MINI
Clubman
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MSRP $28,690 to $38,190
2019 MINI cooper-clubman

MSRP

$28,690 to $38,190

The second-generation Clubman, new in 2016, became the first Mini to move up in size from the subcompact segment. The redesign came with two real doors for rear-seat passengers (the previous front-drive Clubman had what Mini called the Clubdoor, a second, handle-free, rear-hinged door behind the passenger front door). Swing open the car’s two rear side-hinged doors and the luggage compartment (with a sunken storage tub) will hold 360 litres of stuff, which can be extended to as much as 1,246 litres by folding down the rear 60/40-split back seat-rests. The Clubman is available as a base Cooper model, powered by a turbocharged 1.5-litre three-cylinder, a Cooper S, with a turbo 2.0L four-cylinder, and as the high-performance John Cooper Works, with an even more powerful version of the turbo four. Mini’s all-wheel-drive system — All4 — is now standard on all models. A six-speed manual is standard; an eight-speed automatic is available. For 2020, the John Cooper Works Clubman All4 will get a new-generation engine that puts out 301 hp, a huge bump in performance from the current model’s 228 hp. The JCW will also feature a lower sports suspension, larger exhaust pipes and four-piston brake calipers.

Seating Capacity
5
Drivetrain
AWD
Fuel Economy
City - 10.5 L/100 km
Hwy - 7.4 L/100 km
Transmission Options
6-speed manual, 8-speed automatic
Engine Options
Turbo 1.5L I3 (134 hp/162 lb-ft), turbo 2.0L I4 (189/228 hp, 207/258 lb-ft)

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