2020 MINI Countryman

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The 2020 Mini Countryman takes the charm and chutzpah of the brand to a new dimension. The Countryman is still just a small crossover, but it's the biggest vehicle yet from the brand. It's the grown-up Mini for fun-loving grown-ups who need more practicality than the tiny Cooper Hardtop can offer.

Headlining the changes for 2020 is the arrival of a new 301-horse turbo-4 for the John Cooper Works model. Other changes are smaller, such as a subtle bump in range for the plug-in hybrid S E Countryman.

Like the rest of the Mini model range, the base Countrymans get their power from a 1.5-liter turbocharged 3-cylinder that makes 134 horsepower. Uplevel S models get a 2.0-liter turbo-4 that brings power up to 189 horsepower. Both models use a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic. Front-wheel drive is standard, but all-wheel drive is optional.

Stepping into the John Cooper Works buys a new 301-horsepower 2.0-liter turbo-4. It pairs to an 8-speed automatic and mandatory all-wheel drive. It's the hottest Countryman available.

For maximum efficiency, there's the plug-in hybrid S E Countryman. It has 16 miles of all-electric range and nets 27 mpg combined when the gas motor is in operation.

That's not enough to outdo the 3-cylinder, which manages 26 mpg city, 33 highway, 29 combined. Adding all-wheel drive to this powertrain drops figures to 24/33/27 mpg. The 189-hp S engine returns 24/33/28 mpg.

The NHTSA hasn't yet tested the Countryman for crashworthiness, but the IIHS has rated it 'Good'? in all their categories save headlights.

For 2020, the Countryman gets active safety features like automatic emergency braking as standard. Other features like parking assist, adaptive cruise control, and active lane control remain optional.
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The 2020 Mini Countryman takes the charm and chutzpah of the brand to a new dimension. The Countryman is still just a small crossover, but it's the biggest vehicle yet from the brand. It's the grown-up Mini for fun-loving grown-ups who need more practicality than the tiny Cooper Hardtop can offer.

Headlining the changes for 2020 is the arrival of a new 301-horse turbo-4 for the John Cooper Works model. Other changes are smaller, such as a subtle bump in range for the plug-in hybrid S E Countryman.

Like the rest of the Mini model range, the base Countrymans get their power from a 1.5-liter turbocharged 3-cylinder that makes 134 horsepower. Uplevel S models get a 2.0-liter turbo-4 that brings power up to 189 horsepower. Both models use a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic. Front-wheel drive is standard, but all-wheel drive is optional.

Stepping into the John Cooper Works buys a new 301-horsepower 2.0-liter turbo-4. It pairs to an 8-speed automatic and mandatory all-wheel drive. It's the hottest Countryman available.

For maximum efficiency, there's the plug-in hybrid S E Countryman. It has 16 miles of all-electric range and nets 27 mpg combined when the gas motor is in operation.

That's not enough to outdo the 3-cylinder, which manages 26 mpg city, 33 highway, 29 combined. Adding all-wheel drive to this powertrain drops figures to 24/33/27 mpg. The 189-hp S engine returns 24/33/28 mpg.

The NHTSA hasn't yet tested the Countryman for crashworthiness, but the IIHS has rated it 'Good'? in all their categories save headlights.

For 2020, the Countryman gets active safety features like automatic emergency braking as standard. Other features like parking assist, adaptive cruise control, and active lane control remain optional.
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Retail Price

$28,400 - $41,400 MSRP / Window Sticker Price

Smart Buy Price

$339 - $3,710 Nat'l avg. savings off MSRP
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Engine 1.5L I-3
MPG 26 City / 33 Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 7-spd auto-shift man
Power 134 @ 4400 rpm
Drivetrain front-wheel
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