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What is the Difference Between the Mini Clubman and the Mini Countryman? Comparing Two Exceptional Mini Models

Similar in size but worlds apart when it comes to personality, the Mini Cooper Clubman and Mini Cooper Countryman are two of the more popular models you'll discover at Mini of Dutchess County. The Mini Mini Clubman is an energetic subcompact car built for fun. The Mini Countryman is a subcompact crossover packed with the potential for a thrilling commute through Poughkeepsie. But there are more to the comparisons than just the basic functions. Mini of Dutchess County is hoping to help you decide between these two vehicles by comparing a few highlights.

Mini Clubman vs Mini Countryman

 

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Why Driver Like to Shop with Mini of Dutchess County

When you are shopping for your next vehicle, you want to know you are dealing with a sales team that listens to you and cares about what kind of car or crossover you need. But you also want to know they are knowledgeable in everything that you might not be aware of, as you continue your search for the perfect vehicle. Fortunately, you don't have to go into a dealership unaware of how they treat customers. Services like "DealerRater" recognize dealerships for the way they handle car shoppers.

Mini of Dutchess County in Wappingers Falls is proud to earn…

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Looking for a Fun & Practical Winter Vehicle? Consider a MINI with ALL4 AWD

 

Here at MINI of Dutchess County, we're passionate MINI fans. But we're also New Yorkers like you who have to make it through every season including Winter in Wappingers Falls, Poughkeepsie, and Carmel NY. We need to get to work every day. We need to run our errands. We need to drop the kids off to school. We know, in short, what you need from a vehicle in each and every season.

Just about all the many mighty vehicles in the new MINI lineup provide the capability to help you go anywhere confidently and stylishly. But some MINI…

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