Mini CAR PRICE LIST

In order to help car buyers understand monthly fluctuations in the car price list in the Philippines, Philkotse.com provides updated Mini Cooper Philippines price list as of September 2019 as follows.

With thousands of Mini for sale at the cheapest prices updated daily by certified owners and dealers on Philkotse.com, your next ride may be just a few clicks away.

Mini Philippines price list this September 2019 for all Mini models, including the Mini Cooper and Mini Countryman. Latest special promotions and discounts from all Mini dealerships nationwide are also gathered here.

Note that the following car price list and promos from Mini are updated regularly, so please bookmark this page to catch up with the latest automotive deals.

I. Mini Cooper Philippines price list - September 2019

Mini Cooper Philippines price list – September 2019
 Model Price
Mini Cooper Countryman price Philippines – September 2019
Mini Cooper Countryman D P3,250,000
MINI Cooper Countryman S Pure AT  P3,250,000
Mini Cooper Countryman 2.0 JCW AT P4,550,000
Mini Cooper Countryman SD ALL4 AT P3,850,000
Mini Cooper Countryman 2.0 S Sport P3,850,000
Mini Cooper Countryman 2.0 SD P3,700,000
Mini Cooper price Philippines – September 2019
Mini Cooper 3 Door 1.5 AT P2,550,000
Mini Cooper 3 Door  2.0 S AT P3,000,000
Mini Cooper 3 Door 2.0 JCW AT P3,850,000
Mini Cooper 5 Door 2.0  AT P2,650,000
Mini Cooper 5 Door  2.0 S AT P3,100,000
Mini Cooper Convertible price Philippines – September 2019
Mini Cooper Convertible 2.0 Cooper S AT P3,350,000
Mini Cooper Convertible 2.0 Cooper JCW AT P4,300,000
Mini Cooper Clubman price in the Philippines – September
Mini Cooper Clubman 1.5 Cooper AT P2,950,000
Mini Cooper Clubman 2.0 Cooper S AT P3,450,000
Mini Cooper Clubman 2.0 JCW Clubman AT P4,350,000

Please note that these are prices listed in some showrooms and should serve as reference only. For more accurate pricing information, please refer to the Cars For Sale section.

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II. Mini Cooper Price Philippines – 2019: Installment & Downpayment

1. Mini Cooper 3 Door Price installment in the Philippines - 2019

After acquiring the Mini brand from Rover, BMW came up with the new Mini in the early 2000s. First as a compact car concept known as the Mini Marquee which then evolved to become the replacement of the veritable Mini which now carries the same name.

While there is a whole slew of Mini vehicles out there, the first that BMW built was the 3 door and like its previous, older versions, it had lightning quick-handling, compact dimensions and was a hit among European enthusiasts who needed to drive around very tight roads. Later in 2004, the 3 Door had a facelift.

In terms of engine choices, the 3 door Mini currently has two choices, a 1.5-liter turbocharged three-cylinder that can make around 136 horsepower and 220 Nm of torque, and a 1.5 liter 4-cylinder with a turbo.

The second engine can make a whopping 192 horsepower and 280 Nm of torque making it blisteringly fast due to its relatively small size and weight. Due to this, the more powerful Mini Cooper 3 Door S which has the 1.5 liter 4-cylinder is by no means a beginner driver’s car and it will challenge you. Also due to its size and three-door configuration, its rear passengers will be challenged as well.

Mini Cooper 3 door

Mini Cooper 3 Door is actually a wolf in sheep's clothing with all that power under the hood

Also if you want to take it up a notch, there’s the Mini 3 Door John Cooper Works variant whose 2.0 liter, turbocharged engine can make 231 horsepower and 320 Nm of torque. While a lot of other performance cars make a lot more, take into consideration the Mini’s size and weight. With that kind of power, it’s almost like driving a go-kart instead of a car. Scary yet fun.

SRP
₱2,550,000
Downpayment (25%)
₱510,000
Amount Financed
₱2,040,000
Tenure / Year
3
 
Bank
Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years
5.22%
10.71%
Monthly Amortization
₱65,540.67
₱74,873.67
Chattel Mortgage
₱43,264.43
Free
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
₱65,673.26
Free 
LTO for 3 years
Free
Free
CTPL for 3 years
₱1,680
Free
Total Loan Payment
₱2,359,464
₱2,695,452
Total First Payment
₱620,617.69
₱510,000

2. Mini Cooper 5 Door price installment in the Philippines - 2019

While the 3 Door is small and there will be issues with legroom for rear passengers, the relatively newer Mini 5 Door has wider and longer dimensions which makes it interior actually capable of fitting five passengers.

Take that with a grain of salt though and it is our opinion that four is enough to make it a comfortable ride inside the 5 Door. By virtue of being larger, the 5 Door which has similar engine choices to the 3 Door can be said to be heavier and heftier. That however by no means makes the 5 Door Mini a slow car as this model still has the Cooper S variant with the 192 horsepower 1.5-liter engine.

Like the Mini Cooper 3 Door, the 5 Door mini has two variants the Cooper and the Cooper S. We offer a wider selection of affordable Mini Cooper for sale on the site. Make sure to check it out.

