Customer Review Summary for Mini Cooper Countryman
2014 Mini Cooper CountrymanLinda Hewlett - Chester, VA12/29/2016
This is our second Mini and we love them both. It's a car that while small on the outside, it's quite spacious on the inside.
Great car! Mini's rule!!!
2013 Mini Cooper CountrymanPaul Francisco - Kenosha, WI05/09/2015
Great fun! The All4 all wheel version is capable in snow and slick roads. I always feel safe. I have the manual transmission version and I love the fun shifting. The handling on this car is terrific and the pickup with the "S" trim line gives it the pep it needs for the larger "mini". It has a sport mode too in case you want a bit more zip out of the gears. My version came with a lot of extras(heated seats, mini connect technology package with navigation etc, ). it's all
laid out well interior is functional albeit quirky but a good quirky. Styling throughout is very modern and sleek. Car came looking new even though it was a year old. Mini dealership honored its 36,000 or 3Yr free maintenance (oil changes etc)! Would highly recommend it.
I love my Mini!
2013 Mini Cooper CountrymanCyndi - North Port, FL04/20/2015
I have had a Mini Cooper since 2006. I would never drive another vehicle. Mini just fits me as a driver and personality. The gas mileage is great, they are very roomy also! The maintenance is low. The only con is IF there is a major problem it is expensive as it is a foreign car.
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