MINI originally only let current and recently graduated college students, and active duty and recently retired U.S. military access its Oxford Edition models, but now MINI has announced that anyone can buy one. Up until now the Oxford Edition was only available on the two- and four-door MINI models, but now MINI has also announced the introduction of the 2020 MINI Countryman Oxford Edition.
The Oxford Edition models are all about value, which is why MINI has decided to let anyone buy one. MINI also says that it decided to open them up to everyone to help buyers that are experiencing financial challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For example the MINI Countryman starts at $29,750, including the destination fees, but the Countryman Oxford Edition starts at $26,750.
The 2021 MINI Oxford Edition 2 Door and 4 Door Hardtops come standard with the MINI Connected Infotainment System with a 6.5 inch screen, rear-view camera, park distance control and MINI Teleservices and emergency call. The MINI Oxford Edition hardtops also come with 17” wheels in silver or black, dual-pane panoramic moon roof, and heated seats.
The 2021 MINI Oxford Edition 2-door Hardtop is priced at $20,600 and the 4-door Hardtop is priced at $21,600. The MINI Oxford Edition Hardtops are packed with $6,900 worth of optional equipment no additional cost.