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Mini has given the facelifted Mini Countryman a unique range of exterior colours and interior trims with the creation of a new Park Lane model.

Unveiled at the Geneva motor show, the upmarket Countryman is planned to go on sale in the UK in July with a choice of four engines and either front- or four-wheel drive.

Featuring the same styling treatment as the Countryman All4, the Park Lane receives a body finished in Earl Grey metallic, with the roof, exterior mirror and inlays of the chrome surrounds for the repeater units along the flanks in Oak Red.

Also included are 'Park Lane' emblems on each of the front wings, and 18in wheels in grey.

Inside, there are further 'Park Lane' inscriptions on the door sills and dashboard. Various interior surfaces are finished in Oxide Silver, while Carbon Black is used for inlays within the door trims and centre console.

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Peter Cavellini 5 March 2015

Ho hum........

This is a 21stCentury Mini,the kind we like are 20thCentury ones,the 1960'70's models.
Daniel Joseph 5 March 2015


Peter Cavellini wrote:

This is a 21stCentury Mini,the kind we like are 20thCentury ones,the 1960'70's models.

Hmmm...don't remember being asked about this. I agree that the Countryman is a bit of a munter, but I'd far soon travel (and crash!) in any 21st Century Mini than in one of the originals. I speak from painful experience, as the front seat passenger in a 1970's Mini that was t-boned by Renault 16. Last thing I remember before the lights went out was the parcel shelf shooting up to meet the windscreen, and my head...

ordinary bloke 3 March 2015

Ugh !

Has no one told MINI that you can't turn a sow's ear into a silk purse no matter what you do to it ! And is that a devil's trident design on the bonnet ? Very appropriate ..........