The refreshed Countryman comes two years after it originally debuted with changes to its center console – adding a new storage cubby – while the driver’s side door now comes equipped with all-around window controls and switches for the electric door mirrors.
In addition, the British automaker gave its Countryman new door inserts while the armrests were redesigned for more comfort. The center-mounted speedometer and air vents are now surrounded by a carbon-black ring, while buyers have the option for gloss black or chrome. The 2013 model year also comes with a three-seat rear bench as standard, though two individual seats are available as an option for no additional cost.
The 2013 MINI Countryman also sees two new exterior colors, Brilliant Copper Metallic and Blazing Red Metallic. The engine offerings will remain the same as its predecessors.