Mini Countryman C Unveiled: Latest Addition to Mini’s SUV Lineup

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Mini has expanded its third-generation Countryman SUV lineup by introducing the new Countryman C. Positioned as the latest entry point in the SUV range, it joins the ranks of the all-electric Countryman E and the internal combustion Countryman S.

As a model situated below the Countryman S, the Countryman C is powered by a 1.5-litre three-cylinder turbo-petrol engine, delivering 168 bhp and 280 Nm of torque. According to Mini, the C can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 8.3 seconds and achieves a top speed of 212 km/h. The powertrain is also equipped with mild hybrid technology, providing an additional 14 kW (19 bhp) of power during intense acceleration.

The new Countryman C is available in four global trim levels: Essential, Classic, Favoured, and JCW. The Essential, Classic, and Favoured trims adopt a more restrained appearance with less sporty bumpers and wheels, while the JCW trim features a more aggressive aesthetic. Each trim variant boasts distinctive design elements, with the Favoured trim standing out with its contrasting roof, unique front grille frame, and exclusive 20-inch rims in a Windmill Spoke 2-tone design.

Internally, the design theme of the new Countryman is retained, featuring a large circular central touchscreen.

In addition to the Countryman C, Mini has confirmed the upcoming release of the Countryman Diesel, although detailed specifications for this model are yet to be revealed.

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