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The man from our favorite kind of road received the new MINI's pricing from a Deep Throat within the automaker. The pricing is printed below, but the short-and-sweet version is simple: a $700 increase on the Cooper and a $400 increase on 'S' models. That's not entirely out of line, considering the upgraded interior and extra performance of the new model.

Current Cooper (2006) – Base MSRP: $17,450 + $550 D&H = $18,000
New Cooper (2007) –Base MSRP: $18,050 + $650 D&H = $18,700

Current Cooper S (2006) –Base MSRP: $20,900 + $550 D&H = $21,450
New Cooper S (2007) –Base MSRP: $21,200 + $650 D&H = $21,850

No word yet on how much the JCW package will set you back, but don't expect it before 2008. You'll probably see a press release soon.

[Source: Winding Road]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      For some strange reason, I am actually excited about this car. No clue why but I am...
      • 8 Years Ago
      The new car might also have more standard content. Was the feature list also leaked, or just the base prices?
      • 8 Years Ago
      Here is an example of how the manufacturer is screwing their customers in Canada. The base Cooper S in the U.S. costs $23,365 in Canadian dollars.

      The Canadian price for the Cooper S is $34,100. The only model available is the so called Cooper S with 'Rallye Package' although the specs seem the same as the U.S. car. The Canadian car may include metallic paint which is an extra in the U.S.
      • 8 Years Ago
      UGLY all day long,
      never liked the car, haven't even warmed up to the styling
      • 8 Years Ago
      Mini is a case of something perfect becoming perfecter. Very rare in any niche product. I love this car.
      • 8 Years Ago
      why is there an increase in price...? is the cooper really that popular?

      oh well, i think it looks a bit bland.

      high-res pics are at http://www.carphotosite.com