Cars.com brings us a review of the 2010 MINI Cooper Mayfair Edition. MINI 50 Mayfair and MINI 50 Camden were launched in September 2009 and they ran in limited numbers. Both the 50 Mayfair and 50 Camden, were named after famous boroughs of London. Special body paintwork, light-alloy rims tailored to the car, special materials and surfaces within the interior as well as a range of colors tailored specifically to the MINI 50 Mayfair. Back at the Toronto Auto Show, our own Shawn Molnar gave us a brief description of this limited edition:
“Every so often we are presented with a car that appeals to tradition, one that reminds us of the iconic cars we once drove, or the ones we would most love to drive. Enter the Mini Cooper Mayfair edition, a celebration of 50 golden years spent behind the wheel of some truly invigorating cars.
Special attention is paid to the interior design and upholstery. Classic fog lamps are added above the bumper line and a “50” badge proudly displayed on the front grill. Lettered doorsills greet you upon entry and exit. Gorgeous Toffy leather with two-tone green stitching sets the tone inside and feels rich and supple to the touch.
Now, let’s have a look at the video review provided by Cars.com