BMW has announced the UK prices for its MIIN Countryman crossover. Prices start at £16,000 ($25,086 USD) for the the 98-hp Mini One Countryman, which goes from 0-62 mph in turtle-pace 12.7 seconds while averaging 40 mpg. The middle-of-the-pack l 122-hp Mini Cooper Countryman starts at £17,510 ($27,453 USD), while the top-of-the-line 184-hp Mini Cooper S Countryman comes it at £20,810 ($32,627 USD).
For diesel-lovers, the Mini One D Countryman starts at £17,000 ($26,654 USD), while the Mini Cooper D Countryman starts at £18,810 ($29,492 USD). Both models return an estimated fuel-economy of 55 mpg and 53 mpg (in U.S. metrics), respectively.
The Cooper S Countryman will be available with Mini’s new ALL4 all-wheel drive system, which adds £1,065 ($1,668) to the price of the D and £1,220 ($1,911) to the S.
North American prices will likely be available when the Mini Countryman makes its presence at the 2010 New York Auto Show next month. Until then, click here to check out the details on the U.S. version.