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Our Fleet Test Drive: Mini Countryman - 6th Report

Date: 29 September 2011   |   Author: Guy Bird

Post code

I like my satnavs like my breakfasts: 'Full English'. The ability to submit a seven-digit postcode should be a given in 2011 (aftermarket systems have had them since the late '90s) but many cars currently on the market still suffer from their Euro-influenced roots where five digits is deemed enough. So 'praise be' the Mini Countryman - as a 'Full English' (sort of) brand - being able to deal with UK postcodes properly. Now all it needs to do is rectify the annoying and non-intuitive scrolling anti-clockwise to enlarge the map screen. As I've said before, surely clockwise for bigger is more logical?

Mini Cooper D Countryman
Mileage2110 miles
Our average consumption47.4mpg
Forecast CPM43.1p
Actual CPM44.8p