After being given only the base price information for the upcoming MINI Countryman, we finally have our full breakdown of the various Countryman models and their respective MSRPs, including a $700 destination charge.
The base Countryman will go for $22,350, while the turbocharged Countryman S will run buyers $25,950. At the top sits the Countryman S All4, the long awaited AWD MINI, and currently the only crossover to offer a turbocharged AWD drivetrain with a 6-speed manual gearbox. For that you’ll have to shell out $27,650.
The Countryman is a fair bit pricier than its rivals, especially the Nissan Juke, but it also offers a fairly distinct package that sets it apart from other competitors like the Nissan Rogue and Suzuki SX4. If you want to know whether it’s worth the money, check back on Thursday when our review of the Countryman S All4 goes live.