Currently reading: New Mini Countryman Boardwalk special edition revealed
Exclusive variant of Mini’s SUV gets trim and kit upgrades, with just 325 examples to be sold in the UK, priced from £31,600

Mini has detailed a new, limited-run special edition of the Mini Mini Countryman, dubbed the Boardwalk and available in Cooper and Cooper S versions. 

It's priced from £31,600 and available to order now, with 325 examples to be sold in the UK and the first deliveries expected in January. All feature Deep Laguna Blue metallic paint - the same hue offered on the Mini Convertible Sidewalk edition released earlier this year. 

Further external tweaks for the Boardwalk include a contrasting black roof, black roof rails and 19in alloy wheels, plus piano black detailing. An electric bootlid also features, as do LED front and rear lights. 

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Inside, the side scuttles, door entry strips, cockpit fascia and roof sport unique Boardwalk logos. More emphasis has been put on enhancing the standard equipment, with a number of options from regular Countrymans thrown in. 

This includes the Interior Pack and Mini Excitement Pack, bringing mood lighting, illuminated handles and external logo projections from the mirrors. A fully digital cockpit is included, too, alongside cruise control with emergency braking, auto lights and wipers and the Navigation Pack. That adds an 8.8in display, Apple CarPlay, real-time traffic information and a variety of connected and app-based services.

Additional equipment comes courtesy of the Mini Yours Leather and Comfort Plus Pack, which brings climate control, heated seats, floor mats, a front centre armrest and a storage pack. There’s also park assist, front parking sensors, folding and auto-dimming mirrors and front- and rear-view cameras. 

The £31,600 base price is for the manual Cooper. An automatic version costs £33,300. It’s also available as a Cooper S for £33,550 in manual guise and £35,125 as an automatic. 


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