What is the MINI Oxford Edition? Well, it is a smooth, paved road to a classic vehicle that is fun, quirky, agile, and, of course, safe. In their effort to be the best car for students, the Oxford Edition has been exclusively reserved for those who are attending college, those who have graduated college within the last year, active military members, and recently retired military members. And no, you don’t need to attend Oxford – the line is an ode to MINI’s production roots in Oxford, England. But, given the chaos of the pandemic, the brand is opening the program to everyone!
2020 MINI Oxford Edition Review
MINI is rolling out the Oxford Edition to all US customers. Vice President, MINI of the Americas, Mike Peyton, says, “Our Oxford Editions are all about offering MINI models with incredible value at an attractive price, without giving up style, substance, and MINI’s fun-to-drive characteristics.” Already one of the more accessible luxury vehicles, the Oxford Edition makes MINIs within reach of more customers.
The MINI Oxford Edition comes with a price cut of about 25%. That means that you can pick up an already-reasonable Cooper Hardtop 2-Door or 4-Door (which start at about $20,000 and $21,000 respectively), for several thousand dollars less. And it won’t be stripped down, bare-to-the bones, college-budget empty either: all MINI Oxford Edition Hardtops have a 6.5 inch infotainment screen, park distance control, Bluetooth, backup camera, panoramic sunroof, and six-speed manual or automatic transmission.
MINI has also added the Countryman to its Oxford lineup, allowing buyers to pick up more room without breaking the bank.
MINI was founded during a fuel crisis and has always been priced to drive and own. This heritage continues with the MINI Oxford Edition, now available to all. Visit Braman MINI to learn more.