MINI Releases Mega Gallery with the 2015 Countryman
Jul 08, 2014 20:30
MINI has released a photo gallery of its facelifted Countryman, with it geting a revised grille, new alloy wheels and new colors and a power increase for the Cooper S Countryman.
It also gains some other customization options including contrasting colors for the roof and exterior mirror caps, bonnet stripes and Sport Stripes as well as Piano Black Exterior. It will receive subtle enhancements such as the dark dials for road speed and engine speed, John Cooper Works logo in the central instrument for the JCW Coutnryman and chrome applications for the ventilation controls.
The Countryman is available with the same engines as the Paceman, two petrol and two diesel units. Each with four cylinders and EU6 compliant.
Mini’s ALL4 all-wheel drive system is optional for the Mini Cooper Countryman, Mini Cooper S Countryman, Mini Cooper D Countryman and Mini Cooper SD Countryman, and standard in the Mini John Cooper Works Countryman.
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