Mini Countryman Owner's Manuals

A relative novelty for Mini connoisseurs appeared in 2010. The model has well preserved the compact signature look, but with an interesting new image. Now you can not only drive around the city, Countryman turned out bigger than its counterparts. The new generation was designed to increase the roominess of the cabin and improve the quality of the running gear.
Of course, the exterior has also changed. It got nice optics and not quite as round as in other Mini models, the wheels and landing has increased. Due to the larger body, visibility has improved slightly. The roof is painted a different color as standard, and the trunk lid is also slightly enlarged. This contender, boldly takes the place of a full-fledged urban crossover.
The interior is very similar to the Cooper, but there is more space. The interior is finished in black, and there is a display in the middle of the console in the familiar oval. The quality of the seats is designed for excellent lateral support and comfortable seating. From electronics also added quite a lot of functions. There are multimedia keys on the steering wheel and there is an airbag for the driver. The gearbox is now automatic, and the main console has a minimum of mechanical controls.
“Countryman” has received three modern equipment packages. The most expensive one offers keyless access, auto headlights, rain sensor, and additional interior lighting. The media system includes a navigator and projection display, driver’s seat adjustment, a touchscreen for data entry, and a smart parking system.