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Mini Countryman 2013

Mini Countryman will benefit from an extensive range of modifications which will further enhance the allure of its boundless driving fun. The modifications designed for the Countryman will be rolled out across all model variants from November 2012. As well as changes to the range of interior colors, interior trim elements and Color Lines, the selection of exterior paint finishes will also be given a refresh. New additions include the suitably expressive color shades Brilliant Copper metallic and Blazing Red metallic. Plus, a restructuring of the equipment packages on offer to customers will make it even easier to customize the Countryman to reflect their tastes.

Customers in the U.S. can choose from three engine variants for the Countryman. The standard 1.6 liter, four cylinder Mini Cooper engine (121 hp) is the standard powertrain, while the turbocharged Cooper S engine is an option delivering 181 hp. There is also the ultra-sporty Mini John Cooper Works Countryman, powered by a turbocharged 208 hp engine. The ALL4 all-wheel-drive system fitted as standard on this top-class performance variant is also available as an option for the Mini Cooper S Countryman.

All models can be ordered with a six-speed automatic gearbox as an alternative to the standard six-speed manual. The impressive efficiency of the engines and gearboxes along with extensive MINIMALISM technology ensure all the Countryman variants achieve an exemplary balance between driving fun and fuel economy.


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