MINI Hatch lands from $26,650

MINI Hatch lands from $26,650

New MINI Hatch is here with a choice of three engines.

MINI Hatch lands from $26,650
BMW has slashed up to $5,000 off the price tag of the new MINI Hatch.

BMW Australia has confirmed pricing for the three variants of the new MINI Hatch, and the good news is prices have been cut over the old model.

The MINI Cooper now costs from $26,650 (down $5,000), the Cooper D from $31,800 (down $3,000) and the Cooper S from $36,950 (down $3,750). The new pricing structure makes the new MINI more accessible to more buyers, according to Kai Bruesewitz, general manager for MINI Australia.

“The new MINI receives the latest technology and features for a much higher level of refinement.  At the same time, we’ve retained the engaging “go-kart” driving style this iconic vehicle is known for.”

“But the best news for Australian MINI fans is that we have been able to reduce the pricing of the all-new MINI, making it more accessible than ever before.”

MINI Hatch models;

  • Cooper – 1.5 litre three-cylinder petrol producing 100kW and 220Nm (230Nm with over-boost).
  • Cooper D – 1.5 litre three-cylinder diesel producing 85kW and 270Nm.
  • Cooper S – 2.0 litre four-cylinder petrol producing 141 kW and 280Nm (300Nm with over-boost)


Now bigger than ever with a 98mm increase in overall length, longer wheelbase and wider track front and back, MINI says the increase in size is instantly felt on the inside. Boot space is up 51 litres to 211 litres.

While buyers will notice a new look and feel inside the cockpit and the MINI picks up new features including a 6.5 inch or 8.8 inch colour display, keyless ignition, camera-based active cruise control and optional LED headlights.

You can take the new MINI for a test drive at dealerships now.

Joel Helmes