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MINI Cooper

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Discontinued in 2012


The MINI Cooper is available as a hatchback. Inventory prices for the 2012 Cooper range from $6,243 to $17,279. It gets EPA-estimated 29 MPG combined. The MINI Cooper competes against models like the MINI Cooper Countryman, MINI Cooper Clubman, and Ford Escape.

The Cooper is a good fit for
sun lovers

Sun Lover vehicles have convertible tops or removable roofs. May require specific trim level and/or optional features.

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2002–2012 Generation Generation, 2012 MINI Cooper model shown Showing the 2012 MINI Cooper
  • Consumer rating (4.4) 30 reviews
  • Inventory Prices $6,243–$17,279
  • Combined MPG 29
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  • Inventory Prices $4,948–$15,072
  • Combined MPG 29
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  • Inventory Prices $4,670–$11,918
  • Combined MPG 29
  • Consumer rating (4.4) 24 reviews
  • Inventory Prices $3,110–$11,462
  • Combined MPG 32
  • Consumer rating (4.7) 21 reviews
  • Inventory Prices $3,902–$9,430
  • Combined MPG 27-32
  • Consumer rating (4.4) 24 reviews
  • Inventory Prices $3,903–$9,067
  • Combined MPG 30-36
  • Consumer rating (4.7) 29 reviews
  • Inventory Prices $2,834–$9,014
  • Combined MPG 31-32
  • Consumer rating (4.4) 26 reviews
  • Inventory Prices $2,795–$8,347
  • Combined MPG 31-32
  • Consumer rating (4.2) 16 reviews
  • Inventory Prices $2,103–$8,059
  • Combined MPG 32
  • Consumer rating (3.9) 18 reviews
  • Inventory Prices $1,897–$8,797
  • Combined MPG 32
  • Consumer rating (4.3) 9 reviews
  • Inventory Prices $2,717–$7,273
  • Combined MPG 32

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