There doesn't seem to be much change to the 2015 MINI Countryman here. It is heading to New York with some exterior tweaks to its hexagonal radiator grille along with some differences like a pair of matte silver ribs on the Cooper, LED fog, parking and driving lights that are standard on the Cooper S and JCW and optional on the Cooper.
There's also a new metallic shade - Jungle Green, along with other colors not pictured - Midnight Grey and Starlight Blue.
Inside, MINI says it added sound-deadening material to optimize "acoustic comfort", while all trims now come with the same anthracite-colored dials for the engine speed and road speed display as the JCW.
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