THE 2021 MINI COUNTRYMAN HYBRID PLUG-IN SUV.
Our inventive solutions allowed us to create a MINI Countryman SAV with a hybrid drivetrain, so you can expect the same iconic MINI drive with the added bonus of lowering your carbon footprint.Contact a Dealer
This Hybrid SUV is the same MINI Countryman SAV, just with the added bonus of a hybrid drivetrain, meaning more gas savings. You can lower your carbon footprint while still enjoying the MINI drive of your Countryman.
We enhanced our crossover to make it even more flexible for its adventurous, city driver. Charging your plug-in hybrid SUV is easy to do whether it’s parked in your garage or at one of the countless charging stations in your city.Explore Home Charging Solutions with Amazon
Flexible financing available on electric and plug-in hybrid MINI vehicles. Lower monthly payments compared to traditional financing options –now that’s SELECTRIC! Financing flexibility, only from MINI Financial Services. For complete details, ask your local MINI Dealer.VIEW OFFERS
The MINI Countryman features two fresh exterior colors and optional piano black exterior trim, redesigned headlight & rear light union-jack design, updated front grille and bumper design, and multiple wheel options.
Along with the standard premium interior features of the Countryman, our latest models have a new design for central instrument display, interior surfaces, seat upholstery, and new digital instrument cluster.
The MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid has 2 fresh exterior colors as well as updated headlights, rear union-jack light design and functions, redesigned front grille, multiple wheel options, updated central instrument display, interior surface and upholstery, and digital instrument cluster.CONTACT A DEALER
What is the MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid range?
On a full charge, the MINI Cooper SE Countryman ALL4 PHEV has an EPA estimated 73 MPGe, with 17 miles of all-electric range and combined range of 300 miles. We’ve incorporated features like regenerative braking that permits the flow of energy back into your MINI while you drive. You can select your preferred driving mode whether it be drive all-electric, solely with the gasoline engine, or a blend of electric and gasoline.
Does weather affect the performance and battery life of my MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid?
Just as with any other car, weather and other environmental conditions can affect the MINI Cooper SE Countryman PHEV. Extreme cold and hot temperatures may impact the driving range. Battery life is typically unaffected by typical weather conditions.
How long does the MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid take to get a full charge?
While the car will take up to about 2 ½ hours to fully charge using a Level 2 EVSE, the driver typically only needs about 7 seconds to plug in and then unplug freeing the remaining time to go about their daily routine.
How do I charge my MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid?
You can charge your MINI Cooper SE Countryman PHEV at home with the Level 1 charging cord that comes with your MINI– you just need a standard three-prong outlet. A Level 2 EVSE home charger can charge the car faster. If you find yourself needing to recharge while you’re out, you can use one of the 19,000+ current public charging stations available with more being added every day. You can use your MINI app or the in-car navigation system to locate all the public charging stations available to you while you’re on the road, too.
Do I need special equipment to charge my MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid vehicle at home?
Your MINI comes with a level one charging cord that does not require any special equipment, just a standard three-prong outlet. For faster charging, an EVSE or wallbox can deliver a faster charge at your home or workplace. On the road, public charging can be utilized.
How much does it cost to charge my MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid?
Electricity costs for your MINI Cooper SE Countryman PHEV will typically cost about 1/3 of what it would cost for an equivalent gasoline model. Since all drivers will have different driving experiences, it is easy to calculate your average cost by multiplying your cost of electricity per kWh by the amount you are charging in kW. When driving short distances and using only the all-electric mode, electricity will be the most cost efficient. For longer trips, you will need to fill the tank with gasoline as well, so the costs will be a blend of the gasoline and electric costs.
Which states offer incentives?
State incentive programs for Plug-In Hybrid Electric (PHEV) vehicles vary in their scope and applicability. While tax incentives are most frequently mentioned, HOV access, toll reduction and sales tax exemptions may also be offered and apply. Please consult your knowledgeable financial planner or tax specialist to determine how the state and federal incentive may apply to you. Source: https://afdc.energy.gov/fuels/laws/ELEC
What is included with my MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid warranty?
Your MINI MINI Countryman Plug-In Hyrbid includes a 12 Year/Unlimited Mileage Rust Perforation Limited Warranty, a 4 Year/50,000 mile Limited Warranty, a 4 Year/Unlimited Mileage Roadside Assistance Program, and an 8 Year/80,000-mile High-Voltage Battery Warranty. You can also enjoy our complimentary program for the first 3 years or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first, on scheduled maintenance, meaning your costs will total $0 for your regularly scheduled Oil Changes, Cabin Microfilter, Vehicle Check, Battery Charge, Battery Check, and Brake Fluid.
Please note scheduled maintenance coverage is not transferable to subsequent purchaser, owners, or lessees. Please see MINIUSA.com or ask your authorized dealer for more information.
What federal tax incentives is the MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid eligible for?
The MINI Cooper SE Countryman is eligible for a potential federal tax incentive of $5,002. Tax credits are complicated and subject to change without notice. While MINI USA does its best to keep this information up-to-date, it cannot guarantee the current accuracy of your eligibility. We recommend consulting a tax professional to validate credit availability and eligibility. Source: https://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/taxevb.shtml