Cooper Countryman Sedan is definitely a stunner in loads of aspects. The four bucket seats is something I loved the most. Each seat can be pushed back or forth and reclined to get the best possible comfort. Now will you please stop complaining that Mini is not great for 4 people? Mini engineers are thoughtful than every while designing the Cooper Countryman Sedan. The rear load floor, instead of simply keeping folded, can be kept upright so that you can separate the passenger area from your load. Want to hide your ugly possessions from a date? Well, Cooper Countryman Sedan is your answer! Hey, don't forget it also doubles up as a utility feature that offers extra space. Now you know what excuse you can make to those who ask you about the upright load floor!
The speed sensitive vipers on Cooper Countryman Sedan are an awesome feature. When you drive in a typical rainy day, you can concentrate more on driving than adjusting the viper. The vipers will automatically slow down when the rain is low and it can go back to full speed during a heavy fall. Why bother adjusting the speed in each minute when your Cooper Countryman Sedan can do it for you? If you are more into sporty rides, ensure that you are getting the optional sport package for better handling. For the regular commuter, the racing inspired standard suspension system is more than enough for the job. The run flat tires on Cooper Countryman Sedan ensures that your Mini is always on road but the suspension is optimized for best possible handling, not ride quality. Though it's not quite noticeable for the driver (you will be quite thrilled about your ride), passengers can get uncomfortable from time to time.
A 1.6L engine, when pushed to its limit can be noisy but Cooper Countryman Sedan does an awesome job in handling the noise. The car I reviewed was quite calm till I decided to push it past 60 miles. I was there in 10 seconds and when the car moved over 70 mph, there was a slight noise. Do not expect your Cooper Countryman Sedan perform really well on off road conditions. It's optimized well for bad roads; sand and snow but no-road conditions are a big No-No for it. After all, Cooper Countryman Sedan is a sedan, not an SUV!