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2011 MINI Countryman ALL4 by H&R Springs

Ever since MINI started expanding its line-up a few years ago, the German automaker has made great strides in bringing back its old school charm. In reinventing itself as a company, MINI has become quite a hit in the market and to a certain extent, the tuning market as well.

One aftermarket group that has taken a particular fondness to the MINI Countryman ALL4 is H&R, a Washington-based company.

Packed with its noted suspension components and a slew of aftermarket products, the H&R-tuned Countryman was turned from a mild-mannered crossover into a performance vehicle that exudes plenty of attitude.

The first order of business was lowering the car’s ride height and doing so without affecting the car’s overall drivability. H&R then added TRAK+ wheel spacers to create the perfect offset for the Countryman ALL4’s new set of 18" BE by Breyton GTF2 wheels wrapped in Continental ExtremeContact DWS tires. The wheel-and-tire set-up is complimented by slotted brake rotors and blue Goodridge steel braided steel lines, thus improving the car’s overall braking power.

Not only does the new set-up provide stunning good looks for the car, but it also enhanced its cornering grip. Add that to other pertinent changes done on the Countryman ALL4, including an Alta Performance Front Mount Intercooler and Cold Air Intake package, a Borla stainless steel exhaust system, and Motul lubricants, and you have a program that speaks to the Countryman ALL4’s fun-loving character.




2 comments:

Unlike the first comment, I am not that impressed with the design of this Mini. It is better if they didn’t put that orange lining. But I can say that it really suits for countrymen and cowboys too. Haha. Nice car!

I’m so impressed with the graphics of this new MINI it only adds more appeal on it. Anyway, I wonder if they also update the interior of this vehicle? Well, I hope that it is more stunning before.

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