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Mini Countryman Cooper ALL4 2013 Review

Mini is increasing the number of all-wheel versions within the MINI model range to ten models, as the ALL4 will now be available for the MINI Cooper Countryman and the MINI Cooper Paceman from July 2013. The permanent all-wheel drive system helps the driver stay in control while driving on snow, sand or slippery surfaces.

ALL4 is based on an electromagnetic centre differential and distributes drive force at continuously variable levels between the front and rear axle.

The all-wheel drive system distributes the power of a 1.6-litre 4-cylinder engine with an output of 90 kW/122 bhp between the front and rear wheels with a maximum torque of 160 Newton metres (190 Nm with automatic transmission), at an engine speed of 4,250 rpm.

The MINI Cooper Countryman ALL4 sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in 11.9 seconds (automatic: 11.7 seconds). The top speed is 184 km/h (182 km/h). The MINI Cooper Paceman ALL4 takes 11.8 seconds (automatic: 11.6 seconds) to accelerate from standing to 100 km/h and attains a top speed of 185 (183) km/h.

The MINI Cooper Countryman ALL4 and the MINI Cooper Paceman ALL4 have an average fuel consumption of 6.9 litres per 100 kilometres (automatic: 7.5 litres) on the EU test cycle and CO2 emissions of 167 (175) grams per kilometre.

Mini Countryman Cooper ALL4 2013

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