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Mini Countryman Plug-In Hybrid joins local range from $57,200

Mini Australia has announced the Australian arrival of its first electrified vehicle to hit our shores – the Countryman Plug-In Hybrid.  Officially dubbed the Countryman SE All4, pricing starts from $57,200, placing it right near the top of the Countryman range with only the performance-focused John Cooper Works variant sat …

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2019 Mini range sees AEB made standard

Mini Australia has announced that AEB will be made standard across its range, with all 3 Door Hatch, 5 Door Hatch, and Convertible models now receiving the previously-optional Driver Assistance Package as standard.  The package, which also includes high-beam assist and speed sign recognition in addition to the previously mentioned …

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2018 MINI John Cooper Works Countryman Review

The MINI John Cooper Works Countryman is the biggest, heaviest, priciest and most potent MINI money can buy today. It’s quite literally the opposite of mini. But there’s a reason for its existence. After capturing the boom of the SUV market with the Countryman, JCW, MINI’s performance division, is now …

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2017 MINI John Cooper Works Countryman is the most powerful ever

MINI has unveiled its largest and most powerful model in the range – the 2017 John Cooper Works Countryman. Scheduled to arrive Down Under in the second quarter to 2017, the JCW Countryman packs a BMW-sourced four-cylinder turbo 2.0-litre engine producing 170kW and 350Nm. Its first public outing will be at …

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MINI Countryman gets mid-life update

The MINI Countryman was first introduced back in 2011. Four years into its life and in a car’s life cycle, this calls for a facelift. So here it is – the 2015 MINI Countryman, officially unveiled ahead of its scheduled debut at the upcoming New York Auto Show. The revised …

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