Mini has introduced the 2013 Countryman John Cooper Works All4, which has some sporty looks and all-terrain traction. This new Mini edition will go for $35,550 when they hit dealerships soon, and the model is the first AWD model with the JCW name.
The Mini Crossover has a turbocharged 1.6-liter engine that pushes out 208 hp and 198 lb.-ft. of torque. It sits on a set of 18-inch wheels, comes with sports seats, a lower and firmer sport suspension, and of course the All4 all-wheel-drive system. A standard six-speed manual gearbox comes with the Mini, but an optional six-speed automatic can also be opted. Air conditioning and the radio MINI Boost CD are both fitted as standard, according to Mini, but customers can also order their cars with all the comfort and individuality-enhancing options available for all other Mini models, as well as a full complement of MINI Connected features and bespoke John Cooper Works accessories.