One of the best-selling nameplates from Mini is all-new for 2017. Bigger and better equipped, the next-generation Countryman sports an evolutionary design along with improved technologies. Thanks to its slightly bigger dimensions, Mini claims the 2017 Countryman has better interior space. It also gets 40:20:40 split rear seats for a more configurable cargo / seating layout. For the first time, the Countryman is available with a turbo-diesel in two states of tune. The Cooper SD puts out 190 PS while the entry level Cooper S produces 150 PS.