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Video: 2021 Mini Countryman Hybrid v Volvo XC40 Recharge Comparison

Style and substance! We compare a pair of upmarket, High Street dwellers that plug-in with a conscience. The Mini Cooper Countryman SE Hybrid faces off against the Volvo XC40 Recharge to see which one puts the best foot forward as a stepping stone to your electric driving future.

Video: MINI John Cooper Works Range Review

As fun and engaging as every Mini is to drive, it’s fair to say that some of us might want just a little bit more. Which is where Mini’s performance arm, John Cooper Works (JCW), comes in. The current John Cooper Works range spans five models in the MINI lineup. Let's see how the JCW cars stack up!

Video: MINI Connected App, communicate with your Mini from anywhere!

Sponsored by MINI Got a Mini? Well, there's an app for that. All new Minis feature an always-on telemetry function called Mini Connected, which means you can access your car with your phone whenever you like. Mini Connected is the branded version of the BMW ConnectedDrive software. So if you're familiar with that, this works the same way...

REVIEW: 2020 MINI Clubman and Countryman John Cooper Works | JCW power!

Here we have the 2020 MINI Clubman and Countryman John Cooper Works, which has received a significant boost for the 2020 model line-up incorporating the usual trim, styling and interior updates, as well as a 55kW and 100Nm boost to the 2.0-litre engine. More power is always good, right? Scott Collie was at the Australian Launch to find out.

2019 Mini Countryman S E ALL4 review: The Owners' View

Sponsored by MINI MINI has released its first electrified model, the 2019 MINI Countryman S E ALL4, a plug-in hybrid EV (PHEV). At $57,200 before on road costs, this version is $3300 more than the Cooper SD ALL4 diesel, but that premium gives you the benefit of a small a 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine on the front axle, and an electric motor at the rear...

Range Review: 2019 MINI family

Smallest to largest, bottom to top, here's the Mini range. Although some of the models mightn’t be all that small anymore, there’s still a link between the three-door and the biggest, baddest Countryman.