Thursday June 4, 2020

It’s a Mini, but not as we know it

Mini’s big new Countryman is a proper crossover

22nd January, 2017
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The new Mini Countryman is pretty much the only crossover that’s actually fun to drive

Perhaps it’s a lingering sensation of being in a post-recession country, but you do have to wonder if there are many people out there prepared to lash out big saloon money on a compact family crossover, no matter how appealing the badge or the 1960s retro styling.

Mini is most definitely hoping that there are more than has hitherto been the case – the outgoing Countryman made up only 103 out of last...

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