How Long Can You Drive A MINI SE Countryman Before Needing To Charge?

June 22nd, 2023 by

The MINI SE Countryman plug-in hybrid electric vehicle has an estimated electric-only driving range of 17 miles. It also gets an estimated combined 29 miles per gallon, and 73 MPGe.

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The 2023 MINI Countryman PHEVThe first electric vehicle from MINI was the MINI Cooper SE Hardtop, first introduced during the 2020 model year. In 2023, MINI followed that up by introducing a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle: the MINI SE Countryman. As a plug-in hybrid, the Countryman can operate on both electric battery and gas power separately.

A top concern for drivers when it comes to most hybrid and electric vehicles is driving range. How far can you go between charges? As a plug-in hybrid, the MINI SE Countryman’s electric-only range is shorter than an all-electric vehicle. The 2023 MINI SE Countryman has an estimated electric-only range of 18 miles. While not sufficient for long road trips, this is a helpful way to save money on gas on daily commutes.

In addition to its electric-only range, the MINI SE Countryman gets an estimated combined 29 MPG.

Charging the MINI SE Countryman

The MINI SE Countryman can be charged using any Level 1, 2, or 3 charging station. The SE Countryman comes with a standard charging cable which can connect to standard home outlets. However, for faster chargers, drivers can connect to a Level 2 charger. Using an alternating current Level 2 charger, the SE Countryman can reach a full charge in about 2 hours. Using a Level 3 DC charger, the Countryman can reach 80% charge capacity in 36 minutes.

Visit us in person at Ray Catena Auto Group location to take the versatile and distinctive MINI SE Countryman for a test drive, or contact us today to learn more. 

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