The 2017 Mini Countryman will enter its second generation with a starting price of $26,950 for the gasoline model, while pricing for the new gasoline-electric hybrid will be announced in 2017.
The base model Cooper variant starts off the lineup, and other models will retail for $28,950 for the Cooper ALL4 variant, $29,950 for the Cooper S, and $31,950 for the Cooper S ALL4.
Pricing for the first ever Mini plug-in hybrid model, the Cooper S E Countryman ALL4, will be announced closer to market launch.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet
See all comments