2019 MINI Countryman Hybrid

2019 MINI Countryman
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2019 MINI Countryman
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What’s new

  • Revamped trim structure
  • Altered standard and optional equipment availability
  • Part of the second Countryman generation introduced for 2017


  • Exterior and interior design sets it apart from competitors
  • Materials are of higher quality than in subcompact rivals
  • One of the only vehicles of its kind with a manual transmission
  • Provides a fun driving experience


  • Limited EV range and grabby brakes
  • Front seats are confining
  • Cargo area is small
  • Requires premium fuel

Which Countryman does Edmunds recommend?

The thrifty Classic trim comes loaded with features, but its skimpy options list doesn't match Mini's reputation for customization. Instead, choose the Signature level, not only for its desirable features but also for the more expansive paint palette and optional extras.

Edmunds' Expert Review

Overall rating

7.4 / 10

Small crossovers are everywhere these days, and most perform the duties expected of them. But how many go above and beyond? The 2019 Mini Countryman does just that. Take one look at it, and you'll see the classic Mini design elements that help it stand out from the crowd. Inside, the cabin looks slightly more upscale than the one in the Mini Hardtop, which is renowned for having arguably the nicest interior in the subcompact class. When driven enthusiastically around turns, the Countryman lives up to its heritage and is more entertaining to drive than other subcompact crossovers.

Unfortunately, it carries a premium price tag to match its premium features and handling dynamics. And it's not as roomy as some of its crossover rivals. Overall, though, we think the Countryman's a great choice if you're looking for something more upscale than the typical fare.

2019 MINI Countryman configurations

The 2019 Mini Countryman is a sporty, fun alternative to the standard set of small crossovers and wagons. The Countryman earns its premium price tag by pairing a healthy list of standard features with a plethora of available options, letting buyers customize to their heart's content. All four models — Cooper, Cooper S, John Cooper Works and Cooper S E — have similar features but are differentiated by their engines. From there, buyers choose between three trim levels (Classic, Signature and Iconic) with an increasing number of features.

Powering the Classic front-wheel-drive Cooper is a turbocharged 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine (134 horsepower, 162 pound-feet of torque) matched to your choice of a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission. On the all-wheel-drive Countryman All4, the automatic transmission has eight speeds.

You get a lot of features with the Countryman, including 17-inch wheels, summer performance run-flat tires, automatic headlights, foglights, automatic wipers, heated mirrors, a heated windshield wiper system, roof rails, a panoramic sunroof, a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, push-button ignition, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, height-adjustable front seats, 40/20/40-split rear seats, simulated leather upholstery, ambient lighting, Bluetooth, a 6.5-inch display screen, and a six-speaker audio system with a USB port.

Our pick is the next-level Cooper S. It has a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine (189 hp, 207 lb-ft) mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. It also gets 18-inch wheels, front sport seats and additional stability control choices. A six-speed manual is standard with all-wheel-drive models, with the eight-speed auto optional.

As opposed to the Cooper and Cooper S, all-wheel drive is standard on the next two models. The John Cooper Works (JCW) trim adds an even more powerful version of the turbocharged four-cylinder (228 hp, 258 lb-ft). The manual is standard and the eight-speed automatic is optional. Additional features include LED headlights, cornering lights, aerodynamic modifications, a rear spoiler, a sport-tuned suspension, keyless entry, aggressively bolstered front seats, cloth and faux suede upholstery, wheel-mounted shift paddles and selectable driving modes.

The Cooper S E is quite different from the rest of the lineup. Up front is the Cooper's turbocharged three-cylinder engine that drives the front wheels through a six-speed automatic transmission. In back, and driving the rear wheels, is an electric motor powered by a rechargeable 7.6-kWh battery pack. Mini says total combined output for the S E is 221 hp and 284 lb-ft. The EPA-estimated all-electric driving range is 12 miles. The Cooper S E's feature content is identical to that of the Cooper S, though selectable driving modes are standard.

Features added by the Signature trim differ slightly depending on model, but generally, it adds keyless entry, heated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control, automatic high-beam control and touchscreen functionality. Cooper models get 18-inch wheels, while Cooper S and JCW versions get adaptive dampers and selectable driving modes. Choosing the Signature trim also opens the door to additional paint choices, interior dashboard appliques and upholstery choices.

The Signature's Premium package further adds power-folding mirrors, auto-dimming interior and exterior mirrors, chrome exterior trim, LED headlights, cornering lights, satellite radio and a 12-speaker Harman Kardon audio system.

