Mini's Countryman crossover car will cost from 16,000 when it goes on sale in September.
Top-spec Cooper S models start at 20,810.
Three petrol and two diesel versions will be offered, while Countryman buyers will also be able to specify four-wheel-drive on the top-spec versions a first for Mini.
All cars come with air-con, stability control, DAB digital radio, USB connection and six airbags.
The Countryman gets its motor show debut at the Geneva next month, ahead of its on-sale date of September 18.
Cooper DPower (bhp)
110Average economy (mpg)
64.2CO2 emissions (CO2/g/km)
• Cooper S All4 will cost 22,030, while the Cooper D costs 19,875. Fuel economy and emissions details for the All4 drive models will be released in the summer, says Mini.