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Two diminutive city crossovers, two vastly differing approaches. One is a yank tank focused on rugged construction, the other is bloated Mini focused on the sporty side of the equation.

I've compared here the base trim Countryman to the base trim Renegade, as well as the top trim Countryman and Renegade. I've used UK specs for the Countryman and UK engine options for the Renegade...

Jeep Renegade:



Engine: 1.6L E Torq
Power: 108 @ 5,500 RPM
Torque: 112 @ 4,500 RPM

Length: 4,231 mm
Width: 1,803 mm
Height: 1,689 mm

Boot Capacity: 523 Liters

Mini One D Countryman:



Engine: 1.5L I4
Power: 97 hp @ 6,000 RPM
Torque: 113 lb-ft @ 3,000 RPM

Length: 4,097 mm
Width: 1,789 mm
Height: 1,561 mm

Boot Capacity: 350 Liters (max 1,170 L)

Jeep Renegade Trailhawk:



Engine: 2.4L Tigershark I4
Power: 184 HP @ 6,400 RPM
Torque: 108 @ 5,500

Length: 4,231 mm
Width: 1,803 mm
Height: 1,739 mm

Boot Capacity: 523 Liters


Mini John Cooper Works Countryman:



Engine: 1.5L I4 Turbo
Power: 218 HP @ 6,000 RPM
Torque: 193 lb-ft @ 1,850-5,600 RPM

Length: 4,133 mm
Width: 1,789 mm
Height: 1,549 mm

Boot Capacity: 350 Liters (max 1,170 L)

It's obvious which will be the favourite here ;)
 

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I prefer the Renegade but, I like the power from the 1.5l turbo on the Mini John Cooper Works Countryman.

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Yeah it depends what you want. People who want something more fancy and classy will go for the Mini, the rest....Jeep.
 

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I like what Fiat is doing with Chrysler. Fiat seems to be packing in a lot of value per dollar in all of the new vehicles.

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Two diminutive city crossovers, two vastly differing approaches. One is a yank tank focused on rugged construction, the other is bloated Mini focused on the sporty side of the equation.

I've compared here the base trim Countryman to the base trim Renegade, as well as the top trim Countryman and Renegade. I've used UK specs for the Countryman and UK engine options for the Renegade...

Jeep Renegade:



Engine: 1.6L E Torq
Power: 108 @ 5,500 RPM
Torque: 112 @ 4,500 RPM

Length: 4,231 mm
Width: 1,803 mm
Height: 1,689 mm

Boot Capacity: 523 Liters

Mini One D Countryman:



Engine: 1.5L I4
Power: 97 hp @ 6,000 RPM
Torque: 113 lb-ft @ 3,000 RPM

Length: 4,097 mm
Width: 1,789 mm
Height: 1,561 mm

Boot Capacity: 350 Liters (max 1,170 L)

Jeep Renegade Trailhawk:



Engine: 2.4L Tigershark I4
Power: 184 HP @ 6,400 RPM
Torque: 108 @ 5,500

Length: 4,231 mm
Width: 1,803 mm
Height: 1,739 mm

Boot Capacity: 523 Liters


Mini John Cooper Works Countryman:



Engine: 1.5L I4 Turbo
Power: 218 HP @ 6,000 RPM
Torque: 193 lb-ft @ 1,850-5,600 RPM

Length: 4,133 mm
Width: 1,789 mm
Height: 1,549 mm

Boot Capacity: 350 Liters (max 1,170 L)

It's obvious which will be the favourite here ;)
I'm more than a little surprised MINI hasn't gone to the new engines for the Countryman. That would mean turbos on everything and 1.5 3cyl for the granny engine and 2.0 for the big engine... and bigger injectors and turbo for the JCW.
 

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I'm more than a little surprised MINI hasn't gone to the new engines for the Countryman. That would mean turbos on everything and 1.5 3cyl for the granny engine and 2.0 for the big engine... and bigger injectors and turbo for the JCW.

Countryman moves to the new MINI platform and engines next year; 2015 was just a refresh.


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