Mini Countryman: driven
Posted: 20 May 2010
First, the space: it's a proper four-door this time, making the Clubman and its one offside scissor door seem utterly redundant. Inside you can have either a four- or five-seat configuration, with the two separate and highly adjustable rear seats offering loads of leg- and headroom for adults. Then there's the boot. Bigger than a Golf's, apparently. This, then, is a genuinely practical, useable, family oriented car with a Mini badge on it. Who'd have thunk it?