What are the key standard features of the Mini Countryman?
The trim levels run in parallel with the engines, which means the One is fitted with a digital radio, Bluetooth, USB socket, heated washer jets, roof rails, aircon and rear parking sensors.
Cooper trim level adds alloys, front fog lights and chrome exterior trim.
Cooper S adds sports front seats and sport mode.
John Cooper Works version adds a rear spoiler, body kit, multi-function leather steering wheel and sports suspension.
What are the key options?
Rather than have lots of equipment with each trim level, everything is optioned as packs on the Mini Countryman. The Media pack adds items such as a trip computer, sat nav and voice control. The Chili pack includes auto headlights and wipers, trip computer, xenon headlights and a storage compartment device.
How spacious is the Mini Countryman?
One of the Mini Countryman’s strengths is the cabin space. Not only is there good room up front, but there’s also plenty of rear leg and headroom for adults too. The rear seats also recline slightly and can be slid forward and back to vary the ratio of boot space and legroom. With a boot of 450 litres it’s one of the largest in the segment, although it’s at the expense of rear seat legroom. However, if you’re mainly carrying kids in the back seats then the boot is big.