MINI USA is updating the Oxford Edition Hardtops for 2022 with even more value. Based on the refreshed 2022 MINI Hardtops, the two and four door Oxford Editions now come standard with more technology, safety equipment and styling updates. Yet MINI has held the line on pricing with $19,750 and $20,750 MSRPs for the two and four door models (excluding $850 shipping charges).
The Oxford Editions’ additional $3,000 in standard equipment along with their $3,150 lower MSRP equates to a total value of $6,150.
“Our specially equipped MINI Oxford Editions are attractively priced to offer potential customers a new MINI that is more attainable than ever before,” said Ishaan Khatri, Product Planning Manager, MINI USA. “In addition to their value, these new 2022 Oxford Edition hardtops offer all the goodness of MINI’s stylish and fun to drive character.”
The MINI Oxford Edition hardtops come with all the must-have standard equipment of the MINI Hardtop Classic Trim, including an 8.8-inch touchscreen media display, front collision + lane departure warning, leatherette upholstery, LED headlights with Union Jack rear lights, a digital instrument cluster and 12 months of Sirius/XM Satellite Radio.
Both two and four door models also comes standard with upgraded 17” wheels in silver or black, Anthracite headliner, dual zone automatic climate control, heated fronts seats. As before customers can choose from a choice of six exterior body colors and black or white contrast roof and mirror caps.
Want an automatic? MINI is offering the option but it will cost you this year $1,500. The good news is that they’re throwing in the always popular sunroof and calling it the Oxford Plus package. Typically both would cost you $2,500.
The MINI Oxford Edition are now available to order at dealerships across the U.S. but be warned. Build slots are a bit more limited than your typical MINI.