2011 MINI Cooper Countryman Safety
The Countryman has a number of safety features. The car is fitted with sensors that alert to problems in time to take corrective measures. The All4 four wheel drive system give a better grip on any road, adding great control on any terrain. The automatic stability control plus traction, the ASC+T, stops the front wheels from useless spinning and helps the car get traction. The four disc brakes have an anti-lock and cornering braking system as standard installation. A system called the electronic brake force distribution governs the balance between the front and rear brakes. Additionally, the braking system has a braking assist system that ensures optimal braking pressure with minimal stopping distance. Optional bi-xenon front headlights adjust to the road direction and cut a strong light path ahead in after dark driving. The Countryman has "run flat" tires with reinforced walls that give you more miles to drive to a tire repair service when a tire has an encounter with a rock or nail. This flat tire feature means that if you have to drive five miles to the nearest tire repair shop, the Mini Cooper Countryman will be able to make that drive even if the tire is fully deflated, because the walls of the tires are reinforced to handle such situations. The cross connected underbody means that there is all over crash and rollover protection. To help prevent any injuries in a collision, side and head air bags deploy rapidly for both driver and passengers.