MINI Countryman Dimensions
People in Manhattan, the Bronx, and Queens hear the word “mini” and think “very small”. In some cases, this may be true, and a very good thing at that-it does make city parking so much easier.
However, when it comes to the MINI Countryman, there’s so much more than meets the eye. At MINI of Manhattan, we’re sure that it’ll make a great fit for you and your fast-paced city lifestyle. If you want to see why, all you need to do is read on…
All the vehicles in the MINI Cooper Countryman lineup are 169.8 inches long with a wheelbase that’s 105.1 inches. All but the Cooper SE Countryman ALL4 are 61.3 inches wide, with the base trim being 61.4 inches wide.
Naturally, a vehicle of this size should be a breeze to parallel park on those city streets or to get in and out of the parking garage. Nevertheless, the interior won’t let you down.
MINI Countryman Interior Dimensions
The Cooper SE Countryman ALL4 has slightly different interior dimensions than the other vehicles in this lineup, with rear passengers having 36.3 inches of headroom and 53.9 inches of shoulder room. All other dimensions remain the same through the other trim levels.
For example, the base level Countryman includes 54.8 inches of front shoulder room, 39.9 inches front head room, and 40.4 inches front leg room just for drivers. With that kind of space, you shouldn’t have any problem getting comfortable.
MINI Countryman Cargo Space
With the rear seats up, there are 17.6 cubic feet of cargo space in most of the vehicles in the Countryman lineup. With these seats down, there are 47.6 cubic feet of cargo space.
The SE Countryman ALL4 has 17.2 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear seat up and 47.4 cubic feet with the seat folded down. Even better, the 40/20/40 split rear seats each fold down individually to make it possible to increase and customize the area used for cargo while still allowing for a passenger or two in the back seat.
The Mercedes-Benz GLA250 and the Audi Q3 are often considered two of the major competitors of the MINI Cooper Countryman. However, when it comes to space, they repeatedly fall short.
Just take cargo capacity (with rear seats up) for example. The Q3 has 16.7 cubic feet of cargo room and the GLA250 has 14.9 cubic feet. All around, it’s a considerable decrease.
The same can be said for headroom. Where the Countryman has 39.9 inches of front headroom, the Q3 and the GLA250 have 37 inches.
Want to learn more about the safety features found in the MINI Cooper Countryman? Read our safety review in this article.
Experience the MINI Cooper Countryman for Yourself
Whether you know its dimensions or not, many the Bronx, Manhattan, and Queens drivers are surprised by how much room they have when getting behind the wheel of the MINI Cooper Countryman for the first time. Come experience this for yourself by visiting MINI of Manhattan today!