The Cooper S includes a leather-wrapped steering wheel, synthetic upholstery, and 17-inch alloy rims at the Classic Level. Gray is the only included exterior color, anything else costs $500.
Getting automatic emergency braking means stepping up to the Signature group, which costs $3,000 here. The Signature also adds goodies like the infotainment touchscreen, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated seats, and a panoramic roof.
Power-adjustable seats still aren’t included on the Cooper S Clubman Signature– to get those you’ll need the Premium Package ($2,000), which also includes power-folding mirrors and satellite radio.
Apple CarPlay comes as part of the Touchscreen Navigation Package ($1,700), which also includes what its name implies and wireless charging. Adaptive cruise control, front parking sensors, park assist, and a head-up display are available through the Driver Assistance Package ($1,250). Upgrading to leather upholstery is another $1,000.
That leather upholstery comes standard with the Iconic group, though the price is $8,000 over the Classic. The contents of the Touchscreen Navigation and Premium Packages are included, but the Driver Assistance Package is not. As a final bonus, the Iconic group gets 18-inch rims.
Adding all-wheel drive is a $2,000 option, and Mini tacks on LED headlights for good measure. But the news isn’t all good – despite including the exact same features, the Signature and Iconic groups rise to $4,000 and $10,000, respectively, on Cooper S ALL4 models.