The “first” MINI JCW Countryman

In March 2012, at the Geneva Motor Show, MINI showed live a “charged” version of its Countryman subcompact SUV called JCW – John Cooper Works. In addition to a more assertive appearance and sporty accents in the interior, the car underwent a balanced and comprehensive modernization of almost all units and assemblies, which allowed it to “lead” the model line of the British brand.
Externally, Mini Countryman JCW looks more aggressive than its “brothers”, and all thanks to the more evil plastic “plumage” around the perimeter, 18-inch wheel rims of the original design and two large sockets of the exhaust system, and, optionally, the “combat” color with stripes stretching along body.

The maximum capabilities of the crossover are limited at 223-225 km / h, and the starting “race” to the first “hundred” fits into 6.9 seconds. The machine “consumes” from 7.3 to 7.9 liters of fuel in the combined cycle, depending on the modification.

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