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Mini Cooper Countryman Fwd 4dr S New Suv Automatic Gasoline 1.6l I-4 16v Dohc Tu on 2040-cars

Year:2014 Mileage:0 Color: White /
 Light Tobacco
Location:

MINI of Austin, 7113 McNeil Dr, Austin, TX 78729

MINI of Austin, 7113 McNeil Dr, Austin, TX 78729
Vehicle Title:Clear
Fuel Type:Gasoline
For Sale By:Dealer
Transmission:Automatic
Body Type:SUV
Condition:

New

VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
: WMWZC3C55EWT00898
Year: 2014
Warranty: Vehicle has an existing warranty
Make: Mini
Model: Countryman
Options: Compact Disc
Mileage: 0
Safety Features: Driver Side Airbag, Passenger Side Airbag
Sub Model: FWD 4dr S
Power Options: Cruise Control, Power Drivers Seat
Exterior Color: White
Interior Color: Light Tobacco
Number of Cylinders: 4
Doors: 4
Engine Description: 1.6L I-4 16V DOHC TURBOCH

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Next-gen Mini could sire 10 different models including PHEV

Sat, 12 Oct 2013 14:01:00 EST

The first generation of the reimagined, BMW-backed Mini was a simple things, confined to two body styles - hatchback and four-seat convertible. It wasn't until the second-generation platform came along that Mini began truly expanding, offering a long-wheelbase model, a roadster, a coupe, a five-door crossover, and a three-door, um, thing?
BMW is aiming for 10 to 12 different vehicles from just two brands off one platform.
According to an interview between Automotive News Europe and the BMW board member that oversees Mini, Peter Schwarzenbauer, the funky British brand will be expanding far beyond the seven body styles it currently offers. "With the new ULK architecture, we currently have in mind eight to 10 models," Schwarzenbauer told ANE. That architecture he mentions, will also underpin the BMW 1 Series GT and the BMW X1, meaning that BMW is aiming for 10 to 12 different vehicles from just two brands off one platform (and that's only what we know about).

Why BMW doesn't plan to integrate Apple's iOS in the Car

Wed, 12 Jun 2013 15:44:00 EST

While watching Apple introduce iOS in the Car during its WWDC keynote on Monday, we wondered how automakers, even the 14 who've already signed up to integrate this new in-car functionality of iOS 7, will feel about having the Cupertino company's mobile operating system supplant their own in-car systems. After all, some OEMs like Ford, General Motors and many luxury automakers have sunk millions of dollars into developing their own advanced infotainment, navigation and communication platforms like MyFord Touch, CUE and older systems like iDrive.
One automaker has now spoken up. A BMW spokeperson was interviewed by someone in the news department of British auto dealer group Arnold Clark and confirmed that the company would not be getting in line to integrate iOS in the Car anytime soon. The reason, as we suspected, is that BMW believes its own products developed over the last decade are both plenty good and already so deeply integrated with other systems of the car that, as told to Arnold Clark, "it would not be that straightforward to start changing all of the architecture of a car as has been implied [by Apple]."
While BMW isn't interested in spending more money to integrate Apple's services and functionality over its own, it has spent a good bit already to integrate iPhone functionality in its cars, including the relatively rare ability to support iPod Out and display Apple's own interface on Mini models with the optional Mini Connected feature, as well as committing to integrate Siri 'Eyes Free' functionality.

Mini fesses up to Countryman clutch issue, plans fix

Sat, 10 Nov 2012 10:02:00 EST

Aside from the general lack of snow in the Midwest earlier this year that hampered our ability to properly play with our Blizzak-equipped Mini Contryman long-term test vehicle, the biggest problem we had with this crossover during the year we spent with it was the transmission. On four different monthly updates (September, October, November and June), all in the hands of different Autoblog editors, the Countryman's clutch was called out for being too finicky, leading to many stall outs. Apparently, we weren't alone in our assessment of the Countryman's clutch woes.
According to MotoringFile, Mini has updated the Countryman with a different clutch material and improved software. This much-needed change is being implemented starting this month, but Mini hasn't said what it is doing about existing 2011 and 2012 Countryman models that are afflicted with this problem.
Head over to MotoringFile to see the full official statement from Mini USA on this issue.