For full MPLS, you can go as low as some old 2600s. If you are wanting to use tdp, you can use a lower amount of mem and flash and stick with 12.2 code (IP Plus). If you want ldp, then you would be better using 12.3 or 12.4 code (IP Plus). Your P routers do not have to run BGP, they just need to have "mpls ip" or "tag-switching" ip on the interfaces that are going to participate in the MPLS cloud. Your PEs need to have BGP running to handle the label imposition and popping. If you just want to do vrf-lite or multi-vrf, you can go as low as a 1700.
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