College students and recent grads, heads up. Mini just unveiled the Oxford Edition of its two- and four-door Cooper hatchback at a significant discount, and both versions come with what Mini claims is up to $6,900 worth of equipment at no extra charge.

If you’re currently a college student or just recently graduated, you can get the two-door for just $20,600. However, if you’re willing to shell out a bit more, you can get the four-door for $21,600. Both include the mandatory $850 destination fee. Just so you know, both those prices are lower than the cheapest Mini that you can build on the company’s online configurator.

The added equipment comes from Mini’s higher trim levels. You’ll get features like Mini Teleservices with emergency call, heated seats, and a dual-pane panoramic sunroof. You’re also getting 17-inch wheels in silver or black, and you can opt for either automatic or manual. There are six exterior body colors to choose from. All but Moonwalk Grey are a $500 option on the Classic model.

The Mini Oxford Edition is available to both full- and part-time students of any two- or four-year accredited college or university. Those who have graduated in the last 12 months are also eligible. Students taking up their master degrees are also included. Time to get that sweet, sweet ride for your internship!

“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,” said Mini.


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