2011 MINI COOPER COUNTRYMAN

The Mini Countryman takes the hallmark driving fun of the brand into a new dimension. It’s the first Mini to come with four doors and a large tailgate, as well as a versatile interior offering space for up to five people. The Mini Countryman is the first member of the Mini family with a body measuring more than 157 inches in length and which can be ordered as an option with all-wheel drive.
Three gas and two diesel engines are available. The selection of gas variants ranges from the Mini One Countryman developing 98 horsepower and Mini Cooper Countryman (122 hp) to the 184-hp Mini Cooper S Countryman, whose 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine is the most efficient unit in its displacement class. The gas models are joined in the line-up by the diesel-powered Mini One D Countryman (90 hp) and Mini Cooper D Countryman (112 hp). All variants of the Mini Countryman meet the ULEV II standard in the U.S.
Optional Mini ALL4 all-wheel drive allows the driving fun you expect from the brand to be experienced off the beaten track as well. The permanent all-wheel-drive system’s quick and precise responses to changing conditions provide a new, traction-led expression of the handling talents for which Mini is famed.
The list of standard equipment includes air conditioning and a CD audio system. A wide range of options are also available, such as exterior paint finishes and interior colors, upholstery variants, trim elements and model-specific equipment items, and high-quality audio and navigation systems.
Base model estimated mpg: 24/31
Estimated starting price: $21,650
Compiled by Motor Matters

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