to the newest MINI, they’ve stripped away what made them so special, and unique. Of course, if I was posting about how much I loved this car, nobody would care, but if I dislike it, it equals trolling. Lmao. It’s a forum. If you don’t like it, don’t read the comments. Look at any of the MINI forums online and you will see about 1000 other people that have owned previous MINI’s and hate this newest one.

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

          This is a news site with comments enabled, not a forum. Anyone who becomes obnoxious will get booted and blocked. Hate the F56 to your heart’s content, but remain civil with your fellow commenters or you’ll be booted and blocked. That goes for everybody.

        • Pete.R

          People get so upset when people don’t like something they’ve bought.

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

          As well they should.

          I have no problem with people not liking things. I was a very vocal detractor of the R56 when it came out. Car later grew on me quite a bit. Point is though, we love a lively debate. Finding flaws and wanting more is part of being a fan of any brand. In fact, MINI does pay attention to the conversations that happen here, which makes MotoringFile a great place to actually give constructive feedback. If only feedback were always constructive…

          I will not, however, tolerate people being nasty to each other, regardless of their point of view. The Internet is a big place, go do that somewhere else.

        • HimaPalakurthi

          Is BMW your financier for this “news site”?

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

          No they’re not. This is a 100% independent outlet run by just a handful of volunteer MINI fans.

        • BRGRoadster

          I have to agree with him about a lot of stuff. I actually preordered an F56 and when I got the first chance to drive it, I was really disappointed. I actually kept the car for a couple of weeks, and I just sold it to a local dealership for a huge loss. It wasn’t what I was expecting.

        • get

          you’re right maybe we should only allow positive comments on this car. is this north korea? pyongyang? sorry you dont like that someone doesnt like a car you like. he must be wrong!

        • TurbochargedChili

          You took the words out of my mouth. Check NAM, or MotoringAlliance and you will see how many other people also dislike this car, and the F56 police are out to get them when they say something bad. A lot of people think that if it has a BMW roundel, or if BMW makes it = perfect and awesome. Well, it doesn’t. I would take an R53 or R56 anyday over the new one, as would thousands of other current MINI owners.

        • Jason

          It’s not really that, it’s just… if you really dislike it so much, why constantly open articles about it just to comment on how much you hate it? Why insult people who DO like the car? Just move on with your life already.

          Some of us have been through this with every generation of MINI and it gets tiring having to put up with so much negativity. This same vitriol was applied to your beloved R56 at least as much, the same as it was applied to the R53 when it was released.

        • TurbochargedChili

          It’s called being honest about a car, so MINI can fix the problems for the next car. If disliking a car is “insulting” owners, they need to get over it. A lot of people don’t like the R53 and R56. I could care less. I’m not insulted by their dislikes.

  • Mark

    So it looks like prices are going up and a couple of the bundles are changing. Any word if any additional features are becoming standard to offset any of the increased costs?

    • Other Jason

      Read the black and white graph. Tells you what’s been added for the addtional peso out of pocket.

      • Mark

        Well, making the Auto Climate/Rain Sensor standard would basically equal the $500 increase. I wonder how this will change the packages that included Auto Climate???

  • Gwman

    I have the same questions for the F56. Now I have to have auto climate and rain sensors (A), and if I want mini connected, I have to have backup camera and PDC? Heck no! When is the last order date for 2104′s, stat!!!

    • RacerX

      June production is the final build for the 2014 F56. Once vehicles are “in production”, they will not be able to be modified. Contact your dealer ASAP to secure a spot as each dealer’s allocation is different. 2015 models begin production in July/August including F55 (Cooper/Cooper S HT5).

      • Charlie M

        RacerX: Do you work for a dealer? I have an F56 order that is supposed to go into the system 6/2 per my MA (a week delay from when I “ordered” though in CA there’s really any contract, pretty much just a four square with MSRP and agreed price + refundable deposit receipt, told delay was because of black roof). I went in yesterday and asked my MA when does 2015 production start, and without doing any checking he just said more or less “the 2014 just came out, the 2015 is not going to come out until November or later”.

        I can’t tell if he just doesn’t want to lose the order, or is annoyed with me (because I had sent an email asking for something in writing on the wording of “$xxxxx (the agreed price) + tax, license, and fees” — so I wanted the fees spelled out so there were no surprises later, i.e. no bogus junk fees that are really dealer markup.

        If the 2015 pricing is totally out, what I’d really like is a comparison of what the car and options I’ve selected for the 2014 build would be for a 2015 build, and when would that 2015 build be.

        • RacerX

          Vehicles ordered with contrasting roof color were delayed at the factory – 6/2 production sounds on track.

