AVAILABLE AT BROAD OAK MINI FROM £31,585*
Who’s ready to make a positive change? Plug it in. Pack it up. Fit it all in. The new MINI Countryman Plug-in Hybrid is ready to challenge everything you thought you knew about hybrid driving.
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The new MINI Countryman plug-in hybrid combines everyday use and readiness to go long distance in one electrifying package.
Drive locally CO2 neutral when engaged in the electric drive modes. Experience MINI Cooper S like acceleration when the combustion engine is supported by the e-boost.
With an electric range of up to 40 km (selected models), there's no limit to where you can go in the MINI Countryman plug-in hybrid.
GOING THE EXTRA MILE.
The new MINI Countryman Plug-in Hybrid can comfortably tackle short haul trips in a single charge – whether it’s work and back or a weekend shopping spree – thanks to its electric range of 26 miles. It’s just as prepared for long journeys. Make the most of the conventional combustion engine to take your total range up to 310 miles.
CHARGE AT HOME OR ON THE GO.
Charging your MINI Countryman Plug-in Hybrid couldn't be easier. Just plug in to a 10A socket at home using the supplied cable. It’s as easy as plugging in your latest tech gadget. There are many charging points across the country for you to charge as you park.
Find your closest charge point here:CHARGE POINT MAP
The new MINI Countryman Plug-in Hybrid is eligible for the Plug-in Car Grant, a scheme introduced by the government in 2011, offering grants to drivers of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEV).
Receive up to £2,500 towards your new MINI Countryman Plug-in Hybrid. With this many reasons to go electric, what's stopping you?
Official Fuel Economy Figures for the new MINI Countryman range: Urban 30.1-58.9 mpg (9.4-4.8 l/100km). Extra Urban 45.6-70.6 mpg (6.2-4 l/100km). Combined 38.2-134.5 mpg (7.4-2.1 l/100km). Co2 Emissions 49-169 g/km. *Figures are obtained in a standardised test cycle using a combination of battery and petrol fuel after the battery had been fully charged. They are intended for comparisons between vehicles and may not be representative of what a user achieves under usual driving conditions. The new MINI Cooper SE Countryman ALL4 is a Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle that requires mains electricity for charging.
*Test drives are subject to status and availability.