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Last Updated: May 3, 2019

Slowing Sales: Sales of the Mini Cooper rank in the lower half of the subcompact car class and demand has remained constant in 2019 compared to the same period in 2018. Additionally, less-expensive options like the Ford Fiesta and Nissan Versa are outselling the Mini more than 2 to 1.

Very High Prices: The Cooper's starting price of $22,900 with an automatic transmission shows its luxury-car roots (BMW owns MINI). The Cooper and its Mini Clubman brother are the most expensive cars in the class by a solid margin.

Time to Buy: The Mini Cooper is quirky and fun-to-drive, but even with falling sales, its high pricing means you’ll find more value elsewhere. More affordable and well-rounded small cars like the Honda Fit start several thousand dollars below the Mini. The Fit is the top-ranked subcompact car and was named the 2019 Best Subcompact Car for the Money, so you can be sure that you’re getting a great value. Check out our Honda deals page for this month’s finance and lease offers.

2019 MINI Cooper Prices

MSRP: $21,900

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MSRP: $22,900

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