Consumer Review Video - 2013 Mini Cooper Countryman S ALL4 1.6L 4 Cyl. Turbo

Car Displayed: 2013 Mini Cooper Countryman S ALL4 1.6L 4 Cyl. Turbo

The 2013 Mini Cooper Countryman S ALL4 is a moderately difficult car to maintain, but a good choice for the experienced car owner. You will need to loosen many bolts in order to lift the housing to access the engine air filter with reliability. This can be tough, as you will need tools that the average car owner may not have readily available for a repair. In order to access one of the tail lights, you will have to reach through the rear wheel well lining. This is a problem, as the lining can grow tight to the vehicle over time. Checking the brake fluid level is difficult, as the reservoir is located beneath a cover in the engine bay. The maximum and minimum level markers are difficult to check due to its location.

Some things are easier on the 2013 Mini Cooper Countryman S ALL4. The headlight is easy to access, as you only have to reach behind the housing for access to the bulb. Both the engine and interior fuse boxes are easily accessible on this vehicle. You only need to remove one cover to access either set of fuses. Checking the oil level is easy to do, as the oil dipstick is easily accessible in the engine bay.

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