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How Much is a New Mini Cooper?
Mini's flagship car is the 3-door Hatch, which is available starting at £16,200 new. The larger Mini Clubman is priced from £22,195 new and the Countryman is slightly more at £24,295.
Who Owns Mini Cooper?
Since 2000 Mini has been owned by BMW, through its earlier acquisition of the Rover Group in 1994.
Who Makes Mini Cooper?
Most Mini models are assembled at BMW's Plant Oxford in Cowley, England.
When was Mini Founded?
The Mini first appeared in 1959 and was produced for the BMC (British Motor Corporation). The Mini brand became its own entity in 1969.
Who Designed the Mini Cooper?
The original Mini was designed by Sir Alec Issigonis .
What are the Most Popular used Mini Cars?
Mini Clubman - A mix of retro and modern, the Clubman is an ideal everyday car. The MINI Clubman retails from £22,395 new, which is more than many small estates. Second-hand Mini Clubman cars can be reasonable too, with prices sometimes as low as £3,000. With its iconic split rear doors, generous luggage capacity and bang up-to-date interior, the MINI Clubman is an enviable car.
Mini Hatchback - Boasting MINI’s premium styling and plush interior, plus a surprisingly economical and powerful engine, the MINI Hatch is a great all-round second-hand car. The 3-door MINI Hatch retails from £16,400, while the 5-door starts at £17,100 new but you could drive away with a better deal from one of UK based used car dealerships.
Mini Countryman - The biggest car available in MINI's lineup, the Countryman offers plenty of head and leg room, seats for up to five, and the polished look MINI are known for. A brand-new MINI Countryman is priced from £24,495 new, though for higher spec models you can easily pay more than £35,000. You could, however, get a far better deal for a second-hand MINI Countryman by shopping with one of our trusted used car dealerships all around the U.K