2017 Mini Countryman US Price Starts at $26,100 MSRP

Dubbed “the best equipped Mini ever”

The not-so-mini Countryman is available to order in the United States for a starting sticker of $26,100.

This kind of money will only bring you the Cooper variant, but if your budget can be stretched, keep in mind that Mini is also offering the Countryman in Cooper ALL4, Cooper S, and Cooper S ALL4 iterations.

For the all-wheel drive Cooper ALL4, clients must pay at least $28,100, while the Cooper S will require a minimum payment of $29,100.

At the peak of the 2017 Mini Countryman lineup sits the Cooper S ALL4, starting at $31,100.

Prices don't include the $850 destination and handling fee, and Mini says that pricing for the Cooper S E Countryman ALL4 hybrid is to be released in 2017, closer to the model's debut on the United States market.

Along the all-turbocharged engine lineup, standard features include a rearview camera, Mini's Connected 6.5-inch infotainment system, a panoramic sunroof and 17-inch alloys.