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2013 Mini
Cooper

$11,998* 75K miles
CarMax Virginia Beach
$149 Transfer to your store - VA to VA
$149 Transfer to your store - VA to VA
Key Features
Location: CarMax Virginia Beach in Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452
Description: Used 2013 Mini Cooper Countryman for sale - $11,998, 75,129 miles with Run Flat Tires, Leatherette Seats, Panoramic Sunroof, Front Seat Heaters, Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input
Transmission: Manual 6 Speed Color:Red Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.667 reviews) Both my wife and I fell in love with this car. We have a 2008 Cooper Clubman S. Given its light weight, small size and turbo engine it performs well. It can be used as a daily driver given its gas economy. It really is the best of both worlds. Do get the S rather than the standard as we drove both and noticed a significant performance difference between the two models Pros- Performance, Really fun to drive (like a go kart). gas economy, clubman has decent storage room and rear leg room, both versions have decent front leg room, due to the fact that minis are customized you'll be hard pressed to find two of a kind Cons- rough ride (we have the 18 inch rims which adds to the roughness), the turbo lag is very noticable in the older models (our 2008 is noticable), BIGGEST ONE CON IS THE COST OF SERVICING THIS VEHICLE so do your homework on what it will cost to own this puppy after you drive it off the lot.

About the Mini Cooper-Countryman

Vehicle Summary

The Mini Cooper-Countryman is a subcompact four-door SUV that was introduced by Mini Cooper in 2011. Since then, it has undergone some changes and is currently in its second generation of production (2017-present). The Mini Cooper-Countryman is a truly unique vehicle that blurs the lines between SUV and wagon, offering seating for up to four people and up to 17.6 cubic feet of storage space behind its rear row (2019 model year). In the current generation (2017-present), the Countryman is even available in a hybrid trim (the S E).

If you're looking for a vehicle that will turn heads and that comes with a number of available engine configurations, the Mini Cooper-Countryman may be right for you.

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Mini Cooper-Countryman Trim Configurations

The Mini Cooper-Countryman is currently in its second generation of production (2017-present) and has undergone many changes over the years. During its first generation (2011-2016), three engine options were available: a standard 1.6L four-cylinder at 121 hp, a turbocharged 1.6L at 181 hp, and a turbocharged 1.6L at 208 hp.

Beginning with the 2017 model year, the Countryman is offered with a standard turbocharged 1.5L three-cylinder engine at 134 hp, an optional turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder engine at 189 hp, a more powerful turbocharged 2.0L engine at 228 hp, and a unique turbocharged three-cylinder with electric motor and 7.6 kWh battery at 221 hp.

Mini Cooper-Countryman First Generation (2011-2016)

Unless otherwise noted, the following trim features are based specifically on the 2016 model year:

Base

  • 17-inch wheels (alloy)
  • Automatic climate control
  • Keyless ignition and push-button start
  • Roof rails
  • Leatherette upholstery

Cooper S

  • Optional all-wheel drive
  • Turbocharged 1.6L engine at 181 horsepower
  • Sport seats
  • Dynamic traction control

John Cooper Works

  • Turbocharged 1.6L engine at 208 hp
  • Standard all-wheel drive
  • Larger 18-inch wheels
  • Cloth upholstery
  • Sport-tuned suspension

Mini Cooper-Countryman Second Generation (2017-Present)

Unless otherwise noted, the following trim features are based on the 2018 model year:

Cooper

  • 17-inch wheels with summer performance tires
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Simulated leather upholstery
  • Rearview camera with parking sensors
  • Keyless entry and ignition

Cooper S

  • Sport front seats
  • Stability control options
  • Larger 18-inch wheels
  • Optional eight-speed transmission

John Cooper Works

  • Rear spoiler
  • Sport-tuned suspension
  • Standard manual transmission
  • Bolstered front seats

Cooper S E

  • Electric motor and battery pack
  • Sport seats
  • Stability control features/options
  • Optional panoramic sunroof

FAQ

Q: Are all Mini Cooper-Countryman 4x4?

A: No, the base Mini Cooper-Countryman comes standard with front-wheel drive across all model years. All-wheel drive is optional on some trims and standard on others. For example, on the 2019 Countryman, all-wheel drive comes standard on the John Cooper Works trim.

Q: What is the ground clearance of the Mini Cooper-Countryman?

A: Ground clearance may vary from one model year to the next, though the 2018 Mini Cooper-Countryman base trim has a ground clearance of 5.91 inches.

Q: Does the Mini Cooper-Countryman have a BMW engine?

A: Considering BMW acquired the Mini brand in 1994, all Mini models technically have a BMW engine. Specifically, the 2018 Mini Cooper-Countryman base trim comes standard with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine at 228 hp.

Reviews for Mini Cooper

Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5(495 reviews)

Odd car

2013 and other older years have controls in inconvenient locations. Put a cup in holder and you can't operate windows. Trunk opening so tight. A Kurig will not fit through the opening, that's how tight it is. If you ride around by yourself carting nothing more than a purse or laptop you may like this tiny car, but be sure before you commit. I have to say it is peppy! And of course you can park it anywhere. Good things for sure.

- Pat Pomrenke, 2013 Mini Cooper

Great GO KART and Daily Driver

Both my wife and I fell in love with this car. We have a 2008 Cooper Clubman S. Given its light weight, small size and turbo engine it performs well. It can be used as a daily driver given its gas economy. It really is the best of both worlds. Do get the S rather than the standard as we drove both and noticed a significant performance difference between the two models Pros- Performance, Really fun to drive (like a go kart). gas economy, clubman has decent storage room and rear leg room, both versions have decent front leg room, due to the fact that minis are customized you'll be hard pressed to find two of a kind Cons- rough ride (we have the 18 inch rims which adds to the roughness), the turbo lag is very noticable in the older models (our 2008 is noticable), BIGGEST ONE CON IS THE COST OF SERVICING THIS VEHICLE so do your homework on what it will cost to own this puppy after you drive it off the lot.

- Al from the IE, 2008 Mini Cooper

Fantastic car to drive.

I have loved this car from the moment I drove it. It's been fun to drive and has been a solid car. Whether zooming through twisty roads or taking it out for long drives, it's comfortable and won't leave you aching. I've heard that they're not super reliable but I haven't had a bit of trouble. Proper maintenance and care will make this last a long time.

- Jim McLain, 2011 Mini Cooper

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