What is Mini depreciation?

I really like the look of Mini Coopers but I hear a lot of mixed opinions about Mini as an auto brand. I’d like to learn a little more, so my question is: what kind of depreciation do Minis have?

Mary Cahill · Answered on Nov 30, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Depreciation rates are all over the map. Mini depreciation rates are a little different depending on which model you drive. Depreciation measures the rate at which a vehicle loses its value, and plays a significant role in determining the resale price when it’s sold used.
A Mini Cooper S has a depreciation rate of 46% after five years. If you sell a five-year-old Cooper S, it will be worth about $13,000 less than it cost brand new. The starting MSRP for a 2023 Mini Hardtop 2 Door Cooper S is $31,750.
The larger Mini Clubman has a better depreciation rate of 31% after five years. If you sell a five-year-old Clubman in good condition, the price will be around $27,528.
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