The MINI Countryman is an adventurer. Equipped with a go-anywhere attitude, it transforms from undercover urbanite to intrepid explorer in an instant. Just under 4.3 metres long, it is a versatile SUV which is also optionally available with ALL4 all-wheel-drive. Offering ample room for five people, luggage and all those memories you pick up on the way, the MINI Countryman is ideal for an active lifestyle with your family.
2010 - 2016
Breaking into the Sports Activity Vehicle category, the Countryman is the biggest MINI in the range, featuring a command driving position and greater ground clearance than other models. Launched with a wide range of engines, petrol and diesel, each Countryman could also have the optional ALL4 all-wheel drive system which uses electric control to distribute power between front and rear wheels. The interior retained typical MINI aesthetics such as the central console, with plenty of room for the whole family.
In 2014, the Countryman received a minor facelift, with changes to the radiator grille alongside improved driving performance and fuel consumption. The interior boot space was increased with folding rear seats for extra space in the back increasing volume from 350 to 1170 litres, plenty for any journey.
2017 - 2020
The size of the Countryman was increased and the car was given a more rugged look to emphasise it's SUV credentials. The MINI ALL4 all-wheel drive system was upgraded to ensure impressive performance across all terrain, whilst the Plug-In Hybrid models introduced an alternative drive train to pave the way for more sustainable driving.
2020 - Present
The 2020 update featured upgraded electronics on the inside and out, such as the new touchscreen dashboard. Plug-In Hybrid cars also received upgraded batteries to deliver even more emission-free driving. At the opposite end of the spectrum, an updated JCW model was introduced, delivering 306 HP, a substantial uplift in performance.