The Iconic trim includes those upgrades, plus a power liftgate, power-adjustable front seats, leather upholstery, a navigation system and an 8.8-inch touchscreen. Cooper and Cooper S models get a choice of several 18- and 19-inch wheel designs, while JCW models get 19- or 20-inch wheels.

Some of the above options can be ordered separately. Additional stand-alone options include exterior and interior styling modifications, all-season tires and tinted windows.

Trim tested

Each vehicle typically comes in multiple versions that are fundamentally similar. The ratings in this review are based on our full test of the Mini Countryman Cooper S E (turbo 1.5L inline-3 hybrid | 6-speed automatic | AWD).


Like most Minis, the Countryman performs well in its class. The hybrid powertrain offers a ton of thrust and is quicker than most Countryman models. Handles well, too. The brakes were a big letdown; they felt awful to use at any speed and produced stopping distances similar to heavy-duty trucks.


You might not expect it from a plug-in hybrid, but the Countryman S E is quick. Zero to 60 mph came in a scant 6.4 seconds — even our slowest result was better than the best launch from a Cooper S manual. Thrust is impressive at any speed, with a slight delay from a stop before the engine kicks on.


In short, the brakes feel awful. You have to really dig in to bring the car to a stop from high speeds, while the pedal is super-sensitive at low speeds. Handoff from regenerative to mechanical brakes is harsh; the car crunches to a stop in the last 3 mph or so. A stopping distance from 60 mph of 140 feet is embarrassing.


The Mini's sporting intentions are evident from the moment you grab the thick-rimmed steering wheel. The steering effort is slightly heavier than in competing vehicles, and the Countryman feels quick and accurate to react to inputs. While stable at highway speeds, it's devoid of feel in turns.


The Countryman offers more fun than you'll get in most cars in this class, but it's best to think of it as a sporty alternative to small crossovers and wagons rather than a large Mini. It feels like there's more body roll than in the non-hybrid model, likely due to the battery's extra weight.


The Countryman leaves from a stop under electric power, with the engine kicking on imperceptibly soon thereafter. Shifts are similarly smooth. Selecting Sport mode sharpens throttle response noticeably. Cruise control smartly reduces the set speed when turning.


It's not the most comfortable car in the class. The ride itself isn't bad, but the sport seats may be too aggressively bolstered for some body types. The automatic climate control system takes a while to adjust to heat radiating into the car, especially when equipped with the panoramic sunroof.

Seat comfort

The side bolsters on our tester's sport seats are thick and supportive during hard cornering. But the seatback and bottom may be on the narrow side if you have a larger frame, which could prove uncomfortable. The standard seats may be a better choice if this is the case.

Ride comfort

The ride is surprisingly comfortable, even with large 18-inch wheels and run-flat tires. It feels a bit livelier than you might expect from some competitors, but it's supple by Mini standards. Unlike other Countryman models, adaptive dampers are not available for those who want ultimate control.

Noise & vibration

There isn't much wind noise, and even tire noise is reasonably quelled. This hybrid quietly pulls away from a stop under electric power, then fires up the engine almost imperceptibly. Gear shifts are similarly seamless. But the three-cylinder engine doesn't sound very good at full throttle.

Climate control

The automatic climate system was reluctant to increase fan speed when we tried to warm the cabin on a cool day. The heated seats aren't especially hot at full blast, but they get the job done when it's not too cold outside. The rear vents are appreciated. It's odd that temperature adjustment is in 2-degree increments.


Idiosyncratic design choices abound, ranging from thoughtful (the instrument panel moves with the steering wheel) to unconventional (there are lights surrounding the touchscreen in lieu of a tach to indicate when to shift when in manual mode). There's not a ton of room even though this is the largest Mini.

Ease of use

Front controls are within reach, and the door and front armrests are appropriately sized (the front even has adjustable tilt). But there are too many odd elements throughout. There's no rear armrest, the lumbar knob is poorly located, and there's only a side sunshade visor for the driver.

Getting in/getting out

The Countryman has a step-in height that's slightly taller than that of high-riding hatchbacks such as the Mercedes GLA-Class and the BMW X1, so you don't fall into the seat when you enter. That said, getting in and out isn't quite effortless since the large seat bolsters can get in the way.

Driving position

Plenty of fore, aft and height travel ensures drivers of any size can find a good position. Getting to that position might be a challenge, though, since some manual levers are cumbersome to access and take a while to set up just right. Tall people might find the headrests are angled too far forward.


