Customer Review Summary for Mini Cooper Countryman
What a blast!
2012 Mini Cooper CountrymanDavid Miller - West Palm Beach, FL08/06/2016
My third Mini, the first two being hard tops. The Countryman is larger, sits higher and obviously has more cargo capacity. BUT it is just as fun as its little sibling. I have the S with a six speed, Harmon Kardon sound, HID headlights, rain sensing wipers and the split back seat (4 seater) instead of the bench back seat. I love the six speed but then again I loved the automatic in my hardtop S so I don't think you can go wrong either way. This car makes getting from A to B even if it is a long drive fun and it looks good doing it!
Great experience buying my first car from a dealer
2014 Mini Cooper CountrymanMolly Mcclain - Albuquerque, NM03/22/2017
I love the speed and comfort. Not great gas milage
I love this car!
2012 Mini Cooper CountrymanPaula F - Torrance, CA11/27/2016
It's a fun little car with great gas mileage and personality. I can park anywhere and it has a nice pick up to it.
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