All MINI models will come standard with SiriusXM Satellite radio.
A new lane departure warning system is stadard on all models, as is satellite radio. A larger infotainment system (almost nine inches) is now standard.
The John Cooper Works Clubman has its top speed governor raised to 155 MPH.
New bumpers, front and rear fascias, wheels and grille are some of the exterior enhancements to the Cooper Convertible for 2022. LED headlights are now standard and the fog lights have been removed. Three new colors–Island Blue, Rooftop Grey and Zesty Yellow–have been added.
Fuel mileage rartings are up this year.
Lane Departure Warning is a new feature and it's standard. A heated steering wheel is a new feature, standard on Iconic trims.
The infotainment screen grows to 8.8 inches and the user interface has been redesigned.
All of the same visual changes are bestowed on the 2022 Cooper Hartop 2 Door and 4 Door as the Convertible. In addition to new colors, a special new roof paint is offered: a gradually changing gradient that goes from deep blue to light blue to black. Overall length is almost an inch longer.
Foglights are no longer offered. LED headlights, SiriusXM Satellite radio and lane departure warning are standard. As is the trend, a gloss back finish is an available option for the door handles, fuel filler lid, exhaust tips, MINI logos and model name badges.
The Hardtop also gets a standard 8.8-inch infotainment system. A heated steering wheel is an option.
Cooper SE models also lose their foglights as they receive new fascias. The doors receive deeper convex curves.
Range is up by four miles, to 114, minimal by present competitive standards.
Cooper SE also receive a heated steering wheel, but as standard, not an option. Cooper SE also gets standard lane departure warning and SiriusXM satellite radio.
Top speed of the John Cooper Works Countryman is raised to 155 MPH through reprogramming of the governor.
A heated steering wheel is now available. Lane departure warning and satellite radio are now standard.