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Mini Kensington 2019 ultra-limited edition Cooper


Mini Australia has announced a limited 'Kensington Edition' range for the Cooper and Cooper S hatch.

The Kensington edition will be priced from $41,900 representing an $8750 price bump over the base automatic Cooper.

The 60 available units will be split over the entire Cooper range, with 15 units available for each of the Cooper three- or five-door and Cooper S three- or five-door variants. The Kensington Edition is only available with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic.

For the extra money, the Kensington Edition will score 'Pure Burgundy' paint (usually only available on the Clubman), bespoke Kensington trim items, including logo-work and illuminated door-sills, as well as an upgraded specification.

Regular specification on the Kensington edition Cooper includes 16-inch black alloy wheels, 8.8-inch multimedia touchscreen with 'Mini Navigation Plus', leather steering wheel, cloth and leather interior, rear JCW roof spoiler, leather steering wheel, LED lighting package (including, of course, union jack tail-lights), and various black and chrome trim touches inside and out.

The Cooper S Kensington Edition adds to that 17-inch black- alloy wheels, full leather upholstery, sports seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, and heated front seats.

All Kensington Editions come standard with Mini's 'Driver Assist Package' that includes key safety items like Auto Emergency Braking (branded as City Collision Mitigation), Forward Collision Warning, High Beam Assist, and Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR).

The Mini Kensington Edition is offered only through an online portal where examples of the limited-edition hatch can be allocated to customers.

Mini Cooper Kensington Edition pricing

Variant Price
Cooper Kensington Edition 3-door $41,900
Cooper Kensington Edition 5-door $43,150
Cooper S Kensington Edition 3-door $52,900
Cooper S Kensington Edition 5-door $54,150

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