Mini applies small car thinking across an expanded lineup. The brand's Countryman crossover and Clubman wagon balance versatility with compact proportions. Nonetheless, Mini's core model remains the subcompact hatchback, which led its 2001 resurgence. All cars from Mini, which is owned by BMW, have agile handling and charming style.
Least Expensive: Starting at less $22,000, the Hardtop two-door in Cooper form is the least expensive Mini available. Opting for the four-door variant adds $1,000.
Most Expensive: In range-topping trim, the Countryman All4 John Cooper Works costs just below $50,000, making it the most expensive Mini. This subcompact crossover packs a 301-hp engine.