Though MINI's lineup has grown exponentially in the decade since its re-launch, the brand has remained true to its roots, offering fun, cute cars with impressive driving dynamics. Read on to learn more more about all of the new MINI cars, as well as updates to existing models.
2013 MINI Clubman
The Clubman adds standard Bluetooth for 2013. Additionally, a new cargo-oriented model, dubbed the Clubvan, debuts for the new model year with body panels in place of rear windows.
2013 MINI Cooper
MINI Cooper hardtop and convertible models add standard Bluetooth for 2013. The Hardtop also gets a track-oriented John Cooper Works GP model, which starts at around $40,000.
2013 MINI Countryman
The compact Countryman crossover adds standard Bluetooth for 2013 along with a newly-available, high-performance John Cooper Works model.
2013 MINI Coupe
Like other MINI models, the 2-seat Coupe gets standard Bluetooth for 2013.
2013 MINI Roadster
In addition to Bluetooth, the Roadster droptop adds a rear wind deflector and semi-automatic top as standard equipment.