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About the 2016 Mini Cooper Countryman

Vehicle Summary

When you want an enjoyable ride that just does more, the 2016 Mini Cooper-Countryman subcompact crossover SUV is a fun option to consider. A great ride for singles, couples and small families, the Countryman provides more room than traditional Coopers, along with a range of available powertrain options.

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Q: Are all 2016 Mini Cooper-Countryman four-wheel drive?

A: No, the 2016 Mini Cooper-Countryman is available in both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. The all-wheel drive version, branded by Mini as their ALL4 drive, uses an electro-hydraulic differential that is positioned directly on the transmission's final drive. This allows the Countryman to vary the power distribution from the front to the rear. For typical driving situations, up to half of the vehicle's power is transferred to the rear wheels, while in slippery conditions, this ratio changes to up to all of the power going to the rear wheels.

Q: Does a 2016 Mini Cooper-Countryman get good fuel efficiency?

A: For a subcompact crossover SUV, the 2016 Mini Cooper-Countryman gets fair fuel efficiency. Featuring a 1.6L inline-four engine, the Countryman is available in turbocharged and non-turbocharged versions, as well as with front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. In the non-turbocharged, front-wheel drive version, the Cooper Countryman has an EPA estimate of 26 mpg city, 32 mpg highway and 31 mpg combined, while the turbocharged, all-wheel drive version of the Cooper S Countryman has an EPA estimate of 23 mpg city, 30 mpg highway and 29 mpg combined.1

Q: How much can a 2016 Mini Cooper-Countryman haul?

A: With a 1.6L inline-four engine, the 2016 Mini Cooper-Countryman doesn't have the capacity for towing, but it does have a decent amount of cargo capacity for the subcompact crossover SUV class. With the rear seats in place, there's 16.5 cubic feet of cargo space, and with the split folding rear seat folded flat, this space expands to 42.2 cubic feet of cargo space, plenty of room for a full load of groceries, your team's equipment or a weekend's worth of camping equipment.

Q: What's the difference between the 2016 Mini Cooper-Countryman and the S Countryman?

A: The 2016 Mini Cooper-Countryman is considered to be a base trim, while the S Countryman is a higher, mid-line trim level for the vehicle. The Countryman is typically available in front-wheel drive only with the non-turbocharged engine producing a top power level of 121 hp and 114 lb-ft of torque, while the S Countryman ALL4 all-wheel drive, with a turbocharger available for the engine which increases the available power to 181 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque, significantly higher than the baseline Countryman. As you may expect, the S Countryman also has additional features and options available.

Q: What are some popular features on the 2016 Mini Cooper-Countryman?

A: The 2016 Mini Cooper-Countryman, like so many vehicles in the Mini Cooper lineup, was intended to be a highly customizable vehicle, so it has a wide range of available features, finishes and options. Standard features include power heated side mirrors, simulated leather upholstery, cruise control and front sport seats. Available options include a panoramic moonroof, cloth/leather or all-leather upholstery, heated front seats, a Harman Kardon® stereo system and navigation system. Appearance customization can include a wide range of exterior paint colors, interior finishes and roof graphics.

1Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See

Generation Overview

With styling notes reflecting the Mini Crossover Concept car, the first generation of the Mini Cooper-Countryman was initially revealed at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. It was one of the first Minis to include the ALL4 all-wheel drive system, providing drivers in damp or cold climates and those who live further out of the city with a viable alternative to larger crossovers. The 2011 model year was first offered for sale in the UK in September of 2010. The 2012 model year saw some slight changes, including an updated clutch material and software adjustments to prevent stalling issues and changes to the exhaust system to bring it into compliance with the EU6 emissions standards. The 2014 model year saw some small adjustments, including removing the Centre Rail storage from the rear seat, though it was left in place in the front. 

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