Following on from the One, the Cooper and the Clubman, here comes the Mini Countryman. A 4x4 full of character.
Available in Cooper S sports version (photo) and classic One, the Countryman is 4.1 metres long with a 2.59 metre wheelbase, providing genuine space for four. The loadspace does not lag behind, with a volume varying from 350 to 1170 litres. In the cab, the Mini spirit is perfectly obvious even though the seating position is higher than the other models and the dual panoramic roof brings in more light. The central console still features the imposing speedometer, with a central floor console making an appearance, enabling front and rear passengers to benefit from equipment such as cup-holders and spectacle cases.
Where engines are concerned, the Countryman One D receives the 1.6 diesel developing 90 and the Cooper D a 112 bhp version of this same 1.6. These engines already appear in the P-Tronic additional box-unit range. The petrol engines will range from 98 to 184 bhp.