Well, catch this, MINI is offering the 2019 Cooper Oxford Edition at a very low cost for college students and recent graduates. In the US.
A little note to remember about this Cooper Oxford Edition, which is MINI’s latest addition in its current line - the car is named after Oxford (yes, that place in England) that is the home of MINI craftsmanship.
At a price of just P1,065,028 ($19,750) for the three-door variant, while P1,116,318 (P20,750) for the five-door, college students throughout the US can already drive home a MINI. Feeling envious yet? That’s not all; this special edition also comes with P371,292-worth of optional equipment ($6,900) for no additional cost. Yup, all for free for a car that offers MINI’s signature go-kart handling, turbocharged excitement, and the British brand’s signature design.
The said offer is available to all current full- or part-time college students of any two- or four-year accredited colleges and university, students enrolled in post-bachelor's degree programs (graduate, law, or medical school), as well as recent graduates in the US.
“The MINI Oxford Edition represents a tremendous value for college students and recent graduates who are looking for a fun, stylish car that won’t break the bank. Eligible students and graduates can save thousands on a well-equipped MINI that is ideal to get them to get to campus or their first job out of school in style.”
Standard in the 2019 MINI Oxford Edition are the MINI Connected Infotainment System, a 6.5-inch high-resolution screen, rear-view camera, park distance control, and MINI Teleservices as well as emergency call. The car is fitted with 17-inch silver or black alloy wheels, while the body is available in six colors.
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