2011 MINI Cooper Countryman
Review, Prices, Comparisons, Pictures
Mini created the Countryman to be their first four door model The Countryman is the heftiest of the Mini line, at just under 3000 pounds. It is wider by four inches, taller by six inches, and longer by 15 inches. There are four bucket seats, two in front and two in the back for passengers. The company put all the standard features into the Countryman as are available on other Mini Coopers. The speedometer still has that cockpit look, the dash and door panels are matte black and done in simple elegance. The radio and CD player are augmented with a USB plug in for using your on-the-go notebook or laptop computer. An iPhone can be used via a docking station or the USB cable. This gives the driver or passengers the freedom to access their email, do a Google search, or carry out other computer tasks. The antenna, mounted on the Countryman's roof, and automatic battery recharging are included standard features. The audio system consists of CD and MP3 players and six speakers. Bluetooth capability is available for the Mini Cooper Countryman as well. A 6.5 inch navigation system can show you maps, your call list, and any business cards you have uploaded. The voice output function can be used to read your calendar entries to you as you drive.
The attractive exterior and the fully accessorized interior of the Mini Cooper Countryman makes it the best choice as a fuel economy vehicle. The provisions for touch screen and connectivity technology make it the choice for on the go communications and entertainment. And lastly, the safety features of this little four door, four wheel drive champ make it the best choice of the small car line.