/MINI Countryman UK Pricing and Options

MINI Countryman UK Pricing and Options

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MINI confirmed UK pricing and options of the new Countryman crossover as the car prepares for its market launch this month. The MINI Countryman will be available in seven models but only two of them have ALL4 all-wheel-drive system as standard. The car launches with a starting price of £16,000 as the rumors about a sportier two-door version of the car start to fly around. The countryman is powered by the same range of Mini engines, all of them fully compatible with EU5 emission standards.

hp@ rpm Nm@rpm 0-62 mph Top
Mpg** CO²
One 98 @6,000 153@3,000 11.9 109 47.1 139 £16,000
Cooper 122@6,000 160@4,250 10.5 118 39.2 140 £17,495
Cooper S 184@5,500 240@1,600* 7.6 134 46.3 143 £20,810
One D 90@4,000 215@1,750 12.9 106 64.2 115 £17,000
Cooper D 112@4,000 270@1,750 10.9 115 64.2 115 £18,810

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The MINI Countryman range offers a sparkling array of standard equipment including:

  • 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,
  • RearParkDistance Control
  • MINI Centre Rail system.
  • Multi-function rear seats – the five seat fitment being standard in the UK, although the four seat option will be at no cost.
  • Dynamic Stability Control (DTC for ALL4 models)
  • Electric power steering with Servotronic speed-related assistance
  • Six airbags
  • ISOFIX child safety seat mountings
  • Tyrepuncture 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 (including electrics)
  • Non run-flat tyres
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