Famous as the first crossover SUV to sport the BMW/Mini moniker, the Countryman was launched at 2010's Geneva Motor Show. Drivers can choose from six-speed manual or automatic transmissions, as well as 1.6L gasoline or 2.0L diesel engines. Some models also offer an optional all-wheel-drive mode. Most impressively, the European New Car Assessment Program (Euro NCAP) gave the Countryman a 5-star crash rating, making it one of the safest SUVs around. Kit features new tooling, a choice of left-side or right-side handle parts and two different wheel options.