The 2025 Mini Countryman has been priced from $38,900 in the United States and while that’s a significant premium over the old model, the new entry-level model offers significantly more performance.
The entry-level version of the new Countryman to be sold in the U.S. is the S ALL4 version. It will be sold alongside the all-electric Countryman and the performance-focused John Cooper Works edition. The previous-generation Countryman started at $32,650, before destination and handling fees.
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Powering the new Countryman S ALL4 is a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 241 hp and 295 lb-ft (400 Nm) of torque that drives all four wheels. By comparison, the previous entry-level Countryman Cooper had a 1.5-liter turbocharged three-cylinder with 134 hp and front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive as a $1,500 option. The old Countryman Cooper S priced from $32,900 upped power to 189 hp but that’s still more than 50 hp short of the 2025 model.
From a visual standpoint, the U.S.-spec Countryman S ALL4 looks virtually identical to the all-electric SE ALL4 showcased in full last month. As such, it comes standard with a contrasting front grille surround, and plenty of black accents, and can be configured with bright gold-colored elements. An online configurator tool has not yet been released but interested shoppers can place a $250 refundable deposit with a local dealership to secure an allocation.
Those in the market for a more powerful ICE Countryman in the U.S. would be wise to consider the 2025 John Cooper Works version. It also uses a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder but has been upgraded to produce 312 hp and 295 lb-ft (400 Nm). It starts at $46,900 excluding a $995 destination and handling charge, making it $3,100 more expensive than the previous-generation John Cooper Works model.