One of our favorite English carmakers, owned by a German company, MINI, has released some new details on the 2015 version of the Countryman.
In case you were wondering what happened to the Countryman, don’t, because MINI hasn’t forgotten it, or better said, it had remembered it. A few months after it was officially unveiled, some new details on it have been released by the company and it seems that it will be getting some new standard and optional features, light alloy wheels, contrasting color for the bonnet stripes, roof and side mirror caps and some other tweaks which will help it set apart.
The 2015 MINI Countryman will also be coming with the 40:20:40 folding seats and the trunk capacity can be expanded to 1,170 liters from 350 liters. Let’s also mention the engine speed and road speed dark dials, the chrome trim on the air vents, the same engine range, which will be continued to be offered on the model in question, but which has been updated and it now meets the Euro 6 emission standards. Keep in mind that the ALL4 all-wheel drive system is also offered. Prices for the facelifted Countryman will start from 16,734 euros, in the Cooper version.