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MINI is recharged and here with tons of new features with our 2022 MINI Cooper SE Hardtop 2 Door EV. Our EV MINI is just as exciting to drive as its predecessors but adds an element of environmental stability. This MINI features electrifying looks and feel and is more fun than ever before.
This page is dedicated to helping you learn more about the MINI Electric, the distinguishing factors of the vehicle, how to maintain and service your MINI, how and where to charge your MINI, you’ll learn about the battery and warranty, and just how much you can qualify for on federal tax credit by simply switching to driving an electric MINI.
Our team at Patrick MINI can answer any questions that you have about the MINI Electric and help you determine if it fits your needs and lifestyle. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call 847-230-8210 or simply contact us and a member of our Patrick Direct Sales Team will reach out to you.
Starting MSRP: $29,900
Total Pure Electric Range: 114 miles (per full charge)
Fuel Economy: 100/119/110 (hwy/city/combined)
Annual Fuel Cost: $600
0-60 MPH: 6.9 sec
Electric Motor/Battery: Electric motor with 184 hp/270 ft. lb. torque
Time to Charge: 2% charge per hour at less than 2 kW, 20% charge per hour
at up to 7.4 kW, 80% charge per 36 minutes at 50 kW (quick charge)
You can charge your MINI Electric at home with the Level 1 charging cord that comes standard with your MINI Electric – you just need a standard three-prong outlet. If you find yourself needing to recharge while you’re out, you can use one of the 20,000+ public charging stations available, with more being added every day. You can use your MINI app or the in-car navigation system to locate all the public charging stations available to you while you’re on the road, too. There are also a variety of third-party apps that may be helpful in locating nearby charging.
Your MINI comes with a level one charging cord that does not require any special equipment, just a standard three-prong outlet. For faster charging, an EVSE or wallbox can deliver a faster charge at your home or workplace. On the road, public charging can be utilized.
Charging your MINI Electric will typically cost about 1/3 of what it would cost for an equivalent gasoline model. Since all drivers will have different driving experiences, it is easy to calculate your average cost by multiplying your cost of electricity per kWh by the amount you are charging in kW.
*Comes standard with every electric MINI purchase. No additional equipment needed.
*Purchase separately. Purchase a MINI Wallbox Essential here. Requires hardwired installation and may require electrical upgrades depending on your electrical panel capacity.
*For public charging within Chicagoland, we’ve seen average prices of $1-$4 for about 2 hours of charging time. However, it depends on the individual unit’s owner to determine pricing.
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Patrick MINI estimates that you could save $4,500 in fuel costs over 5 years. Actual results will vary for many reasons, including driving conditions and how you drive and maintain your vehicle. The average new vehicle gets 27 MPG and costs $7,500 to fuel over 5 years. Cost estimates are based on 15,000 miles per year at $0.13 per kW-hr. MPGe is miles per gasoline gallon equivalent. Source: fueleconomy.gov WARNING: Do not do any repairs on the vehicle yourself. Electrical cables and/or components that have come loose may only be corrected by an authorized MINI workshop. Schedule service today!
The MINI New Limited Warranty covers everything, bumper to bumper and everything in between, except for tires.
Your MINI Electric car lease and warranty includes:
You can also enjoy our complimentary program for the first 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first, on scheduled maintenance*, meaning your costs will total $0 for your cabin microfilter, vehicle check, battery charge, battery check and brake fluid.
State incentive programs for Electric vehicles vary in their scope and applicability. While tax incentives are most frequently mentioned, rebates, HOV access, toll reduction, and sales tax exemptions are also offered. Please consult your knowledgeable financial planner or tax specialist to determine how the state and federal incentives may apply to you.
You Can Qualify for a Federal Tax Credit on New All-Electric and Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles
Owning a BMW, MINI, Cadillac, Volvo, Jaguar, Land Rover, Hyundai or Genesis plug-in hybrid or electric comes with many financial incentives.
On August 16, 2022, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) into law, which amends the current U.S. EV tax incentives. Under the amended law, only qualified EVs and PHEVs assembled in North America will be eligible for the $7,500 tax credit.
In addition to other state incentives such as rebates, tax credits, and grants. You could also save up to $1,500 in fuel costs within five years.
Please talk to a Patrick Client Advisor for more information and eligibility.
To learn more about the Federal Tax Credits available, please visit: fueleconomy.gov
Starting July 1, 2022, customers who purchase fully electric vehicles will be able to apply to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) for a $4,000 rebate ($1,500 for electric motorcycles). Only one rebate will be issued to a purchaser in any 10-year period. Click here to learn more.
Note: This is not a dealer or manufacturer-supported rebate program