Table: Mini Shoppers Go for Big Perks

Of 100,000 Minis sold since January:

-- 25% are standard Mini cars starting at $14,200, featuring 90-horsepower engine, four airbags, and antilock brakes

-- 55% are Mini Cooper cars starting at $16,850, with 115-horsepower engine, sport suspension, and footwell lighting

-- 20% are Mini Cooper S cars starting at $19,850, including 163-horsepower engine, leather steering wheel, and a six-speaker CD player

Data: BMW

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