There's an abundance of headroom up front, even with the panoramic sunroof. Shoulder room is lacking due to the aforementioned seat bolsters. There's decent legroom and headroom in the back, and the front seatback is scalloped for extra knee room.


All windows are tall and wide, and there's even a large window in the rear three-quarters portion to eliminate blind spots. A standard rearview camera is nice but unnecessary given the ample window openings. A power bump on the hood makes it more difficult to place where the right side of the car is.


The inspired interior design and high build quality elevate the Countryman above the usual selection of compact crossovers and even give luxury brands a run for the money. Molded plastic on the upper door panels, soft-touch on the dash, and cloth on the door make it feel premium.


While the cargo area is a bit small for the class, the floor sits well below the top of the back seat, so you can load tall items without hindering rear visibility. The charging cord case must be removed if you want to fit more than one large suitcase, but there's no room for it under the floor.

Small-item storage

Every door has a large cutout split into two sections, each large enough to hold a bottle of water. Front occupants also can use a small tray in front of the shifter and a bin under the armrest. There's no fold-down center armrest in the back, which would typically house a tray.

Cargo space

The cargo area is wide and boxy, measuring 17.2 cubic feet, but it's small even in this pint-sized class. The Countryman has a liftover height that's a couple of inches lower than a typical crossover's. A case containing charging cords is clipped to the side of the cargo hold and further reduces usable space.

Child safety seat accommodation

There are a pair of LATCH anchors on each of the outboard seats. They are easily accessed, located under clearly marked flip-up covers. There's one tether on the back of each portion of the 40/20/40-split rear seats. You'll have to pop the cargo door or remove the cargo cover to access them.


Giving the central display touchscreen capabilities was a good idea, but it's poorly executed. Stick with the knob controller instead. It wasn't on our tester, but the Countryman finally gets Apple CarPlay integration for most new models. There are many standard and optional driver aids.

Audio & navigation

The Countryman's central display doubles as a touchscreen, but because there are so many icons, you're better off using the controller. The horizontal menu selections further make the case for the controller. The audio system produces clear, crisp sound but lacks some volume horsepower.

Smartphone integration

New models are available with Apple CarPlay, but our car was built before then. However, some apps, including Pandora, Spotify and Audible, are accessible through menus via Bluetooth. There are two USB ports in the front (none in the back) and a wireless charger under the armrest.

Driver aids

A rearview camera and rear parking sensors are standard. Our tester was also equipped with front sensors and an automated parking system. Park too closely to an object in front and the sensor issues an alert even if you're not in gear. There's a switch to turn this off.

Voice control

Voice controls are excellent. The system recognizes natural speech rather than forcing the user to employ predetermined phrases. The navigation function can redirect to a similar house number if it can't find the one you want. Siri Eyes Free is available for iPhone users.

Consumer reviews

Read what other owners think about the 2019 MINI Countryman.

