The wraps have been lifted on a new MINI Countryman Cooper D ALL4 Business model – developed primarily for the fleet market.
The new business edition’s launch means corporate customers now have the option of a Countryman model which includes the brand’s all-wheel drive system, MINI ALL4, for the first time.
MINI Navigation System is fitted as standard along with a multifunction steering wheel which includes cruise control, while parking sensors, automatic headlights and wipers are also part of the deal.
This extra standard kit has been specifically chosen for fleet customers and represents a saving over the cost of stand-alone options, while driving up the model’s residual values.
A particular attraction for fleet customers is the fact that the MINI Countryman Cooper D boasts some of the best emission figures for a diesel all-wheel drive car, recording 123g/km.
MINI UK director Chris Brownridge said: “The new ALL4 Business model has been specifically developed to cater for the needs of businesses with high residual values and low emissions, while also offering something fun and exciting for drivers.
“MINI has grown in popularity within the UK fleet market since the launch of the five-door hatch last year, which has opened the brand up to new customers.”
The MINI Cooper D ALL4 Countryman costs £22,455 on the road and monthly payments start from £199, which includes the Chili Pack with multifunction steering wheel, foot mats in velour, extended storage and front fog lights – normally costing £1,755.