The big Mini with four doors and four driven wheels joins our fleet for 40,000 miles.
While the Mini family has grown quite a bit since the brand’s resurrection, the drivetrain portfolio remained a one-man band. The hardtop, convertible, elongated Clubman, and upcoming coupe and roadster all are limited to front-wheel drive. Introduced for 2011, the Countryman finally changed that, offering all-wheel drive for the first time in the reborn brand’s history.
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