Special-edition versions of the Mini hatch and Cabrio will only be available until March 2011
1 August 2011

Mini has launched special Soho editions of its three-door hatchback and Convertible models.

The Soho editions – which follow last year’s Soho Clubman edition - will only be available for a limited time until March 2012. They are offered on both Cooper and Cooper D models.

See official pics of the Mini Soho editions

All Soho models will come with White Silver metallic paint, 17-inch Black Star Bullet alloy wheels, xenon headlights with black interior reflectors and white indicators.

The interior boasts a three-spoke sport leather steering wheel, Anthracite headlining and Piano Black interior surfaces.

The Soho hatch will be priced from £16,765 for the 1.6-litre petrol Cooper and £18,045 for the 1.6-litre diesel Cooper D. The convertible will be priced from £19,060 for Cooper and £20,135 for the Cooper D.

Niki Sorabjee

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