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The exterior part of the 2019 refresh is subtle, but the biggest change is the addition of the British Union Jack to the Mini's tail lights.

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From the side, it's hard to tell what Mini changed with this refresh, though we like the new lightweight alloy wheels.

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Optional LED headlights offer improved visibility and are less likely to dazzle oncoming drivers.

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The new Mini logo goes full German this time around with a new minimalistic, flattened look.

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Mini-logo puddle lights are a first for the brand.

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The new puddle light will stay on for 20 seconds after the door is opened and then closed, or indefinitely if the door is left open.

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Mini interiors haven't changed much over the years but the updates for 2019 include a center touch screen, new lighting and more leather options.

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The Union Jack theme continues inside with optional dash lighting.

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