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2010 MINI Countryman Pricing & Options

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The new Mini Countryman Crossover is the latest variant of the legendary Mini, and although there’s nothing mini about it, but it comes with the same shape as the hatchback model and the Clubman. The car will be on display at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, and is set to be released into the market in September. But the company already announced its MSRP for both EU and UK market.

MINI One Countryman: €20,200 – £16,000 – 98hp – 47.9mpg
MNI Cooper Countryman: €22,500  – £17,510 – 122hp – 46.3mpg
MINI Cooper S Countryman: €26,300 – £20,810 – 184hp – 44.8mpg
MINI One D Countryman: €22,000 – £17,000 – 90hp – 65.7mpg
MINI Cooper D Countryman: €24,200 –  £18,810 – 112hp – 64.2mpg

Standard equipments:

Roof rails that facilitate various attachments like roof boxes or roof racks, Thatcham Category 1 alarm system, Air conditioning, Heated door mirrors and washer jets, Rear park distance control, MINI Central Rail system , Multi-function rear seats.

Options:

Dynamic Stability Control, Electric power steering with Servotronic speed-related assistance, Six airbags, ISOFIX child safety seat mountings, Tyre puncture warning system, Standard Central Bass Hi Fi system with six speakers, DAB digital radio with Radio Boost, Bluetooth telephone preparation, USB connection, Passenger Airbag deactivation, Preparation for a bicycle rack.

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