• New engines for JCW Countryman and Clubman
  • 7- and 8-speed automatics standard on Cooper models
  • Active Driving Assistant standard on all models
  • Prices range from $23,400 to $41,400

 

Mini has announced pricing for its 2020 lineup as well as announcing model upgrades and new features to the family of British-built hatchbacks. Prices have risen significantly with the base 2020 Mini Cooper Hardtop rising $1,500 to $23,400, while the range topping John Cooper Works Countryman ALL4 going from $37,800 to $41,400.

The big news is the addition of a 301-horsepower turbocharged 4-cylinder engine in 2020 John Cooper Works Clubman ALL4 and 2020 John Cooper Works Countryman ALL4 models. The new engine enables the Clubman to hit 62 mph in just 4.9 seconds and the Countryman the same speed in 5.1 seconds, respective gains of 1.4 and 1.5 seconds.

Transmission offerings

Mini says that all Cooper models will now come standard with 7-speed dual clutch automatics, while Cooper S models will receive the same transmission with the addition of a sport mode. Cooper S ALL4 and John Cooper Works models will be equipped with 8-speed dual clutch automatics with sport mode. Base Hardtop and Convertible models will be offered with a standard 6-speed manual. Mini also says that manual-transmission models will come later due to ongoing technical evaluation.

Also improved for 2020 is the Mini Cooper S E Country ALL4 Plug-in Hybrid. The new model will come with a larger 9.6 kWh battery (up from 7.6 kWh), which will boost the pure electric range from 12 to 16 miles. The federal tax credit for the PHEV model is expected to rise $834 to $4,835 because of the larger battery pack. Pricing for the 2020 Couper S E Countryman ALL4 PHEV is up $1,000 to $37,900.

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Full-line pricing

The prices for the 2020 Mini Hardtop 2-door starts at $23,400 for the base Cooper models, while the Cooper S Hardtop version is $27,400, with the John Cooper Works Hardtop priced at $33,400. Mini Hardtop 4-door models start at $24,400 and top out at $28,400 for the Cooper S.

Mini Convertibles start at $28,400 for the standard Cooper, $32,400 for the Cooper S and $38,400 for the John Cooper Works Convertible. All prices are up $1,500.

In the Clubman lineup, the Cooper S is $30,900 and the Cooper S ALL4 Clubman is $32,900, both up $2,000 over 2019 pricing. The 2020 John Cooper Works Clubman ALL4 will be $39,400, a price bump of $3,500.

The Cooper Countryman will be priced from $28,400 with the Countryman ALL4 version coming in at $30,400, both up $1,500. The Cooper S Countryman ALL4 starts at $33,900, up $2,500. The S E Countryman PHEV is $37,900 and the range-topping John Cooper Works Countryman ALL4 will retail for $41,400.

All prices exclude $850 delivery.

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