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2014 MINI Cooper Coupe 5-Year Cost To Own

The Fair Market Range for this car in your area is $20,880 - $21,481.

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MSRP $22,245

Fair Purchase Price $21,181
Fair Market Range ($20,880 - $21,481)

Invoice $20,530
"What Others Paid" is based on the last 90 days within the U.S.

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5-Year Cost to Own

What is the Projected Cost to Own?

5-Year Cost:

$37,461*

($0.50 per mile)

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What Does It Include?

A car's Cost to Own includes out of pocket expenses like fuel and insurance, plus loss in value over time (depreciation). Choosing wisely could save you thousands over the first 5 years of ownership.

Out of pocket expenses

Repairs - based on a $0 deductible extended warranty

4%Average for all vehicles
Repairs

Maintenance - what it takes to keep the car running well

5%Average for all vehicles
Maintenance

State Fees - items like tax, license and registration

6%Average for all vehicles
State Fees

Insurance - includes liability, collision and personal injury

9%Average for all vehicles
Insurance

Financing - based on a 5-year loan term at 2.54%

6%Average for all vehicles
Financing

Fuel - based on 15,000 miles driven per year

26%Average for all vehicles
Fuel
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=
Loss in value

Depreciation - how well the vehicle holds its value over time. Particularly important if you keep the car for less than 5 years.

Depreciation = Purchase
Price
Value After
5 Years
44%
Average for all vehicles
Depreciation
The gap between what you paid and what it's worth in 5 years.
5-Year Cost
to Own
  • Fuel - Fuel Costs are calculated using U.S. EPA mileage data for each make, model and style, reflecting 45% highway driving and 55% city driving. Kelley Blue Book updates these costs every 60 days based on actual andforecasted fuel costs.

  • Insurance - Insurance costs assume a driver with a clean record, using the vehicle for personal use. Quoted coverage includes liability, physical damage protection and (where applicable) personal injury, based on the most-often-selected limits and deductibles.

  • Financing - Financing assumes a buyer with Tier I or II credit, a loan APR of 2.54% and 10% down payment based on Fair Purchase Price (or MSRP if Fair Purchase Price is unavailable) without any rebates or incentives.

  • State Fees - State Fees include title and registration fees based on an average of new-car retail sales in all states, the vehicle’s Fair Purchase Price (or MSRP if Fair Purchase Price is unavailable) and an average state sales tax of 1.06 percent.

  • Maintenance - Maintenance includes the costs of following the manufacturer's recommended service schedule. This amount is based on national average labor costs, plus replacement parts and service items purchased at the manufacturer's suggested list prices.

  • Repairs - Repairs are based on the retail price of a zero-deductible extended-warranty service contract that covers the vehicle for its initial five-year term of ownership.

  • Depreciation - Derived from Kelley Blue Book’s residual values and updated every 60 days, depreciation represents the decrease in the vehicle’s value based on the national Fair Purchase Price (or MSRP if the Fair Purchase Price is unavailable), economic factors and historical data.

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