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I am looking for a compact SUV and like the look of 2015 countryman. I am not good at bargaining. So I just compared the prices from some programs(edmunds, autopriceshare, truecar, walmart). AutoPriceShare dealers give me two offers. one is 2015 Countryman Cooper S ALL4 $27413.0, the other is Cooper Countryman 2015 $22035.
Since my city always rains, I think the AWD is necessary. However, the dealer and my friends told me that AWD is only useful when snow. Is that right?
In addition, I noticed that price of 2015 countryman is firm. The shared prices in autopriceshare.com are around invoice price. There are no big discounts. Are these two prices fair?
 

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The cooper is a little under powered for the ALL4 transmission.
The ALL4 is beneficial in damp and wet weather, not just ice and snow.

and a $5280 difference between Cooper non ALL4 and a S ALL4 seems low to me.
 

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The only downside on the ALL4 system on the Countryman S is the fuel efficiency. In early models the distribution of the ALL4 system between the front and rear axle is a bit weird and noticable when driving, but I don't know if that has been changed.


Go and have a testdrive and tell us your experience with both models ;)
 
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