          Although the 2014 model just hit the dealers May15th, it is a “short run production cycle” for the US due to delays getting the F56 up and running and European orders/demand filled. The 2015 F56/F55 models will go into production with July/Aug run and should hit dealer lots in the US by October/November.

          I would certainly hope your MA would not be “annoyed with you”, the very person who is helping put food on his table. Your questions are fair and justified. If they go unanswered, then I would maybe look for another source – one that seems more appreciative of your purchase. Typically “+fees” are for documentation, registration, DMV, prep and “CA Tire fee”. I believe that “prep” is something that can be set by the dealer in CA and possibly marked up, so be sure to know what you are paying for. Since fees usually include registration in CA, it would be harder to know/compare what dealers are charging for unless you asked them for a breakdown, which they should cheerfully provide in my opinion.

          Although the 2015 pricing was announced, dealers do not have access to order info that would allow them to build 2015 models and provide pricing given that we are still in a 2014 build cycle. You can, however, “guestimate” a 2015 price based on the information above. All other option prices remain basically the same. Major price differences will come from vehicles built that hit all the new requirements. For example, a 2014 Blazing Red Cooper S with Media Pkg and Comfort Access would cost $2,350.00 more as a 2015 model because: Price Increase $500, Destination Increase $100, Blazing Red Paint Increase $250, Media Pkg now requires Rear Camera and PDC $1000, and Comfort Access requires Alarm $500.

          Hope this helps. And just remember, you always have options, especially in markets like Southern CA where there are 12-13 dealers within a 30 mile radius.

        • Charlie M

          Your reply indeed helps. Bottom line is my dealer is not going to be able to provide MY2015 pricing. I’ll let the order proceed, and then before I accept delivery I’ll see what a MY2015 prices out at and make a decision. I’ve loaded up an MC to just shy of 30K, so the likelihood that some of the packages I selected are hit by new requirements. I guess it’s a plus that in CA it’s not a contract at order time, or at least not one that I am obligated to. When I ordered my 09 R56 MCS, in working with the dealer (a different dealer), my order got delayed a couple of weeks to go from 08 build to 09 build — which I suspect was worth a some extra $ when I sold the car this week (i.e. selling an 09 vs an 08 even with the same mileage). So, assuming a 15 F56 would be more that a 14 F56, I would need to weigh that against a higher return of $ at the point I sell it. FYI, very impressed with the 1.5 turbo of the MC. Sure the MCS has more power, but for my driving style, I can’t justify the +$3200 of the MCS (same options on both cars).

  • robble

    My biggest question which isn’t answered by the graphs: If the alarm system is required whenever you get comfort access and comfort access is now included with the premium package.. will you be required to get the alarm if you get the premium package?

    Otherwise, the base price increase is no big deal to me since I would be ordering the new standard options anyway.

    • RacerX

      Yes, that is correct. MINI should have included the Alarm as part of the F56/F55 Premium Pkg, but did not. It is a requirement when ordering option ZPP.

      There are also a few new options. Roof rails ($250) will be added with limited availability through September production, MINI Yours Interior Style Fiber Alloy (a striped hounds tooth alloy finish – $350) is added and MINI Yours Vanity Spoke 2-tone 17″ alloys wheels ($1500/Cooper S; $2000/Cooper).

      November production will see the addition of the following options: JCW Exterior Pack MINI Yours Steering Wheel Rear carrier Prep Electric Blue (B86) paint (likely the launch color for the F55)

      • Jason

        MINI Yours Interior Style Fiber Alloy (a striped hounds tooth alloy finish – $350

        That sounds amazing

        • RacerX

          It looks pretty nice – your dealer should be receiving an updated interior surface card for the Paint Wall soon. Includes Cockpit Surface in Fiber Alloy, decor rings in dark silver, door bezels in piano Black and includes the additional extended ambient lighting that the two other MINI Yours interior options include.

      • overabarrel

        Fiber alloy sounds quite intriguing, but sigh no Driver Assist? C’mon MINI/BMW. At least a hint of whether or not it’s even on the table for any time soon?

        • RacerX

          Sorry, nothing mentioned about that option being added any time soon – at least not before 1st Q 2015 production.

        • overabarrel

          Thanks. At this point even bad news is better than no news, I suppose.

      • http://borborygmist.influxofdust.com/ Wayne Dyer

        Any word if Electric Blue will be available on F56?

        • http://bridger.us/ Gabriel Bridger

          This fall.

      • Rocket_man

        I interpreted this to mean if you order the stand alone Comfort Access (322) you had to order the Alarm (302). But it did not say if you order the PP (ZPP) you also had to order the Alarm. I’m hoping that if you order ZPP you don’t need to order 302. Many people don’t want to spend more for an alarm (including us) or the Rear-view cam or PDC, especially in such a small car.

