2011 MINI Cooper Countryman Values

All new for 2011 the MINI Cooper Countryman is a compact four door crossover version of the MINI cooper offered in standard, S, and ALL4 trim levels. The standard FWD Cooper Countryman is powered by a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder engine that produces 121 hp and 114 lb-ft of torque while the Cooper Countryman S comes equipped with a turbocharged 1.6-liter 4-cylinder engine that produces 181 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque. The Cooper S Countryman ALL4 trim has all the same features as the Countryman S with the addition of all-wheel-drive. A 6-speed manual comes standard on both trims but drivers also have the choice of an optional 6-speed automatic. The standard Cooper Countryman gets an EPA estimated 27 mpg city and 35 mpg highway. Top features include HD radio, adaptive xenon headlamps, performance suspension, fully electronic throttle, and the MINI center-mounted speedometer. Safety features are comprised of dynamic stability control, dynamic traction control, park distance control, anti-lock brake security, and an ultra rigid body. The Cooper Countryman is covered by a 4-year/50,000-mile New Passenger Car limited warranty.

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The Countryman is an all-new model for 2011. Slightly longer than the MINI Cooper hatchbacks, the Countryman models also have a hatchback body style that's slightly taller, affording a higher seating position and more interior space. Available "ALL4" all-wheel drive also brings the traction for slippery road conditions as well as light trail use.

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Responsive, nimble driving feel; all-wheel drive; excellent fuel economy; more cargo-friendly interior; higher seating position; available tech features and accessories

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The 2011 MINI Cooper Countryman is a taller, rugged 4-door model that represents MINI's first venture toward crossover vehicles. The Countryman is also the first MINI to offer all-wheel drive, and the first model from the brand to offer adaptive headlamps. With four doors, the Countryman also offers a little more passenger versatility than the MINI Cooper models, while their MINI reputation assures that they'll be more nimble, eager-feeling alternatives to other larger crossover vehicles. Its interior also promises to be more versatile and spacious, with new textured-grain surfaces and trim details, plus cargo solutions including the customizable Center Rail system. With the added value, the Countryman has a starting price that isn't much higher than that of the MINI Cooper.


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