Overall Consumer Rating

Most helpful consumer reviews

Lot to like
David Odoms,10/14/2018
The car has get up and go using the electric and gas, which is engaged whenever you stop and restart the car; it is the default setting. There are many things that I like about this vehicle and a few that could be improved. Being a BMW Owner since 89, this is one of the only vehicles that got me to switch; I wanted a vehicle that I could take off the beaten path a little. BMW X heckle don’t really look the part for off the beaten path type of vehicle and since BMW owns the brand I test drove it. I drove the S, which was very nice, drove the JCW did not like because engine noise was loud during acceleration and was rather stiff handling and over bumps, SE was extremely quiet did not know it was running. The SE performed the best overall in my opinion, but the S is a good trade off. I got the SE because the dealer was knocking off $3k and the government discount for hybrids made priced close to the S. I love the enter/exit height of the vehicle, i.e., no plopping down or having to climb up into it. I love that it came with all of the bells and whistles standard in the limited edition. However, I do not know why they included features to prevent you from hitting a vehicle or pedestrian in front of you but left out blind spot warnings. The interior is excellent and the seats are quite comfy in cloth. Not sure why they put in manual seats instead of power when you have all of the bells and whistles. That is not a big deal as once it is set, I rarely change the seat position except for when wearing winter gear. The rear lift gate opens all of the time without issue using a light kick and then backing up. Gas mileage depends on how you drive. I am still learning, but have managed to get into a rhythm if you will. The trick to getting excellent gas mileage is to use the green mode. However, performance is definitely hampered, but when you are on a road by yourself or heavy traffic, it is great to save during these times. When driving in green mode on the back roads or heavy traffic, I select save the battery, which recharges the battery quite well. I love the cornering lights, because they light up the way when you turn. I love car play and the HK sound system.
Run away, run fast, don't look back!
Rebecca R.,09/10/2018
Why would someone (me) plunk down tens of thousands with zero research on a mini hybrid? I'll tell you why. Having owned a mini before, and having had a wonderful experience with both the product and the dealer, we didn't think twice about checking out the 2019 hybrid. When I walked into the showroom and saw the hybrid with a big 60+ on the sticker, I got googly-eyed like a girl seeing Sting for the first time. Clearly I didn't have enough knowledge to understand that the 60+ sticker on the window meant something very different from the sticker I had seen on other hybrids. Have you ever impulse bought an expensive item only to get it home and realized by your spouse's expression that you have made a really bad purchase? I have. Buyer beware of the Hybrid Mini. I look forward to having it out of my garage and out of my life. That won't happen for a while though. After putting 800 miles on it and realizing the reality about the lack of economy of my new Mini/BMW product, the dealer offered to buy it back for $10K less than I paid for it and with 800 miles on the odometer. As much as I wish I could take a 10K loss, I couldn't. I could have rented a Porsche 911, maybe two, for that much. This car gets ~30 mpg and I commute 74 miles each way to work. It does not have the range of 60+ as implied prominently on the sticker. It uses Half of a tank of gas, round-trip in the Eco Green mode. It has to be plugged in when not in use. Every single time it is not in use. it has a wimpy 9 gallon tank. On the highway, it's a dog. I understand now that the 60+ on the sticker has no relationship to actual fuel economy. Rather it's one component of a math formula required to estimate economy based on an individual's driving. So if you're happy to go from 0-60 in a few minutes, from the metering light, if you're all about appearance no matter how impractical, if you're a soccer parent whose kid isn't on a travel team, if your grocery store is walking distance, if you drive without the wheels touching the ground at a sedate speed, this is the car for you. It's cute and gives the illusion of fuel economy. Drove the kid to school. ~3 miles round trip, in "Eco Green" mode. Avg speed 21. MPG: 34.4. I commute in this car only to advertise my displeasure. Give a little honk if you see me. Mine is the one with prominent "Buyer Beware" signs all over it. Please don't insult me for not having done my homework, I feel stupid enough as it is. Please don't make unrealistic recommendations I can't implement. The salesman was a good guy, the dealership is nice, the car is cute. But, what I was looking to buy was a vehicle with good gas mileage like my cheapo last hybrid. Didn't like that car but at least the gas mileage was good. And I hoped for a car that offered a nicer driving experience. Things I didn't notice during the test drive. The toggles are cute but are rendered non-functional if a drink e.g. water bottle, is placed in the cupholder -- blocks the toggles. The power windows squeal when putting the windows down. The automatic lift gate works to raise occasional and only after my shin is covered in grease from attempting to open. It doesn't work for closing the liftgate at all. The dash is a strange material that draws and holds dust. The cargo capacity is small when the back seats are up. The owners manual is dumber than I am for buying this car. Look up what a color on the dash means. The manual will enlighten you by telling you it's a color. Haven't yet determined how to use the online manual. For optimizing mileage, multiple steps are required to program for efficiency. While driving, I don't want to toggle a bunch of things to gain efficiency. One button or in this case, toggle, should suffice. The controls on the round knob are not intuitive. Someone must have noticed that because there are redundant buttons to bypass the knob and shortcut to functions e.g. turning on the radio. Not sure why they couldn't just design it to turn on by pushing the on/off button. That button works for turning the radio off, but the shortcut button is used to turn it on. Mini offered to send someone out to teach me how to drive it. In this case 40 years of driving experience didn't cut it. So far, I've heard nothing further about this Unicorn Engineer who is going to teach me that driving 3 miles with an average speed of 21 mph is not the way to get good economy. If you're buying this car, plan to spend a few hours at the dealer for a class on functionality after your purchase. If you want a nice driving experience, combined with economy, for a sticker price less than a mortgage payment, I'm not sure where, but look elsewhere.
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Features & Specs

N/A city / N/A hwy
Seats 5
6-speed shiftable automatic
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Our experts’ favorite Countryman safety features:

Park Distance Control
Alerts the driver when the Countryman is approaching an object while backing up to park.
Active Driving Assistant
Keeps a set distance between the Countryman and the vehicle in front when cruise control is active.
Parking Assistant
Autonomously guides the Countryman into a parallel parking spot with minimal driver intervention.
IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
  • Roof Strength Test
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test

Mini Countryman vs. the competition

2019 Mini Countryman

2019 Mini Countryman

2019 Mini Clubman

2019 Mini Clubman

Mini Countryman vs. Mini Clubman

You can think of the Mini Clubman as an elongated version of the standard Mini Hardtop, with a wagonlike profile and much more cargo room. By contrast, the Countryman is more like a regular SUV. It's taller and roomier, making it more ideal for carrying multiple passengers. Its cargo area is similarly spacious and versatile. The Countryman is a bit more expensive than the Clubman, but its practical benefits might make it worth the extra cost.

