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The Most Common Mini Countryman (incl. SE) Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Mini Countryman (incl. SE). Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Countryman (incl. SE)

BMW-owned Mini created their first foray into the competitive but potentially lucrative world of crossovers when they developed the Mini Countryman --- also known as the Mini Crossover in the Japanese market.

The Countryman was first launched back in 2010 and continues to be produced, now in its second generation launched back in 2017. There are two trim levels for the gasoline models, namely the Cooper (from $30,450), and the Cooper S (from $32,750). The range now also includes a plug-in hybrid version called the Cooper SE.

The Cooper SE PHEV can manage about 17 miles of pure-electric range, and has a combined range of about 300 miles with its 1.5L inline-3 gasoline engine. The engine alone brings 134-hp, but that goes up to 221-hp in total when you factor in the additional 87-hp from the 65-kW electric motor.

What people seem to love most about the Countryman is that you get the great driving dynamics and engineering of Mini, but with far more utility and space. The interior cabin is far roomier, and there’s a generous 17.6 cubic feet of cargo space with the seats up, going up to 47.6 cubic feet when you lower the rear seats. There’s a good deal of underfloor storage as well if you don’t opt for the spare wheel option.

While all Mini vehicles come with a premium price point --- and the Countryman is no exception --- the price is well reflected in the quality of materials used for the interior design. The distinctive infotainment system is set in the large central circular housing, the familiar button controls for lighting and environment, and the comfortable but sporty steering wheel.

One slightly frustrating point for some is that you do have to pay extra for a package to get a center armrest, something which a lot of people at this price point might expect to come as standard.