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MINI backs up early fuel-economy claims with a top rating of 35 mpg on the highway with the new Countryman.
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2011 MINI Cooper Countryman: 27/35 mpg manual, 24/30 mpg automatic
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2011 MINI Cooper S Countryman: 26/32 mpg, manual; 25/32 mpg, automatic
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2011 MINI Cooper S Countryman ALL4: 25/31 mpg, manual; 24/31 mpg, automatic
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The Mini Coupe is our go-to example of a car that doesn't feel unsubstantial yet gets great gas mileage. (Smart ForTwo, we're looking in your direction.) The Countryman continues in the same tradition...
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MINI promises the Countryman will have the best fuel economy in its class, and according to the EPA's ratings, it's among the most fuel-efficient crossovers available today.

The standard Cooper Countryman and its 120-hp four-cylinder are rated at 27/35 mpg, when the manual gearbox is specified. Opt up to the automatic, and the rating drops to 24/30 mpg.

On the Cooper S Countryman, the EPA sets official numbers at 26/32 mpg and 25/32 mpg, respective to transmission choice.

With the ALL4 version, fuel economy of 25/31 mpg is achieved with the six-speed manual. The six-speed automatic lowers that to the gas mileage of the Countryman family: it's 24/31 mpg.

Conclusion

MINI backs up early fuel-economy claims with a top rating of 35 mpg on the highway with the new Countryman.

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