MINI Countryman (2014)
MINI Countryman (2014)

MINI has released details of the new Countryman that is due to be launched July 2014.

The MINI Countryman has been given a fresh new look for 2014, it is not a new model as with Hatch but a revised reworking with a few nips and tucks. To date MINI have sold over 350,000 of the crossover model, which is available with two and all wheel drive. Most of the cosmetic surgery focuses around the front end with a new grille and the option of LED fog lights.

There have been a number of revisions to the power plants, which comprise of 4-cylinder petrol and 4-cylinder diesel engines; all engine types now with emission rating according to EU6 emission standard and are more efficient. 6-speed manual transmissions are standard across the range with a 6-speed automatic transmission available as an option (exception: MINI One D Countryman); MINI specific all-wheel drive system ALL4 is optional on the MINI Cooper Countryman, MINI Cooper S Countryman, MINI Cooper D Countryman and MINI Cooper SD Countryman, as standard in the MINI John Cooper Works Countryman.

There are new LED daytime driving lights; -options include xenon headlamps and adaptive turning light, MINI navigation system, Sport Button, sports suspension, sports leather steering wheel with shift paddles for automatic transmission, multifunction steering wheel with cruise control, Harman Kardon hi-fi speaker system and model-specific John Cooper Works accessories.


Published : 16/04/14 Author : Staff

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