MINI Cooper now has an electric hybrid, the 2019 SE Countryman ALL4.
Since making its debut in 2002, the MINI Cooper has caught the eyes of many American consumers with its style and versatile capabilities. Over the years, the brand has continued to keep the “biggest little car” relevant. In 2016, the MINI Countryman hit the scene with a Standard and S model. Since its second-generation rebirth, the brand has added a new addition — E Countryman plug-in hybrid model.
Though the Countryman appears small, it is versatile, with a range of power options. From its electric plug-in or the capability of accessing gas engine power. The combined lithium battery charge and gas engine will give drivers 65 miles per gallon city/highway driving range. According to the manufacturer, the hybrid combination is groundbreaking. According to a statement on the company’s website, “By harnessing the combined power of the electric motor and gasoline engine propels on all four wheels. The MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid offers a groundbreaking, electric-enhanced eALL4 all-wheel-drive system.”
The plug and play Countryman also comes with a host of standard features which will have you considering the MINI Cooper for your next car.
– Leather seats;
– Rear camera;
– Parking sensors;
– Rain sensor wipers;
– Heated water jets for quick defrost of the windshield.
The 2019 MINI Cooper SE Countryman ALL4 falls in the class of crossover cars. Though it is smaller than other cars in its class there is plenty of cargo and leg space in this vehicle.
The starting range for the SE Countryman ALL4 is $37,000. But there are a few additional tax breaks that are available. MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid owners are eligible for up to $4K in federal tax credits.