First locally manufactured Mini Countryman rolls off the production line

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Mr. Robert Frittrang, MD, BMW Plant Chennai with the MINI Countryman

We reported in detail when the boffins at BMW notified us that the CKD assembly of the Countryman has commenced in India. With this, the Countryman became the first Mini to be produced outside Europe. The Mini Countryman is now being assembled at BMW’s plant near Chennai. The first locally assemble Mini Countryman recently rolled off the production lines of BMW India and seen here in the lead image is Mr. Robert Frittrang, Managing Director, BMW Plant Chennai with the first locally produced Mini Countryman.

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The diesel variants of the Mini Countryman were recently launched in India and along with the petrol variant, the car is now also being sold in two diesel variants – MINI Cooper D Countryman and MINI Cooper D Countryman High. Another new variant that was launched with the two diesel models was the new Mini One Countryman, which is a petrol variant. With this, the car is now being sold in as many as 5 different variants and below is the list of all the variants, along with their prices-

MINI ONE Countryman (CKD)                         :   23,50,000

MINI Cooper D Countryman (CKD)                  :  25,60,000

MINI Cooper D Countryman High (CKD)       :   28,90,000

MINI Cooper S Countryman (CBU)                   :  34,20,000

MINI Cooper S Countryman High (CBU)        :  37,50,000

The ex-showroom price list (in Indian rupees) of other MINI cars in India are as follows –

 

 

 

MINI

 

MINI Cooper                                         :           26,60,000

 

MINI Cooper S                                      :           29,90,000

 

 

 

MINI Convertible

 

MINI Cooper Convertible                        :           32,50,000

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  • viper says:

    u know why he’s grinning??
    he knows the spares count with dealers is still Zero!
    they don’t even have a new battery for customers…