Prices for the new limited edition MINI Clubman Bond Street will start at £20,275 and rise to £24,045 for the SD Clubman Bond Street. Production will begin in March 2013 and as the name suggests this exclusive model will only be available for a limited time.
The MINI Clubman Bond Street is available with the choice of four engines: two petrol engines include the MINI Cooper (122hp), MINI Cooper S (184hp) and two diesel-powered options are the MINI Cooper D (112hp) and MINI Cooper SD (143hp). All engines are mated to a six-speed manual gearbox with a six-speed automatic transmission available as an option.
The MINI Clubman Bond Street is finished in Midnight Black Metallic with a contrasting roof, exterior mirror caps, bonnet stripes and the lower sections of the C-pillars all finished in Cool Champagne. The Clubman Bond Street runs on black twin spoke 17” alloys with the trim ring around their edge in Cool Champagne. And there are ‘Bond Street’ script applied to the side indicator surrounds and on the doors’ sill protection strips.
On the inside you will find lounge leather sports seats finished in Carbon Black with contrasting piping and stitching. The instrument panel is covered in Black/Carbon Black leather, while other interior surfaces are finished in Deep Champagne plus you gain the Chrome Line interior package.
Standard equipment includes front fog lights, Chrome line exterior package, climate control, on-board computer, Bluetooth, USB functionality, rain sensor and automatic headlamp activation, sport leather steering wheel, height adjustment for front seats, the storage package and the lighting package.
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