MINI Countryman PHEV

Technology The new MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid features a state-of-the-art 7.6kWh lithium ion battery – located beneath the rear seat to shrink. The unit can be recharged in a little over three hours via a standard wall plug – or just over two hours with a specialist wall box. As you might expect, CO2 emissions are at a minimum, standing at only 49g/km, while combined fuel economy of up to 134.5mpg is achievable. If green credentials are at the top of your priorities list, then this model is well worth considering – it certainly stands out from the rest of the range.
Safety Safety is a priority on board this family-friendly SUV, which comes with a full suite of airbags for all-round protection and electronic stability control to enable you to get the car back on track if you start to skid. The new MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid also has an autonomous emergency braking system, which applies the brakes when it senses that you are about to hit a vehicle in front. You can upgrade to a host of optional extras, including pedestrian detection and active cruise control to enhance your experience behind the wheel.