Puritans speak into their English breakfast tea when Mini first introduces Countryman, an all-wheel-drive vehicle that expands the definition of the word “mini.” However, it allows the brand to play in the growing (and profitable) compact crossover segment.
For 2021, MINI Countryman gets some new style cues and a raft of fresh interior decoration.
In front there is a new grille arranged, along with LED head and fog lamp which is now standard in all ranks. The Countryman taillights feature Union Jack shadows, a styling that has appeared on other models in the past and will definitely be taken by several wonks as thumbs in the eyes behind Brexit (no, by the way).
Changes are more easily recognized in the car. An optional digital instrument display is now available, measuring 5.0 inches and providing a simple black panel display when the car is dead. The typical mini round display unit remains and continues to be the size of a dinner plate. The graphics have been updated and the screen size has jumped to 8.8 inches, with an audio control panel, buttons for danger lights, and a driver assistance system now integrated more seamlessly.
The engine is common, starting from a 134-hp wad in the basic car; for a delicious 301-horse factory in the zoomy JCW trim. Among these, customers will find the S 189-horsepower model; and the SE hybrid with 220 ponies combined from a gasoline engine and electric motor. In Canada, all Countrymans are standard with the ALL4 brand all-wheel-drive system.
Manual transmission does not exist at this time. All models get an economical Steptronic 8-speed transmission for the SE, which produces six wheels because of the unique hybrid powertrain.
The new Model 2021 will arrive in the Canadian showroom later this summer, except for further coronavirus disasters. Price and fuel economy ratings will be available closer to the market launch.
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