Diesel MINI Countryman Cooper D leaves the conveyorNovember 27, 2020
This latest model leaves the assembly line in the UK. Auto sales will end next month.
MINI Countryman Cooper D is leaving the UK market from 1st December. About this on Friday, November 27, writes the foreign portal Carscoops with reference to the British division of the brand. The BMW Group regularly revises its model range in line with customer preferences.
A company spokesman also confirmed that the diesel BMW 2-Series Coupe and Cabrio Diesel are no longer on sale in UK showrooms, and the BMW X5 M50d, X6 M50d and X7 M50d have ended for European markets. In the meantime, the Cooper D Countryman is still listed on the official website at a price of 26,455 pounds sterling.
In the MINI Cooper family, it sits between Cooper and Cooper S. Diesel Mini is equipped with a 150-horsepower two-liter engine that meets the EU6 emission standard.
Up to a hundred cars will accelerate in 9.1 seconds, and its maximum speed reaches 208 km / h.
Fuel consumption for each hundred kilometers traveled varies from 5.4 to 5 liters. CO2 emissions are 142-130 g / km.
Earlier, we talked about the special performance of the MINI Electric car, which was dedicated to the popular comic book hero named Flash. The car received a very bright body color. Specifications have passed to the car from the classic version.
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