Mini hasn't changed much for 2019. As with other Mini models, it sports a new logo. And, the Mini Telematics/Mini Connected Services is available on all grades. Included are vehicle diagnostics, lock/unlock, SOS to emergency responders, automatic collision notice to emergency responders and concierge services. Mini has also arranged several features into three new, convenient trim levels. See the 2019 Mini Countryman models for sale near you
Order your car. Don't get stuck paying for stuff you don't want or a color combination that's not exactly your cup of tea. In one to two months, you can have the exact Mini Countryman you like. And you should even be able to get a similar price to one that's just sitting on a dealer lot. Either way, though, we would recommend getting the Cooper S due to its sufficiently powerful engine. Find a Mini Countryman for sale
The 2019 Countryman is available in four powertrains arranged into models: Cooper, Cooper S, John Cooper Works and the Cooper S E plug-in hybrid, all of which used to be the Countryman trim levels. For 2019, Mini has created three consistent trim levels (Classic, Signature and Iconic) for each powertain model. To streamline this section, we have opted to display pricing for the base Classic trim on each engine model. Then we show the added cost and content of the Signature and Iconic trim levels. AWD (ALL4) on the Cooper models adds $2,000 to the posted price. AWD for the Cooper S is a $500 bump in price. It is standard in the Cooper S E hybrid and the John Cooper Works. All prices include the $850 factory delivery fee.
The Cooper Classic ($27,750) comes with the 1.5-liter turbocharged engine, 16-in alloy wheels, run-flat tires, automatic headlamps, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, SensaTec vinyl seating, air conditioning, roof rails, rear parking sensors, a backup camera, heated outboard mirrors, push-button start, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, cruise control, Bluetooth connectivity and a 6-speaker audio system with satellite radio capability and a USB port.
The Cooper S Classic ($31,750) has the 2.0-liter turbocharged engine.
The John Cooper Works Classic ($38,750) comes with the high-output 2.0-liter turbocharged engine.
The Cooper S E Classic ($37,750) uses the hybrid powertrain.
To the Classic's features, Signature ($4,000) adds the 8-speed automatic transmission (or no-charge 6-speed manual), 17-in wheels, remote keyless entry, a panoramic moonroof, heated front seats, automatic climate control, Mini Connected Media System with a 6.5-in touchscreen, and Active Driving Assistant with adaptive cruise control, speed-limit information, automatic high beams and frontal-crash warning.
Building on the Signature features, the Iconic ($10,000) also includes 18-in alloy wheels, power folding outboard mirrors, Comfort Access keyless entry, auto-dimming rearview and outboard mirrors, power front sport seats, LED headlights with cornering lights, Harman Kardon Premium Sound System, Apple CarPlay, wireless charging, an 8.8-in Touchscreen Navigation Package and leather seating.
Like every Mini, the Countryman is highly customizable, and you can order it however you'd like. It takes between one and two months depending on where you live in the country to get one, but take our word for it -- when you take a gander at the long, involved list of options and packages, you will probably agree that it makes sense to order exactly what you want.
Here's a small sampling of available packages (not all are available on every trim): The Touchscreen Navigation Package has BMW Teleservices, real-time traffic info, Apple CarPlay, wireless charging and a navigation system. The Driver Assistance Package includes park distance control, adaptive cruise control, parking assistant and a head-up display. And the list of factory packages and stand-alone options goes on and on.
The dealer also has a parts department bristling with customizing elements to further tailor your Countryman.
|Basic||4 Years/50,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||4 Years/50,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||12 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||4 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Maintenance||3 Years/36,000 Miles|
2019 BMW X1 -- The X1 is mechanically related to the Countryman. It's a bit bigger, more powerful and has a more conventionally designed interior, but it's also pricier.
2019 Mazda CX-5 -- If you're mostly considering the Countryman for its fun-to-drive character, try the stylish CX-5. You could easily find it to be more fun. Plus, it comes with more space and a lower price.
2019 Mini Clubman -- If you want a bigger Mini but don't need it to be SUV-big, consider the Clubman, which is pretty much a compact hatchback (albeit with two barn doors instead of a hatch).
Used Range Rover Evoque -- It, too, is British, and a high-style choice that offers compelling design and distinctive color schemes. It's much pricier, though, so a used model could be worth considering.