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Description Here's a cross between a Mini and a Sports Activity Vehicle. BMW offers the Countryman as a 4WD option. It makes an impressive profile and reminds me of our old Suzuki Ignis. The options package has all sorts of storage boxes, cupholders, aux-in audio and creature comforts. I'm interested in how tight it feels when trying to get in and out of it. If you opt for the Cooper S, you discover a 1.6 litre petrol with a twin-scroll turbocharger and direct fuel injection.
Date 24 January 2010, 12:59
Source Mini Countryman
Author Bernard Goldbach from Cashel, Ireland


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