2013 Mini Cooper Countryman S All4 Hatchback 4-door 1.6l on 2040-cars
Rahway, New Jersey, United States
Welcome to my listing for a 2013 Mini Cooper Countryman S ALL4 Turbocharged 1.6L with under 13000 pampered miles oil changed every 4000 mile in excellent condition with extended 5 year bumper to bonnet Maintenance/Warranty that covers everything oil changes, Brakes and Rotors, Wipers, Air and cabin filters and anything that requires maintenance and or repair with 4 years left on policy. options include Premium Package 2 Includes: Dual Pane Panoramic Sunroof And Rain Sensor and Auto Headlights And Automatic Climate Control, Sport Package Includes: 17" Alloy Wheels, Turbo Fan And Rear Spoiler And Sports Seats And Fog lights And Dynamic Traction control, STEPTRONIC Automatic Transmission Steering wheel; Transmission: automatic with manual mode; Emissions: ( 5.4 annual tons of CO2) Fuel economy: Gasoline 25 MPG city, 30 MPG highway and 27 MPG combined; Weights: published curb weight (lbs): 3,020; 4.643:1 axle ratio, Bonnet Stripes Black, Comfort Access Keyless Entry Comfort Access smart card/smart key with keyless entry includes keyless starter with Card key power locks; Vehicle start button, Heated Mirrors and Washer Jets Heated driver and passenger door mirrors, Power folding Mirrors, Center Armrest, Rear Center Armrest, Rain Sensor and Auto Headlights, Adaptive Light Control, Harman/Kardon Premium Sound Ten harman/kardon® speakers and dealer installed options include, Dash mounted Navigation thats hard wired and mounted with free lifetime map upgrades, Roof Rack with load stabilizers, 4 wheel mud guards, front and rear window visors, weathertech molded floor mats front and rear with tinted windows, I'm sure that I'm forgetting other items I'll update as I remember I'm also available to answer any questions you may have by calling 908-463-3824.
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Current Book Values are as followed:
NADA - $30,575.00
KELLEY BLUE BOOK - $28,389.00
BLACK BOOK - $30,400.00
Mini Countryman for Sale
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Thu, 11 Sep 2014 11:30:00 EST
The Mini Cooper five-door hatchback, which the company insists on calling the Mini Hardtop 4 Door, doesn't start arriving at US dealers until January 2015. However, if you dig the latest model's styling but can't live without the two extra doors, you can start speccing one right now in the recently launched configurator.
Wed, 14 Aug 2013 10:31:00 EST
The new five-door hatch isn't just the standard model with extra doors squished in. It rides on a 2.8-inch longer wheelbase and is 6.3-inches longer overall. That means more room for rear passengers and extra space to haul stuff in the boot. The engine options are shared though with a 1.5-liter turbocharged three-cylinder with 134 horsepower and 162 pound-feet of torque for the Cooper or a 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder with 189 hp and 207 lb-ft in the Cooper S. Both are available with a six-speed manual or automatic.
Prices (including destination) for that extra space starts at $21,450 for the Cooper or $25,100 for the Cooper S, which is $1,000 more than the three-door in both cases. However, like any modern Mini, these guys are extremely customizable from the factory. There are an array of colors, 10 option packages and a ton of other add-ons to choose from.
As we approach the November 18 debut of the new Mini Hardtop, the trickle of news is starting to increase. We've already shown you the exterior of the new hatchback, and now we can show you the interior. These images, captured by Car News China, show a cabin that maintains a few key Mini styling items, but is a fairly progressive evolution of the current R56 model.
Fri, 11 Apr 2014 14:58:00 EST
Mini's most iconic interior treatment, its center-mounted speedometer, is now gone. The new speedo sits atop the steering column, flanked by a (too tiny, in our opinion) tachometer. In the speedometer's former position are the radio controls. Our friends in China put it best when they say, "The large dial is much uglier than before." There's a mass of buttons and unfriendly black plastic that, at first glance, look far cheaper than the rest of the cabin. Of course, we'll wait to see how this is all ironed out for the production-spec car.
The other parts of the interior, however, look quite good. There's a small bank of toggle buttons at the bottom of the center stack, and the checkerboard dash insert looks clean as well. The seats sport extensions for the bottom cushions, meaning there'll be the option of more support for drivers with longer legs. GTI fans might also notice the plaid bolsters on the seats. Mini's treatment is a bit more subtle than what you'd see on a Volkswagen, though.
The standard Mini Countryman is a bit of an odd duck against the backdrop of 'normal' small crossovers like the Mazda CX-5 and the Ford Escape, but I sort of get it. Apply the same winning Mini formula to a CUV, and you get a smaller-than-average entry in the segment, one that is far more entertaining to drive than the norm, more stylish inside and out and pretty expensive when cross-shopped. That list of qualities doesn't appeal to all crossover shoppers, sure, but it intrigues a big enough list that the Countryman has reason for being.
Now, add the expensive John Cooper Works package to the Countryman's already niche goodies list, and Mini starts to lose me. So, I'm getting the softer suspended, taller, generally less dynamically joyful version of the brand's core values, but now you're charging me at least $35,000 ($13k more expensive than the basic, front-drive Cooper Countryman and $7k more than the MSRP of the Cooper S All4 version)? What's that? You're going to make it look like a garish, tippy-toed tuner car in the process? Take my money.
Or, actually, let me keep it. I can swing with a lot of the weirdness that Mini has to offer, but this car pushed me past my limit.