Mini’s new Countryman will be priced from £16,000 when it goes on sale in the UK on September 18.
The Countryman now gives dealers a four car line-up featuring the hatch, convertible and Clubman.
At launch the Countryman range will include three petrol and two diesel models, as well as two ALL4 all-wheel drive models – the Cooper D ALL4 and Cooper S ALL4.
The petrol engines are the new 1.6 litre power plants already announced for the Hatch, Convertible and Clubman models due in March 2010. The diesel units are shared with the rest of the Mini range.
Two models in the new Countryman range will offer four-wheel drive, for the first time in Mini’s 51 year history. The Mini Cooper D and Cooper S ALL4 models will be available as models from day one. A Mini Cooper ALL4 version will follow in 2012.
The Countryman range is available in 11 exterior colours and eight interior trims.
Cooper S £20,810
One D £17,00
Cooper D £18,810
- 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 – the five seat fitment being standard in the UK, although the four seat option will be at no cost
- 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