Everything Mini Cooper SE Drivers Need to Know About Charging an Electric Vehicle
As one of the most affordable electric vehicles currently on the market, with a starting price of just over $30,000 (excluding any tax incentives), the Mini Cooper Electric is a great entry-level EV. Based on the iconic two-door Cooper hardtop, this small hatchback EV is enough for those who commute shorter distances, but a little tight on room and range for longer distances or more than two passengers.
The Mini Cooper Electric is available in three trim levels: Signature ($30,750), Signature Plus ($34,750), and Iconic ($37,750). The base model Mini Cooper EV offers standard features such as dual-zone climate control, heated front seats, LED lighting, and rain-sensing windshield wipers.
The 2023 model of this electric Mini Cooper includes a special edition named the Resolute Edition. This edition includes Rebel Green paint, a white roof, and mirror caps, as well as bronze stripes on the hood. The Resolute Edition comes with 17-inch wheels and sport seats for the driver and front passenger.