Mini Oxford Edition offers more stuff for $19,750
Includes heated seats and wheel, leatherette seats
The size of Mini’s offerings continues to grow, but the brand has managed to keep one thing small: The American starting price for the 2022 Mini Oxford Edition is the same as the 2018 model, staying under $20,000 while adding even more standard equipment to go along with the refreshed Minis that arrived this year.
While we wouldn’t normally associate Oxford with being cheap, Mini has, and the two-door version of the car will start at $19,750, just like in model year 2018. A four-door adds $1,000 to the price, coming in at $20,750, both before destination.
“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.
Like the Cooper Hardtop, the Oxfords will offer an 8.8-inch touchscreen along with faux-leather seating, front collision and lane departure warnings, and a digital dash. They’ll also get the Mini’s LED headlights and Union Jack taillights and 12 months of satellite radio. Extra no-charge kit includes 17-inch alloys, heated front seats, and dual-zone climate control, all extra-cost options on Cooper. This is a manual gearbox car, with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic and panoramic roof a $1,500 option – $1,000 less than usual.
The Oxford Edition 2022 Minis are available to order now, offering a surprisingly low-cost way to get into the Mini brand.