MINI Clubman Bond Street revealed

Article Aidan Rennie-Jones
Jan 25, 2013

MINI has unveiled a Clubman Bond Street limited edition, named after London’s shopping district.

MINI has revealed a Clubman ‘Bond Street’ limited edition, named after one of London's most expensive shopping streets. It features a unique interior, with Midnight Black paintwork and 17-inch black alloy wheels.

Other distinctive features include bonnet stripes and the lower sections of the C-pillars finished in champagne-coloured paint. Inside, there are bespoke leather sports seats finished in carbon black, while the champagne colour theme continues on the interior surfaces.

As you’d expect from a special edition MINI, there's lots of kit as standard, such as a Chrome Line interior package, front foglights, leather-wrapped sports steering wheel, climate control, USB and Bluetooth connectivity, rain sensors and automatic headlights.

The Clubman Bond Street will have four engine options – two petrols and two diesels including a Cooper version with 122bhp and a Cooper S with a turbocharged 184bhp engine. The diesel options include a 112bhp Cooper D, and a 143bhp Cooper SD. 

Prices start at £20,275 for the standard Cooper and rise to £24,035 for the Cooper SD, and the order books are open now.

To view the full MINI range, see the CarBuyer MINI reviews page.

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