      • Robble

        Where did you read that is a requirement for the ZPP other than that snippet that said it is required for the comfort access? pErhaps it is not required for zoo -only for ala carte comfort access.

  • Jessica

    Over $20,000 without destination included? Yikes… :/

  • m

    This makes no sense. All of their advertising has focused on the under 20k price tag! That’s going to turn away a lot of people I think. Probably not as much as the fact now in order to get rid of the smiling muppet stock radio and get connected, you have to pay $1000 EXTRA due to the requirement to add the rear camera/park assist. That’s outrageous. $1750 for the media package and $2750 for the wired package! Not to mention the 6.5 inch screen looks awful as there is just too much plastic pieces to fill in that huge circle, so most people will want the larger one with nav.

    Blazing Red and Moonwalk Grey were $250 because they were semi-metallic. So now you have to pay the metallic price?

    The $500 increase in the Cooper is at least offset by the addition of the standard auto-ac/rain sensors. They say the premium package does not increase in price and they are adding comfort access and the storage package, however, makes me wonder if the requirement to add the alarm when you get the comfort access means you have to tack an additional $500 on to the premium package cost.

    I am looking all over for a 2013 as the new F56 is so nickel-and-dimed that the days of getting a decently equipped base Cooper under $22k is officially over. Along with the traditionally MINI design. So sad.

    • TurbochargedChili

      Not to mention the R56 is actually fun to driven unlike the neutered F56.

      • Robble

        Troll much? Same thing was said about the f56 when it came out compared to r53.. And same thing said about r53 compared to the “real” mini. Yet each new generation has been faster, more capable, and blew previous sales out of the water.

        • TurbochargedChili

          Actually, testing has revealed the F56 S auto is slower than the R56 S (N18). 1/4 mile took 15.3 @ 92mph. I’ve seen several 1/4 mile tests for the R56 in the 14.5 range @ 97mph

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

          What tests are you referring to? Source? Links?

        • TurbochargedChili
        • TurbochargedChili

          This is a 1/4 mile test of the Pre-LCI R56. It even ran a 15.0 at a higher trap speed.

        • TurbochargedChili

          http://www.roadandtrack.com/car-reviews/car-comparison-tests/2011-mini-cooper-s-vs-2012-volkswagen-beetle-turbo

          This doesn’t list the 1/4 mile time, but it’s 0-60 time was a 6.0 flat and it was an automatic ’11 S. I’m still looking for the 2011+ MCS 1/4 mile test im referring to.

        • HimaPalakurthi

          Just clicked the links below and it appears that it is actually slower than the previous car. What are your thoughts?

        • http://bridger.us/ Gabriel Bridger

          It’s faster. Every 0-60 test relies of a 1000 factors from temp to tires so it’s really not worth wasting time talking about it. Clearly if it’s not its apples to oranges.

          Look at the weight, HP and torque. It’s faster. If you disagree it’s because you can’t do the math.

        • HimaPalakurthi

          I can’t do math? Whoa! No need to attack me for asking a question. I’m new to the MINI community so I am trying to decide on a leftover or demo 2013 model vs the new model. It’s just strange that this magazine which usually has pretty consistent testing from what I’ve seen, posted a slower time for the new one. Yes, I’ve looked at the weight and power. The new one weighs 100lbs more than the last one, and it only has 8 more horsepower. I didn’t think the new one felt any faster, so I was interested by this test’s results. Thanks though, I appreciate you attacking me like that when the question wasn’t even for you.

        • howareyou

          did you just try to tell us that temperature and tires are the reason your opinion is right and what turbochargedchili is saying is wrong? WUT

        • http://bridger.us/ Gabriel Bridger

          I rest my case. Clearly there’s no sensible conversation to be had here at this point.

  • http://www.alphabetcityblog.com/ Jeff

    On the one hand, kind of annoyed that they added Comfort Access and the Storage Pack for “free” to the Premium Package I have on order for my 2014… on the other hand, I guess it’s not really free if the price of the car increases by $500.

    • m

      And assuming you added either connected screen, you are saving $1000…

  • RakSiam

    All of this if you order X then you are required to also order Y really sucks. If you have to order them together then just make them one package. It gets very confusing. And frankly some of the required also’s are not things I want. Seems like they are trying for more uniformity and less You-ification

  • Charlie M

    Well, it took three weeks, but the requirement for the alarm system with comfort access and backup camera and PDC with either screen has been dropped. So basically, 2015 pricing is more or less the same as 2014 depending on your configuration. Price increased some but some previous options were made standard.

    • Mark H

      Yay! Was just at the dealer and my motoring adviser confirmed this. It appears that MINI USA’s configurator is switched over to 2015, and lists the packages correctly, but is broken in that it still forcefully adds the now optional extra pieces with the Media/Wired packages.


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