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Mini Countryman facelift: changes in operation and design

Mini Countryman facelift
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S o future buyers of the mini-SUV will have two new ones from November 2012 Body colors (black and red metallic) to choose from, otherwise the body remains untouched by the facelift.

In the interior of the Mini Countryman, the panels of all four doors have been redesigned, making their armrests even more comfortable. The switches for the power windows were also allowed to move from the center console to the front part of the armrests. This means that they are not only easier to reach, with their omission in the center console the storage compartment underneath should also be larger and easier to reach. The large central display in the middle is now framed by a newly designed frame. The four ventilation nozzles also have new frames and an inner ring in glossy black.

Mini Countryman with three-seater rear bench

The rear of the Mini Countryman is now equipped with a three-seater rear bench as standard. Those who prefer the two individual seats can still get them at no extra charge.

The engine range of the Mini Countryman still includes three petrol and three diesel units. All engines are linked to a six-speed manual transmission as standard and, with the exception of the small diesel, can be combined with a six-speed automatic transmission for an extra charge. The prices for the mini SUV remain unchanged. The entry-level model, the Mini One Countryman, starts at 20,300 euros.


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