MINI Countryman gets updated for 2013 model year image

The British based automaker MINI has recently released the first images and details with the 2013 Countryman, which has received some updates.

According to the car manufacturer, the 2013 MINI Countryman is receiving new exterior colors, like the Blazing Red Metallic or the Brilliant Copper Metallic. The changes are being continued in the cabin where the model is receiving a new console layout, door armrests and door inserts, along with the window switches which have been moved to the doors from the center console and the driver’s door is now incorporating controls for all the windows and for the side mirrors.

In standard, the 2013 MINI Countryman is getting the three-seater bench, but the individual rear seats are available for order at no cost. The engine lineup for the updated Countryman remains unchanged and the model is still getting three petrol and three diesel units under its hood, ranging from 89 HP to 181 HP, along with the JCW version and its 215 HP. All-wheel drive is only standard on the JCW model and remains an option for the Cooper S, Cooper SD and Cooper D Countryman. The updated Countryman will start from 16,510 GBP in the UK and it will arrive in showrooms in November.