Earlier this year, in order to reach out and give recent college graduates a helping hand, MINI announced the launch of a new model, aimed directly at them: the 2019 MINI Oxford Edition. This would be a well equipped car offered at a special price for those just starting off on their own after finishing college. Well, the MINI USA office announced today that the offer is now available for Active Duty members of the US Military and its recent retirees.
In order to be eligible you must be an active duty member of any branch of the US Military. Recently retired or honorably discharged members within a 12-month period at the time of verification are eligible to purchase this unique special edition as well. “We’re proud to extend the MINI Oxford Edition offer to active and recently retired or honorably discharged members of the U.S. Military,” said Patrick McKenna, Department Head, Product Planning & Events, MINI USA. “We believe the MINI Oxford Edition provides tremendous value to those who have honorably served in our armed forces and who are looking for a fun, stylish, feature-packed car that won’t break the bank.”
The MINI Oxford Edition is specially configured with $6,900 worth of optional equipment as standard. The MSRP for the MINI Oxford Edition is $19,750 for the 2 door and $20,750 for the 4 door excluding the $850 destination and handling fee. Standard equipment includes the MINI Connected Infotainment System with a 6.5 inch high resolution screen, rear-view camera, park distance control and MINI Teleservices and emergency call. The MINI Oxford Edition also comes with upgraded 17” wheels in silver or black, automatic or manual transmission, dual-pane panoramic moonroof, heated seats, and a choice of six exterior body colors.
If you’re a full-time or part-time student at any two- or four-year accredited college or university or if you recently graduated from college (as in the last 12 months) you can still buy this special offer model. The Oxford Model is also available for students enrolled in post-bachelor’s degree programs, such as graduate school, law school, or medical school.