Who’s not familiar with the Mini? Oh, come on! Haven’t you seen Mr. Bean’s cutesy car? That’s the Mini!
The classic Mini is considered a British icon, much as how the Volkswagen Beetle is to Germany. Since its creation in 1959, the Mini has undergone countless changes and one of these is the introduction of its first 4-door, all wheel drive (AWD) crossover., the 2011 Mini Cooper Countryman.
So, what should you expect with this new addition to the Mini family?
First off, the 2011 Mini Cooper Countryman is the largest being 15.7 inches longer than the Mini Cooper. A three-place bench seat may be ordered at no extra cost to make the backs seats accommodate three passengers instead of the usual two. It is powered with a 1.6 L 4-cylinder engine which guarantees a turbo-charged drive.
United British Automobiles, Inc., Mini Cooper importer in the Philippines, announced that they will be offering the Mini Cooper Countryman this 2011.