When you look at the MINI cars, you’re under the assumption that the vehicle itself will probably cost only a pretty penny. Literally. When, in all truth and reality, the MINI is approaching a compelling value trim package, jam-packed with plenty of standard features previously unknown when the vehicle hit the streets in 2018. The MINI has been improving the affordability of these vehicles with the $19.750 price tag. This value deal is well known as the Oxford Edition. They’ve been derivative of the old Morris Oxford sedans most likely. The two-door hardtop MINI Oxford is possibly the most affordable new car that the brand is offering within the United States. This comes in hot at a price of $19,750.
This in itself is $3,150 cheaper than what was known as the MINI Hardtop Classic from earlier in the year. MINI is making it known that the vehicle happens to go upwards to $3,000 in standard equipment. Such features are displaying all sorts of bells and whistles. Such include a bunch new headlights. These are LED and they’re also showing off Union Jack taillights, with a choice between six different paint colors and either black or white mirror caps and roofing. Not to mention an instrument cluster of digital proportions, a touchscreen of 8.8 inch-length and just enough Sirius/XM Radio to listen to all of the Howard Stern they want.
Additionally, $1,500 is a rational price to pay for the Oxford Plus package. This is replaced by a stick with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission on top of a moon roof. Isn’t that a swell idea? Now, this four-door Oxford MINI may start at $20,750. Meanwhile, the Oxford Edition happens to look like the best-configuration for the MINI. With a solid value as well.