A new City Pack package for 2014, available on all models, includes an alarm system, power-fold mirrors, heated mirror and wash jets, auto-dimming mirrors, rear park distance control and more. A single premium package is available, bundling the dual-pane panoramic sunroof, rain-sensing automatic headlights, and automatic climate control, plus more.
All Countryman crossover models come with standard cruise control, air conditioning, and power accessories (windows, doors, locks). An AM/FM/CD player with MP3 auxiliary input is also standard, as is cloth upholstery. Upgrades available across the Countryman range include leather seats, heated seats, and a panoramic sunroof.
Each trim level also brings with it some features upgrades; the Cooper S adds sport seats, a contrasting roof, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, and satellite radio. Cooper S options include a Harmon Kardon sound system and an anti-theft alarm. ALL4 models also get fog lamps. The John Cooper Works Countryman comes standard with ALL4 all-wheel drive.
Navigation, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, HD Radio, push-button start, a trip computer, and a dizzying array of appearance and style accessories are also available to add to your Countryman.