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2017 Mini Countryman Starts at $26,950

December 06, 2016

Photo of 2017 Countryman PHEV courtesy of MINI USA.
Photo of 2017 Countryman PHEV courtesy of MINI USA.

The 2017 Mini Countryman will enter its second generation with a starting price of $26,950 for the gasoline model, while pricing for the new gasoline-electric hybrid will be announced in 2017.

The base model Cooper variant starts off the lineup, and other models will retail for $28,950 for the Cooper ALL4 variant, $29,950 for the Cooper S, and $31,950 for the Cooper S ALL4.

Pricing for the first ever Mini plug-in hybrid model, the Cooper S E Countryman ALL4, will be announced closer to market launch.

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