Mini Cooper S Countryman 2016 Owners Manual PDF | Page 213

Brakes, MINI maintenance
system 172
Brakes, service require‐
ments 66
Brake system, MINI mainte‐
nance system 172
Braking, notes 113
Braking, parking brake 52
Breakdown assistance, Road‐
side Assistance 184
Breaking in 112
Buckle tongues height adjust‐
ment 39
Button for starting the engine,
refer to Start/Stop button 50
C
California Proposition 65
Warning 7
Car battery, refer to Vehicle
battery 182
Car care products 191
Care, displays 193
Care, vehicle 191
Cargo area, Comfort Ac‐
cess 29
Cargo area door, refer to Tail‐
gate 27
Cargo area, enlarging, cargo
cover 102
Cargo area, flat loading
floor 104
Cargo area light, refer to Inte‐
rior lights 72
Cargo area, multi-function
hook 105
Cargo area, opening from the
outside 27
Cargo area, partition net 104
Car horn, refer to Horn 12
Carpet, care 193
Car phone, refer to Tele‐
phone 138
Car wash 190
CBC, Cornering Brake Con‐
trol 84
CBS Condition Based Serv‐
ice 172
CD/DVD drives, care 193
Center armrest 107
Center console, refer to
Around the center con‐
sole 15
Center rail 107
Center rail, refer to Storage
compartments 107
Central locking, Comfort Ac‐
cess 28
Central locking from the in‐
side 25
Central locking system, con‐
cept 21
Central locking system, from
the outside 21
Changes, technical, refer to
Own Safety 6
Changing wheels/tires 160
Check Control 67
Children, transporting 45
Child restraint fixing system
LATCH 47
Child restraint fixing sys‐
tems 45
Child restraint fixing systems,
mounting 46
Child seat, mounting 46
Child seats, refer to Transport‐
ing children safely 45
Chrome parts, care 192
Circulation of air, refer to Re‐
circulated air mode, air con‐
ditioner 92
Circulation of air, refer to Re‐
circulated air mode, auto‐
matic climate control 94
Cleaning, displays 193
Cleaning, refer to Care 190
Climate 91
Climate mode, ventilation 95
Clock 61
Clock, 12h/24h mode 64
Closing from the inside 25
Closing from the outside 22
Clutch, breaking in 112
Cockpit 12
Cold start, refer to Starting the
engine 51
Combination instrument, refer
to Displays 14
Combination switch, refer to
Turn signal/high-beams/
headlight flasher 53
Combination switch, refer to
Washer/wiper system 54
Comfort Access 28
Comfort Access, in the car
wash 29
Comfort Access, replacing the
battery 30
Comfort area, refer to Around
the center console 15
Compartment for remote con‐
trol, refer to Ignition lock 50
Compass, digital 98
Computer 62
Computer, displaying informa‐
tion 62
Condition Based Service
CBS 172
Confirmation signals for vehi‐
cle locking/unlocking 23
Consumption, refer to Aver‐
age fuel consumption 63
Control Display, care 193
Controls and displays 12
Control systems, driving stabil‐
ity 84
Convenient operation, win‐
dow 23
Coolant temperature 62
Cooling function, switching on
and off 95
Cooling, maximum 94
Cornering Brake Control,
CBC 84
Corrosion on brake discs 114
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Mini Cooper S Countryman 2016 Owners Manual Summary of Content

Brakes, MINI maintenancesystem 172 Brakes, service requirements 66 Brake system, MINI maintenance system 172 Braking, notes 113 Braking, parking brake 52 Breakdown assistance, Roadside Assistance 184 Breaking in 112 Buckle tongues height adjustment 39 Button for starting the engine,refer to Start/Stop button 50 CCalifornia Proposition 65Warning 7 Car battery, refer to Vehiclebattery 182 Car care products 191 Care, displays 193 Care, vehicle 191 Cargo area, Comfort Access 29 Cargo area door, refer to Tailgate 27 Cargo area, enlarging, cargocover 102 Cargo area, flat loadingfloor 104 Cargo area light, refer to Interior lights 72 Cargo area, multi-functionhook 105 Cargo area, opening from theoutside 27 Cargo area, partition net 104 Car horn, refer to Horn 12 Carpet, care 193 Car phone, refer to Telephone 138 Car wash 190 CBC, Cornering Brake Control 84 CBS Condition Based Service 172 CD/DVD drives, care 193 Center armrest 107 Center console, refer toAround the center console 15 Center rail 107 Center rail, refer to Storagecompartments 107 Central locking, Comfort Access 28 Central locking from the inside 25 Central locking system, concept 21 Central locking system, fromthe outside 21 Changes, technical, refer toOwn Safety 6 Changing wheels/tires 160 Check Control 67 Children, transporting 45 Child restraint fixing systemLATCH 47 Child restraint fixing systems 45 Child restraint fixing systems,mounting 46 Child seat, mounting 46 Child seats, refer to Transporting children safely 45 Chrome parts, care 192 Circulation of air, refer to Recirculated air mode, air conditioner 92 Circulation of air, refer to Recirculated air mode, automatic climate control 94 Cleaning, displays 193 Cleaning, refer to Care 190 Climate 91 Climate mode, ventilation 95 Clock 61 Clock, 12h/24h mode 64 Closing from the inside 25 Closing from the outside 22 Clutch, breaking in 112 Cockpit 12 Cold start, refer to Starting theengine 51 Combination instrument, referto Displays 14 Combination switch, refer toTurn signal/high-beams/headlight flasher 53 Combination switch, refer toWasher/wiper system 54 Comfort Access 28 Comfort Access, in the carwash 29 Comfort Access, replacing thebattery 30 Comfort area, refer to Aroundthe center console 15 Compartment for remote control, refer to Ignition lock 50 Compass, digital 98 Computer 62 Computer, displaying information 62 Condition Based ServiceCBS 172 Confirmation signals for vehicle locking/unlocking 23 Consumption, refer to Average fuel consumption 63 Control Display, care 193 Controls and displays 12 Control systems, driving stability 84 Convenient operation, window 23 Coolant temperature 62 Cooling function, switching onand off 95 Cooling, maximum 94 Cornering Brake Control,CBC 84 Corrosion on brake discs 114 Seite 213Everything from A to ZREFERENCE213Online Edition for Part no. 01 40 2 964 433 - VI/15