Family Reviews the 2012 Mini Cooper S Countryman


The Mini Cooper S Countryman adds plenty of fun to the family crossover, though it only suits smaller families, says Family reviewer Carrie Kim. The Countryman’s turbocharged four-cylinder engine and nimble handling make it a thrill to drive, and its smaller size means parallel parking is a breeze. Forward-facing child-safety seats fit easily, but rear-facing safety seats require front-row passengers to share the legroom.

2012 Mini Cooper S Countryman Review


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