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New Mini Countryman launched at Rs 39.50 lakh in India.

by Navyatha Sandiri
  • Inspired by Cooper S and Cooper S JCW, offered in two versions
  • Offered in six exterior shades of dual tone.

A new mini Countryman has been launching in India, offered in two variants – Cooper S and Cooper S JCW Inspired, priced at Rs. 39.50 lakh (exshowroom) and Rs. 43.40, respectively (ex-showroom). The Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) five-door is locally manufactured at the Chennai plant. Bookings and test drives are now available throughout all the country’s showrooms.

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The countryman’s exterior is unmistakably Mini with circular headlamps, which are now standard for LED processing. A glossy black mesh grid, smaller and circular nebula lamps, and silver skin plates complete this well-known front fascia. It has silver roof rails, a black roof, and 17-inch alloy wheel arches. On the sides, the wheel is covered.

The rear holds the Union Jack LED tail lamps, a glossy black stripe on the boot line, and a revised bumper with vertically positioned reflectors and plastic cladding at the bottom. In the meantime, the JCW Inspired edition is getting larger 18-inch alloys with flat tires, a contrasting white color roof, a comfort access system, and a rear spoiler.

Inside, the Cooper S trim has a Piano Black surface for the cockpit and the door bezels. The JCW has a more premium interior theme with options for either Chester Malt Brown or Chester Satellite Gray upholstery. Other highlights of the cabin include front seats with an electrical adjustment function, a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a two-zone automatic climate control system, and a center armrest for front and rear passengers.

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The JCW Inspired packs in a few more goodies such as a head-up display, a wireless charger, a larger 8.8-inch touchscreen navigation infotainment system, a Harman Kardon stereo system, and adjustable rear seats.

Both trims share the same 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo petrol engine that delivers 189bhp and 280Nm of torque. The engine is fitted to a seven-speed DCT unit for the Cooper S and a seven-speed DCT Sport unit for the special edition. The Countryman shoots at 100km/h from a standstill in 7.5 seconds and the top speed is limited to 225km/h. In a typical Mini way, there are two driving modes on board-Sport and Green “as read and reported by www.carwale.com”.