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New special edition MINI
MINI One, Cooper and Cooper D Graphite special editions available now.
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MINI has introduced the Graphite, a special edition model that offers extra equipment to boost sales. Available on the MINI One, Cooper and Cooper D it also comes with special paint and trim. Prices start at 13,075 on-the-road.

Dark Silver metallic paint, usually only offered on the Cooper S and John Cooper Works MINIs, is standard on the Graphite models. Other standard features include a Graphite badge on the B-pillars, Piano Black interior and white indicator lenses. The MINI One variant comes with 15-inch alloy wheels while the Cooper and Cooper D are fitted with 16-inch rims. Customers choosing the Cooper also get a choice of black or white bonnet stripes while the One Graphite is only available with black stripes.

To specify all the equipment fitted to the special edition to a standard MINI - assuming you could order Dark Silver paint - would cost 235 to 280 more than the price of the Graphite edition. Prices start at 13,075 for the One, 14,590 for the Cooper and 15,660 for the Cooper D.

The MINI One, Cooper and Cooper D Graphite models are available now.

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