Just launched during this November Los Angeles Motor Show, the all new generation mini Countryman can already be ordered in the US. The prices are starting at $26,100 for the Cooper variant and $28,100 for the Cooper ALL4 variant.
The Cooper S variant will start at $29,100 and the Cooper S ALL4 variant at $31,100. Pricing for the first ever MINI plug-in hybrid model, the Cooper S E Countryman ALL4, will be announced in 2017 closer to market launch in the U.S.
The best equipped Mini ever launched can be configured with an expansive Panorama Sunroof, Sensatec Leatherette Upholstery, Comfort Access keyless entry, MINI Connected infotainment system with 6.5-inch high-resolution display, Rear View Camera with guidelines, Rear Park Distance Control (parking sensors), Bluetooth supporting Telephone, Audio Streaming, and Siri Eyes Free, Automatic Headlights and Rain-Sensing Windshield Wipers, Fore-and-Aft Sliding Rear Seats with Reclining and 40:20:40 Split-Folding Backrests and 17-inch light alloy wheels (Cooper) or 18-inch light alloy wheels (Cooper S).
Models with ALL4 all-wheel drive also come standard with heated seats. Cooper S models (with and without ALL4) come with standard LED headlights and daytime running lights, bolstered sport seats, and 18-inch light alloy wheels.
An optional Technology Package includes a new 8.8-inch touchscreen navigation system, featuring Mini Connected 5.0, a redesigned and new-generation user interface and operating system, as well as Qi wireless device charging capability and MINI Find Mate personal item tracking tags.
The new MINI Countryman will go on sale in March 2017 at MINI dealers across the U.S. with the MINI Cooper S E Countryman ALL4 plug-in hybrid following in June 2017.