A picture of a Mini cooper 5 door

The 5 Door Mini is a capable city going vehicle that can comfortably fit five

SRP
₱2,650,000
Downpayment (25%)
₱530,000
Amount Financed
₱2,120,000
Tenure / Year
3
 
Bank
Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years
5.22%
10.71%
Monthly Amortization
₱68,110.89
₱77,809.89
Chattel Mortgage
₱44,558
Free
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
₱68,167.26
Free 
LTO for 3 years
Free
Free
CTPL for 3 years
₱1,680
Free
Total Loan Payment
₱2,451,992
₱2,801,156
Total First Payment
₱644,405.25
₱530,000

3. Mini Cooper Clubman price installment in the Philippines - 2019

Based on the 5 Door Mini, the Mini Cooper Clubman is classed as an estate car or depending on where you are on the great big pond, a wagon. This makes the Clubman longer than the 5 doors and can provide all of its passengers ample leg-room and head-room.

Mini Cooper Clubman

By the virtue of being a wagon, the Clubman can be used as a family vehicle. It has good cargo capacity too

Despite being larger than the 5 Door and being huge as a Mini, the Clubman is by no means a slouch in terms of performance as its three variants, the Cooper, the Cooper S, and a John Cooper Works variants also gets beefy engines with the Cooper’s 1.5 liter engine turbocharged engine making 134 horsepower and the Cooper S and the John Cooper Works variants making 190 horsepower with their 1.6 liter mill.

SRP
₱2,950,000
Downpayment (25%)
₱590,000
Amount Financed
₱2,360,000
Tenure / Year
3
 
Bank
Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years
5.22%
10.71%
Monthly Amortization
₱75,821.56
₱86,618.56
Chattel Mortgage
₱48,438.7
Free
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
₱75,649.26
Free 
LTO for 3 years
Free
Free
CTPL for 3 years
₱1,680
Free
Total Loan Payment
₱2,729,576
₱3,118,268
Total First Payment
₱715,767.95
₱590,000

4. Mini Cooper Convertible price installment in the Philippines - 2019

Like most luxury/performance brands out there, Mini also has a convertible variant. Unlike others in its model line-up though, the Mini Cooper Convertible only gets a Cooper S variant and a John Cooper Works.

So if you’re adventurous enough to drive a 229 horsepower car this small with the top down, the Mini Convertible is the car for you. And yes, it’s actually based on the 5 door Mini so there’s enough room for your friends.

Mini Cooper Convertible

Perfect for the track and for cruising out with your friends on a warm summer day

SRP
₱3,350,000
Downpayment (25%)
₱670,000
Amount Financed
₱2,680,000
Tenure / Year
3
 
Bank
Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years
5.22%
10.71%
Monthly Amortization
₱86,102.44
₱98,363.44
Chattel Mortgage
₱53,612.96
Free
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
₱85,625.26
Free 
LTO for 3 years
Free
Free
CTPL for 3 years
₱1,680
Free
Total Loan Payment
₱3,099,688
₱3,541,084
Total First Payment
₱810,918.21
₱670,000

5. Mini Cooper Countryman price installment in the Philippines - 2019

Let’s face it, the models of Minis we’ve listed above don’t exactly have high ground clearances nor can they handle rough terrain. This is where the Mini Countryman comes in.

As a subcompact crossover SUV, the Mini Cooper Countryman is a buffer looking and more mechanically suited to rough terrain all the while having the beloved and well known Mini dimensions and Mini design cues. And by virtue of being actually capable of handling sand and gravel, the Mini Country has actually successfully competed in a number of Rallying competitions like the infamous Dakar rally.

Also, it’s one of the few cars that can do a backflip. Yes, that’s right…a backflip and in the snowy terrain. It’s just that good a platform.

Currently, the Countryman has four variants, the Cooper D, the Cooper SD, the Cooper SD All4 which has four-wheel-drive, and the high-performance John Cooper Works trim.

Mini cooper Countryman

The Countryman not only offers the ability to tackle rough roads, but it's also luxurious and spacious too

SRP
₱3,250,000
Downpayment (25%)
₱650,000
Amount Financed
₱2,600,000
Tenure / Year
3
 
Bank
Dealer
Simple Interest Rate / Years
5.22%
10.71%
Monthly Amortization
₱83,532.22
₱95,427.22
Chattel Mortgage
₱52,319.39
Free
Comprehensive Insurance for 1 year
₱62,867.51
Free 
LTO for 3 years
Free
Free
CTPL for 3 years
₱1,680
Free
Total Loan Payment
₱3,007,160
₱3,435,380
Total First Payment
₱766,866.9
₱650,000

Note:

  • SRP in Manila
  • Chattel Mortgage Fees may vary with the bank chosen
  • Interest rates may vary with the bank and Loan term
  • This is only an estimation of the actual cost. Monthly amortization does not include insurance premium

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III. About Mini Philippines

As a brand, Mini started out as a part of the British Motor Corporation. Back then, the term “mini” was actually used in car model names and was not a marque unto itself until 1969. The name actually came from the “Austin Mini” and the “Morris Mini” which were models made by the British Motor Corporation or BMC. That’s from 1959-1968.

A picture of Mini Philippines showroom

Mini Philippines Showroom in Taguig [Source: timeattackmanila.com]

Come 1968 though, BMC was bought out by the British Motor Holdings when then merged with Leyland Motors to form British Leyland. This included the Mini whose range expanded and was enjoying some success in its homeland. In the 80s British Leyland was broken up and along with the Rover Group and with them the Mini brand was acquired by British Aerospace and then in 1994 by BMW.

BMW consequently broke up the Rover Group but kept the Mini brand in 2000.

Here in the Philippines, these amazing Mini cars are distributed by the British United Automobiles Inc. which has a showroom located at the Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Philippines.

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