Just a week ago we learned some preliminary pricing details on the 2011 Mini Countryman, which will start at $21,650 ($22,350 when you add in the $700 destination charge). Today we get full pricing details for the Mini crossover.
2011 Mini Cooper Countryman MSRPs:
- Mini Cooper Countryman: $21,650
- Mini Cooper S Countryman: $25,250
- Mini Cooper S Countryman ALL4: $26,950
All the prices shown above do not include a $700 destination charge.
Buyers may also go for the following options on the 2011 Countryman:
- Steptronic automatic transmission: $1,250.
- Mini Connected: $1,000
- Mini Connected w/ Navigation: $1,750
- Automatic Climate Control: $500
- Park Distance Control: $500
- Adaptive headlights: $100
- Convenience Package (Universal garage door opener, Comfort access keyless entry, auto-dimming rearview mirror, rain sensor wipers, auto headlights and Bluetooth/iPod/USB connectivity): $1,250
- Cold Weather Package (power-folding mirrors, heated mirrors and washer jets and heated front seats): $750
- Premium Package (dual-panel panoramic sunroof, automatic climate control, Harman Kardon sound system): $1,750
- Sport Package (18-inch wheels, rear spoiler, sport seats, foglights, dynamic traction control, white turn signals, xenon headlights and stripes): $1,000 to $1,750
Refresher: The base 2011 Mini Countryman is available in the U.S. with a 1.6L 4-cylinder engine making 120-hp and a maximum torque of 118 lb-ft. The Mini Cooper S Countryman model is powered by a 1.6L twin-scroll turbocharged 4-cylinder engine making 180-hp and 177 lb-ft (192 lb-ft with Overboost) of torque. Both models come standard with a 6-speed manual transmission. A 6-speed automatic is available as an option.
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– By: Omar Rana