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MINI Cooper Countryman 2012

Base

(1 trip)

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Distance included

Day

250 mi

Week

1750 mi

Month

7500 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

The car

MINI Cooper Countryman 2012

Base

(1 trip)

31 MPG

Gas (Regular)

5 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Ashanti
Ashanti
1 tripJoined Apr 2021

Typically responds in 11 minutes

Ashanti has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

(This car is an automatic) Mini Cooper Countryman serves as the brand’s entry into the small-crossover segment. It has a taller stance and, unlike other Coopers, it has four conventional side doors. It competes against the Volkswagen Tiguan and Nissan Juke. The list of premium options includes a two-tone leather-covered instrument panel and steering wheel, 17-inch alloy wheels and special seat upholstery finishes. The Countryman is instantly recognizable as a Mini, but it loses some of the “cuteness” that’s been a defining element of the regular Cooper. The front grille is larger and more upright, and the headlights aren’t circular like they are on the Cooper. Overall, the Countryman’s front-end styling is more aggressive and serious. Roof rails are standard. The addition of rear side doors does wonders for backseat ease of entry, which is a problem in the Cooper. • 17-inch wheels with run-flat tires • rear-window wiper • sport suspension • dual-panel panoramic moonroof • xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights • heated side mirrors Interior The Countryman’s cabin draws heavily on the regular Cooper for inspiration, with a tachometer in front of the steering wheel and a large center-mounted speedometer. However, its styling makes a departure from the Cooper’s with the Center Rail system, which consists of two rails that go from the front of the cabin to the backseat, separating the standard bucket seats in each row. The system provides owners another way to customize their Mini by adding various attachments to the rails, such as cupholders and storage bins. For enhanced passenger space and comfort, the Countryman’s rear bucket seats can slide up to 5.1 inches, and they also recline. The cargo area measures 12.2 cubic feet, which is similar to what a compact sedan offers, but it increases to 41 cubic feet after folding the rear seats. Interior features include: • simulated leather seats • heated seats • CD stereo with MP3 jack • tilt/telescoping steering wheel • configurable ambient lighting • Harman/Kardon premium stereo The Cooper Countryman has a 121-horsepower, 1.6-liter four-cylinder. • six-speed automatic • front-wheel drive • electronically controlled limited-slip front differential Safety features include: • antilock brakes • side-impact airbags for the front seats • side curtain airbags for both rows • electronic stability system

Features

Manual transmission

AUX input

Bluetooth

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Pet friendly

Sunroof

USB charger

Guidelines

Dogs are welcome, but please cover the seats if you have pets and return the car clean. NO SMOKING is allowed in the vehicle.

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Vehicle Image

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The car

MINI Cooper Countryman 2012

Base

(1 trip)

31 MPG

Gas (Regular)

5 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Ashanti
Ashanti
1 tripJoined Apr 2021

Typically responds in 11 minutes

Ashanti has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

(This car is an automatic) Mini Cooper Countryman serves as the brand’s entry into the small-crossover segment. It has a taller stance and, unlike other Coopers, it has four conventional side doors. It competes against the Volkswagen Tiguan and Nissan Juke. The list of premium options includes a two-tone leather-covered instrument panel and steering wheel, 17-inch alloy wheels and special seat upholstery finishes. The Countryman is instantly recognizable as a Mini, but it loses some of the “cuteness” that’s been a defining element of the regular Cooper. The front grille is larger and more upright, and the headlights aren’t circular like they are on the Cooper. Overall, the Countryman’s front-end styling is more aggressive and serious. Roof rails are standard. The addition of rear side doors does wonders for backseat ease of entry, which is a problem in the Cooper. • 17-inch wheels with run-flat tires • rear-window wiper • sport suspension • dual-panel panoramic moonroof • xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights • heated side mirrors Interior The Countryman’s cabin draws heavily on the regular Cooper for inspiration, with a tachometer in front of the steering wheel and a large center-mounted speedometer. However, its styling makes a departure from the Cooper’s with the Center Rail system, which consists of two rails that go from the front of the cabin to the backseat, separating the standard bucket seats in each row. The system provides owners another way to customize their Mini by adding various attachments to the rails, such as cupholders and storage bins. For enhanced passenger space and comfort, the Countryman’s rear bucket seats can slide up to 5.1 inches, and they also recline. The cargo area measures 12.2 cubic feet, which is similar to what a compact sedan offers, but it increases to 41 cubic feet after folding the rear seats. Interior features include: • simulated leather seats • heated seats • CD stereo with MP3 jack • tilt/telescoping steering wheel • configurable ambient lighting • Harman/Kardon premium stereo The Cooper Countryman has a 121-horsepower, 1.6-liter four-cylinder. • six-speed automatic • front-wheel drive • electronically controlled limited-slip front differential Safety features include: • antilock brakes • side-impact airbags for the front seats • side curtain airbags for both rows • electronic stability system

Features

Manual transmission

AUX input

Bluetooth

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

Pet friendly

Sunroof

USB charger

Guidelines

Dogs are welcome, but please cover the seats if you have pets and return the car clean. NO SMOKING is allowed in the vehicle.

Ratings and reviews

Book this car and be the first to review it.

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address

Distance included

Day

250 mi

Week

1750 mi

Month

7500 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

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