New Countryman looks massive compared to the earlier one.
S badge means it is more fun to drive.
Headlight now horizontally elongated.
Run-flats make car more practical.
450-litre boot is big, and seats can be split three ways too.
Petrol Mini has a strong mid-range and 192hp.
New dash now made of much nicer materials, feels more upmarket now.
It’s a Mini, so bolsters are big; they need to be.
75mm more between the wheels means much more legroom now.
Monogrammed door locks are a cool touch.
Rear air con vents improve flow.
Chromed-over toggle switches work great, look cool.
Sun- and moonroof brighten up cabin.
Retro ‘speedo dial’ gets a touchscreen for greater convenience.
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