The MINI Clubman returns this year as a true four-door with greater emphasis on convenience and passenger comfort. If you're looking for the versatility a small wagon or hatchback, but not the ho-hum styling, the charming Clubman is worthy of serious consideration.
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2016 MINI Clubman Overview
What's New for 2016
After a year's absence, the Clubman bounces back in all-new form.
Choosing Your MINI Clubman
The new Clubman features a conventional four-door design instead of its predecessor's "three-door" approach, a change made possible by four extra inches of wheelbase. On the outside, the Clubman is 11 inches longer and 3 inches wider than the MINI Cooper four-door hatchback on which its based. At the rear are dual swing-out doors for easy access to 48 cubic feet of available cargo space (or 17.5 with the rear seat in place). In terms of interior room, the Clubman now ranks in same league as more conventional hatchbacks and compact wagons.
The Clubman starts out with a 1.5-liter turbocharged three-cylinder engine that develops 134 horsepower. Your other choice is a 2-liter turbocharged four-cylinder good for 189 horsepower. A six-speed manual transmission comes standard with both engines. The 1.5-liter is available with a six-speed automatic, while the 2-liter can get an eight-speed unit. All models give you a choice of three driving modes: Sport, Normal and Green. A high-output version of the 2-liter and all-wheel drive are expected to join the option list later year or next.
For now, the Clubman is available in two trim levels:
Like all MINIs, the Clubman is highly configurable. Most package features are available on an individual basis, along with numerous interior and exterior trim upgrades. For buyers who want it all, MINI offers the Fully Loaded Package with nearly all major options at a discounted price.
The standard three-cylinder engine may seem like efficiency overkill, but it's power enough to take the base Clubman from zero to 60 mph in a decent 8.9 seconds. That sounds even better when you consider that the more powerful S will set you back an additional $3,550.