2021 MINI Cooper Countryman Interior
The 2021 MINI Cooper Countryman interior delivers everything you love about MINI compact vehicles in a more spacious, rough-and-ready package. In fact, any driver wondering what the MINI Cooper Countryman is like inside should know off the bat that it’s the most accommodating vehicle in the MINI lineup.
Of course, this only scratches the surface of what it has to offer. Take an in-depth look at the MINI Cooper Countryman interior features and dimensions before you see it for yourself at Motorwerks MINI!
Inside the MINI Cooper Countryman: Interior Features
Newly updated for 2021, the MINI Cooper Countryman interior now features a distinctive central display, a fresh digital instrument cluster, and new finishes across the cabin. Here’s what else you can expect to find inside the base-level Cooper Countryman Classic:
- Heated Front Seats
- Leatherette seats in Carbon Black
- Leather Sport Steering Wheel w/ Multifunction controls
- Anthracite Headliner
- Hazy Grey interior trim
Upgrade, and you’ll find so much more to love. Here, we’ve highlighted just a few of the available features and amenities:
- Piano Black Interior trim
- Touchscreen Navigation Package
- 6.5-inch or 8.8-inch Touchscreen Media Display
- Power Tailgate
- Picnic Cushion
- MINI Head-Up Display
- Apple CarPlay® compatibility
- Harman/Kardon™ Sound System
- And more!
- Panorama Roof
Most MINI Cooper Countryman interior features can be accessed by upgrading from the Classic Trim to the Signature Trim or the Iconic Trim, no matter which basic configuration you settle on. The Cooper S Countryman, the JCW Countryman, and the Cooper SE Countryman offer some distinct features, but are primarily distinguished by their performances.
Inside the MINI Cooper Countryman: Interior Dimensions
Across most of the lineup, dimensions for the MINI Cooper Countryman interior don’t change from trim to trim. Although the range-topping model is an exception, most Countryman configurations offer the following dimensions:
- Legroom (1st) – 40.4 inches
- Legroom (2nd) – 37.6 inches
- Shoulder Room (1st) – 54.8 inches
- Shoulder Room (2nd) – 54 inches
- Headroom (1st) – 39.9 inches
- Headroom (2nd) – 37.5 inches
- Trunk Volume (All Seats Upright) – 17.6 cubic feet
- Cargo Volume (Rear Seats Flat) – 47.6 cubic feet
Considering the John Cooper Works Countryman ALL4? Here’s how it measures up:
- Legroom (1st) – 40.4 inches
- Legroom (2nd) – 33.8 inches
- Shoulder Room (1st) – 52.8 inches
- Shoulder Room (2nd) – 52.1 inches
- Headroom (1st) – Not Available
- Headroom (2nd) – Not Available
- Trunk Volume (All Seats Upright) – 16.5 cubic feet
- Cargo Volume (Rear Seats Flat) – 42.2 cubic feet
With a total exterior length of up to 169.8 inches and a total width of up to 78.9 inches (with mirrors out), it’s easy to fit the MINI Cooper Countryman inside of any St Louis Park or Minneapolis garage.
Get Inside the MINI Cooper Countryman at Motorwerks MINI
Now that you’ve got a sense of what to look for, browse photos of the MINI Cooper Countryman online or schedule a test drive at our dealership today! You can even take the next steps at home in Minnetonka. Just step into our virtual showroom or start exploring our Countryman lease specials to learn more.
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