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The Mini Countryman has become one of the most well-loved Mini models since its inception in 2010. The big story behind the Countryman is its size; the Mini Countryman is the largest vehicle in the Mini lineup. Yes, although this is a subcompact crossover SUV, it is still the largest Mini model you can buy today.

With new technological developments in recent years and more features being available for this Mini SUV, is it worth the price? What do you get out of a base model Countryman, and how does that compare to a top-of-the-line Countryman? Here is everything you need to know about the 2024 Mini Countryman and how much you can expect to pay for a fully loaded model.

The base 2024 Mini Countryman

For the 2024 model year, the base model of the Mini Countryman is the Cooper. This build starts at $32,650 MSRP, and for that price, you get a well-equipped subcompact SUV with a fantastic true-to-form Mini exterior design. In this standard form, drivers with a 134-hp three-cylinder engine can reach fuel economy numbers of 29 mpg combined. Front-wheel drive comes standard, with all-wheel drive as an option.

According to Mini, the base model Countryman comes equipped with a good amount of standard features. These features include a leatherette interior, Apple CarPlay, active driving assist, a panoramic sunroof, heated mirrors, and more. Behind the wheel, drivers also enjoy other standard features like dynamic cruise control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, park distance sensors with forward collision warning, and lane departure warning. While this Mini may be a little more expensive than some of the competition, its long list of standard features makes it a great base offering for the Countryman.

2024 Mini John Cooper Works ALL4 Countryman

The top-of-the-line 2024 Mini Countryman is the John Cooper Works ALL4 model. This model outfits the impressive Countryman with some seriously capable equipment. This model starts at $43,800 MSRP, and AWD comes standard. Mini calls this drive system the “ALL4”. Along with this all-wheel drive system is an upgraded 301-hp turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Even more impressive, the fuel economy is relatively similar between the front-wheel drive base model and this AWD model achieves a combined rating of 26 mpg.

Regarding features, this Mini is fully loaded with a heated steering wheel, duel zone climate control, heated front seats, keyless access, and more. If you are looking for a top-of-the-line Countryman, look no further than the Mini John Cooper Works ALL4 Countryman.

Are there any optional features for the Countryman?

If you want even more of a high-end experience out of our Mini John Cooper Works ALL4 Countryman, you are in luck. Mini offers a few extra packages, including the $5,700 Iconic trim, which adds additional paint and interior color options, wireless phone charging, power front seats, piano black exterior trim, larger wheels, and a heads-up display.

For another $1,400, drivers can order their Countryman with Signature Upholstery, a package that adds carbon black leather and piano black interior surfaces. Privacy glass can also be added for another $500, and a whole list of additional accessories can also be added. With every option added to the Countryman, you can expect to pay around $53,828 MSRP for a fully loaded, fully accessorized 2024 Mini Countryman model.