Mini reveals new Soho limited edition models
Mini recently announced that it will name its special edition models after boroughs and landmarks in London and has unveiled the Soho model for its Hatch and Convertible bodystyles.
The Soho name has been used in the past on the Soho Clubman and the same techniques and features will be used on both versions, arriving on UK roads in March 2012.
Both will come with a ‘white silver’ metallic finish which contrast 17-inch black alloy wheels and black-tinted Bi-Xenon headlights on the outside while the interior is dominated by black surfaces and inserts – including a three-spoke leather sports steering wheel – to compliment the dark touches of the exterior.
Soho styling will be available on Cooper and Cooper D models for both the hatchback and the convertible but it is the Hatch which is grabbing the headlines.
While the Cooper Soho Hatch is the cheapest in the range at a price of £16,765, it is the Cooper D version which is the most economical with CO2 emissions of 99g/km and a combined cycle fuel consumption figure of 74.3mpg.
That means no VED charges and exemption from the congestion charge fees in the capital where it gets its name.
The Cooper and Cooper D Convertible models are more expensive with the diesel variant coming in at the top of the range at a price of £20,135.
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