MINI Baker Street (2012)
MINI Baker Street (2012)

MINI have introduced a new model - The MINI Baker Street which go on sale on the 1st March 2012.

The MINI Baker Street, prices start at £16,365 for the MINI One Baker Street and rise to £19,945 for the MINI Cooper D Baker Street Auto.

The MINI Baker Street is available in the MINI One, One D, Cooper and Cooper D guises – the Baker Street can be distinguished by its exterior and interior styling – the standard colour scheme is Rooftop grey metallic with twin black bonnet stripes drawing a V-shape. Pepper White or Midnight Black shades are available as an optional body colour.

The MINI Baker Street Cooper and Cooper D models feature a painted black roof. ‘Baker Street' lettering is added to the side scuttles and door sills and the special edition features 16-inch ‘6-Star' twin-spoke light alloy wheels in a high-gloss black to match the door mirror caps.

The interior is a fresh interpretation of the cloth/leather seats available on the standard MINI Hatch. The diamond-patterned design in stylish Cross Check Rooftop Grey is also used on surfaces around the cockpit and door trim. Contrasting light grey stitching appears on the floor mats, gearstick and handbrake gaiter

Standard equipment on the MINI Baker Street includes the Pepper Pack, so you gain automatic air conditioning, Bluetooth, on-board computer, leather steering wheel, front fog lamps, a multi-coloured interior lighting package and height adjustment for the front passenger seat are all included. DAB digital radio is standard, as it is on all new MINIs.

Published : 20/01/12 Author : Staff


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