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Mini Countryman vs. BMW X1

If you consider the Countryman a premium small crossover — an apt assumption given its quality and price tag — the BMW X1 is a worthy competitor. Interior measurements are largely the same, though the X1 offers a bit more headroom all around. The largest differences are in cargo capacity — the X1 has a much larger storage area — and the BMW's higher price.

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Mini Countryman vs. Mini Hardtop 4 Door

These two vehicles reside at opposite ends of Mini's vehicle lineup. The Hardtop is the smallest and sportiest of the group, while the Countryman is the most utilitarian. Interior materials quality and design are largely the same, though the Hardtop's rear seats are largely useless. The Countryman is roomier, less fun to drive and significantly more expensive.

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2019 MINI Countryman Hybrid for Sale

MINI Countryman 2019 Cooper S E ALL4 4dr Wagon AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo gas/electric hybrid 6A)
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2019 MINI Cooper S E Countryman 4D Sport Utility 1.5L I3 Hybrid Turbocharged DOHC 12V ULEV II AWD Automatic Midnight Black Metallic 1.5L I3 Hybrid Turbocharged DOHC 12V ULEV II, Advanced Real-Time Traffic Information, Apple CarPlay Compatibility, Auto-Dimming Interior & Exterior Mirrors, Chrome Line Exterior, harman/kardon� Logic 7� Digital Surround, LED Fog Lights, LED Headlights w/Cornering Lights, MINI Connected XL, MINI Navigation, Power Front Seats, Power-Folding Mirrors, Premium Package, Remote Services, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Touchscreen Navigation Package. Factory MSRP: $45,750 Please don't hesitate to call Yad @ 855-895-8768 or email 24/7 @ yad.Mohammedali@sterlingroyce.edealerhub.com he will be able to answer any and all questions!
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Midnight Black Metallic 2019 MINI Cooper S E Countryman AWD Steptronic Automatic 1.5L I3 Hybrid Turbocharged DOHC 12V ULEV II

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2019 MINI Countryman Hybrid Overview

The 2019 MINI Countryman Hybrid is offered in the following styles: Cooper S E ALL4 4dr Wagon AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo gas/electric hybrid 6A).

What do people think of the 2019 MINI Countryman Hybrid?

Consumer ratings and reviews are also available for the 2019 MINI Countryman Hybrid and all its trim types. Overall, Edmunds users rate the 2019 Countryman Hybrid 2.5 on a scale of 1 to 5 stars. Edmunds consumer reviews allow users to sift through aggregated consumer reviews to understand what other drivers are saying about any vehicle in our database. Detailed rating breakdowns (including performance, comfort, value, interior, exterior design, build quality, and reliability) are available as well to provide shoppers with a comprehensive understanding of why customers like the 2019 Countryman Hybrid.

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Edmunds Scorecard

Overall7.4 / 10


7.0 / 10

Acceleration8.5 / 10
Braking3.0 / 10
Steering8.0 / 10
Handling7.5 / 10
Drivability8.0 / 10


7.0 / 10

Seat comfort6.5 / 10
Ride comfort7.5 / 10
Noise & vibration8.0 / 10
Climate control6.5 / 10


7.0 / 10

Ease of use6.0 / 10
Getting in/getting out7.0 / 10
Driving position7.5 / 10
Roominess7.0 / 10
Visibility9.0 / 10
Quality8.5 / 10


7.0 / 10

Small-item storage7.5 / 10
Cargo space6.0 / 10


8.5 / 10

Audio & navigation7.5 / 10
Smartphone integration7.5 / 10
Driver aids8.0 / 10
Voice control9.5 / 10
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2019 MINI Countryman Hybrid Cooper S E ALL4 4dr Wagon AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo gas/electric hybrid 6A)

The 2019 MINI Countryman Hybrid Cooper S E ALL4 4dr Wagon AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo gas/electric hybrid 6A) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $42,200. The average price paid for a new 2019 MINI Countryman Hybrid Cooper S E ALL4 4dr Wagon AWD (1.5L 3cyl Turbo gas/electric hybrid 6A) is trending $1,000 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

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