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Last Updated: March 28, 2019

Low Sales: The Mini Countryman experienced slow demand when it hit the market in the spring of 2017, and continued to struggle in the competitive subcompact SUV class in 2018. This year hasn’t been any better so far, as Mini dealers have sold 34 percent fewer Countryman models than they did over the same span last year.

High Prices: A base Countryman with an automatic transmission starts at $30,900, which is the highest starting price among the segment and just over $9,000 above the class average.

Time to Buy: To get a better deal, we suggest shopping the competition. The Countryman's high price means that no matter when you buy, you’ll still likely pay more for the Mini than almost any other competitor. Consider a mid-level trim of the Mazda CX-3 ($22,475). It has plenty of features, an attractive cabin, sporty handling, and is several thousand dollars cheaper than the Mini. The Mazda was also a finalist for the 2019 Best Subcompact for the Money award, so you likely won’t feel any buyer’s remorse if you drive one home from the dealership. Check out this month’s Mazda deals to save even more.

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