The complete mitochondrial genomes (mitogenomes) of the tribes Coomaniellini and Dicercini were sequenced and described in this study, including Coomaniella copipes (16,196 bp), Coomaniella dentata (16,179 bp), and Dicerca corrugata (16,276 bp). These complete mitogenomes are very similar in length and encoded 37 typical mitochondrial genes, including 22 transfer RNA genes (tRNAs), 2 ribosomal RNA genes (rRNAs) and 13 protein-coding genes (PCGs). Most of PCGs had typical ATN start codons and terminated with TAR. Among these mitogenomes, Leu2 (L2), Ile (I), Ser2 (S2), and Phe (F) were the four most frequently encoded amino acids. Moreover, phylogenetic analyses were performed based on three kinds of nucleotide matrixes (13 PCGs, 2 rRNAs, and 13 PCGs + 2 rRNAs) among the available sequenced species of the family Buprestidae using Bayesian inference and Maximum-likelihood methods. The results showed that a Chrysochroninae species interspersed in Buprestinae, and Coomaniellini is more closely related to Dicercini than Melanophilini. Moreover, the clade of Buprestidae was well separated from outgroups and the monophyly of Agrilinae is confirmed again. Our whole mitogenome phylogenetic results support that the genus Dicerca can be transferred from Chrysochroinae to Buprestinae; whether Dicercini can be completely transferred remains to be further verified after enriching samples. Our results have produced new complete mitogenomic data, which will provide information for future phylogenetic and taxonomic research.