While prices remain identical to last year's for Clubman, Hardtop, Convertible, Coupe, and Roadster, a rearrangement of equipment packages leaves just one Premium Package option, including the dual-pane panoramic sunroof, rain sensing automatic headlights, and automatic climate control for $1,250.
A new City Pack package includes an alarm system, power-fold mirrors, heated mirror and wash jets, auto-dimming interior and exterior mirrors, and rear park distance control. The City Pack also costs $1,250.
In base form the MINI Cooper is a simple vehicle: standard equipment includes power windows, locks and mirrors; an AM/FM/CD audio system with auxiliary input; ambient lighting; and keyless ignition. Upgrades available include a 10-speaker audio system; a joystick-controlled navigation and infotainment system (itself upgradeable to include Apps capabilities); and of course the packages listed above as well as an abundance of interior and exterior appearance and materials choices.
USB and iPod connectivity, as well as Bluetooth phone connectivity, were made standard for 2013 and continue into 2014.