Is Mini Cooper Countryman 2011 a good car?

Is Mini Cooper Countryman 2011 a good car?

The 2011 Mini Cooper Countryman has good fuel economy, plenty of passenger space and does well in crash tests. However, it ranks low in its class due to its weak base engine.

Is the 2011 Mini Cooper Countryman all wheel drive?

The 4-seat 2011 Mini Countryman broadens the brand’s horizons by offering more flexibility in the inherent retro design, both in passenger and cargo room, and by introducing the ALL4 all-wheel-drive system.

How long will a 2011 Mini Cooper last?

A Mini Cooper can last between 200,000 – 250,000 miles on average when properly maintained and driven conservatively. If you were to drive 15,000 miles per year, a Mini should provide 13 – 17 years of service before requiring uneconomical repairs or breaking down.

What kind of car is the Mini Cooper Countryman?

2011 MINI Cooper Countryman models. The 2011 Mini Cooper Countryman is a four-seat compact SUV available in two trim levels: Countryman and Countryman S. The latter can be equipped with an AWD system dubbed ALL4.

What’s the price of a 2011 Mini Countryman?

Competitors in the Mini Countryman’s category include the Nissan Rogue, Suzuki SX4 and the Toyota RAV4. The Mini Cooper Countryman holds a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) just over $22,000. Stepping up to the Cooper S trim bumps up the price to just under $26,000.

What kind of car is the 2011 Mini Cooper?

The 2011 Volkswagen GTI is one of the most fun-to-drive cars in the class, but it’s also a fuel-efficient and utilitarian hatchback with comfortable back seats and good cargo space. The GTI also has one of the most well-made and well-equipped cabins in the class.

What’s the comfort level of a Mini Countryman?

While it exudes the same fun driving characteristics as its Cooper siblings, the Countryman’s ride-comfort level is at the lower end of the 10-point scale; which might not be everyone’s cup of tea. What’s New?