Mini 5D Hatch Review, For Sale, Specs, Models & News
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Mini 5D Hatch Models Price and Specs
The price range for the Mini 5D Hatch varies based on the trim level you choose. Starting at $38,500 and going to $54,450 for the latest year the model was manufactured. The model range is available in the following body types starting from the engine/transmission specs shown below.
|Year||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|2022||Hatchback||1.5L, PULP, 6 SP MAN||$38,500||$54,450|
|2021||Hatchback||1.5L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||$29,700||$58,850|
|2020||Hatchback||1.5L, PULP, 6 SP MAN||$22,100||$56,650|
|2019||Hatchback||1.5L, PULP, 6 SP MAN||$19,500||$41,470|
|2018||Hatchback||1.5L, PULP, 6 SP MAN||$18,400||$44,440|
Mini 5D Hatch Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the Mini 5D Hatch here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
What do I need to know when buying a new car?
The R55 Mini five-door hatch was given a facelift in July 2020, so `F55 Update’ should indicate the fact that the car in question is a post-update model. The facelift wasn’t a huge one and didn’t affect the basic vehicle, but depending on what version of the car was involved, there were a few minor changes to help keep the car current and competitive with its peers. ‘New available to order,’ meanwhile, suggests that a car is a brand-new one and not a second-hand car or – and it’s quite common – a demonstrator model.
As far as extra costs go when buying a new car, it’s all a bit of a minefield. Dealers love charging delivery fees (often simply a wash and vacuum) and you should make sure that any extras – like floor mats or slimline number-plates – are either requested specifically by you or are thrown in by the dealer to sweeten the deal. And don’t be sucked into the other extras like paint protection, upholstery protection and rust-proofing. If a car maker can’t sell you a car in 2021 that won’t fade, rot or rust, then they don’t deserve your money.
Then there are the inevitable government charges. These vary from state to state but can include stamp duty, registration and more. Make sure the dealer spells out all these extras and budget for them. The best advice is to insist that the car dealer is absolutely upfront with the final figure you’ll be asked to hand over before driving off in the car. Regardless of what 'discounts’ and deals the dealer offers, the only number you need to worry about is the drive-away, no more to pay figure.Show more