Mini Countryman Handle Covers 2 x L, 2 x R 2014 - present
F60 Countryman F54 Clubman and F55 Hatchback (4 Covers 2x L, 2 x R 2014 to present)
Handle Covers suitable for RHD and LHD, options for Comfort access.
Comfort access is also known as key-less entry, so therefor if you have this option on your MINI then you will have a black rubber button on your handle which you press to unlock your door, you don’t need to use your key fob to unlock the car. The comfort access handles come with a hole cut out so that the button is still accessible.
If you do have comfort access then please select the comfort access option.
If you don’t have the small rubber button then you do not have comfort access.
Made from Durable UV resistant ABS plastic finished in a High Gloss Black, Matt black, Chilli Red, or carbon ‘look’ plastic.
Covers existing chrome trim.
High quality Clip on covers, arrive with a protective film to be peeled off on installation.
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