Continuing its run of limited edition models, MINI Australia has added the 2019 MINI Countryman Blackheath Edition to its range. Priced from $59,990 drive away, the MINI Countryman Blackheath Edition is based on the Countryman Cooper S and includes more standard equipment, as well as special badging.
Limited to just 60 units locally, the Countryman Blackheath features many black-painted touches including its paint, badging, wheels, mirror caps, stripes and upholstery. The MINI Countryman Blackheath Edition is on sale now.
“Blackheath speaks directly to MINI’s United Kingdom heritage,” said MINI Australia General Manager, Brett Waudby.
“Reinforcing this history via our flagship Countryman range is an exciting opportunity in this market.
“With a striking yet sinister appearance, the Countryman Blackheath Edition really stands out on the road,” he said.
Bespoke touches with the MINI Countryman Blackheath Edition include Midnight Black metallic paint with the same colour featuring on the roof and mirror caps, black 18-inch alloy wheels, gloss black roof and side mouldings, brushed black bonnet stripes, black head- and tailight surrounds, black door handles and black front grille trim. Inside, the Blackheath features Carbon Black upholstery, piano black trim inserts, an anthracite headliner and chrome accents.
The Countryman Blackheath Edition also comes with two equipment packages usually reserved for the options list; the Climate Package offers a panoramic glass roof, privacy glass and heated front seats while the Multimedia Pro Package adds an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with satellite navigation, a 12-speaker Harman Kardon sound system, a colour heads-up display and the company’s Mini Find Me Mate Bluetooth tag system.
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