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  • 2020 MINI Clubman Overview

    Willis Kuelthau
    Automotive Editor - October 15, 2019

    What's New

    The 2020 Mini Clubman gets a mid-cycle face-lift with largely aesthetic changes. The most noticeable is the front grille, which is the same size but looks larger thanks to the absence of the black bumper. The lighting gets a redesign, the exterior and interior see some new trims, and Mini’s connectivity software gains a new SIM card.

    Mechanically, the only significant change is a power boost for the racy John Cooper Works trim.

    The Clubman drops its base trim for 2020, leaving just the S and John Cooper Works. There’s been a price increase, too – starting prices rise by $2,000 to $3,500 depending on trim.

    Choosing Your Mini Clubman

    The Mini Clubman is available in two trims: Cooper S and John Cooper Works (or JCW). Prices start at $31,750 including destination for a Cooper S and climb to $40,250 for a JCW.

    Within those trims, three different equipment groups dictate feature set: Classic, Signature, and Iconic. Classic is included, while prices for the other two vary by powertrain.

    Engine Choices

    The Cooper S Clubman gets a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder, while the JCW gets a revised version of the same engine. The latter is new for 2020, bringing more power to the JCW despite remaining the same size as 2019’s powerplant.

    Engine TypeTrim LevelHorsepowerTorqueFuel Economy (Combined)
    2.0L Turbo 4-CylinderCooper S189 hp207 lb-ft29 mpg
    2.0L Turbo 4-CylinderJohn Cooper Works301 hp331 lb-ft26 mpg

    The new JCW four-cylinder engine gains a hefty 73 horsepower over last year’s, dropping the 0-60 mph sprint down to an impressive 4.9 seconds. It also gets an eight-speed automatic transmission; the base engine makes do with seven cogs.

    The JCW comes with standard all-wheel drive, while the Cooper S starts with front-wheel drive, but Mini’s ALL4 AWD system is available for $2,000.

    Passenger and Cargo Capacity

    The Clubman seats five, and it does so more easily than a standard Mini Cooper thanks to four doors. Cargo capacity is good, too: 17.5 cubic feet behind the seats or 47.9 with the second row folded. Those numbers compare reasonably well against hatchbacks like the Mazda Mazda3 or Volkswagen Golf.

    In a unique twist on the hatchback shape, the Clubman’s cargo is accessed via two vertical doors instead of a single horizontal one.

    Safety Features

    The Clubman hasn’t been crash tested, though other members of the Mini family have scored fairly well. On the active safety technology front, it’s a mixed bag.

    The Clubman does have technology like automatic emergency braking, but it doesn’t come standard – only a parking sensor and a rearview camera are included at the Classic level. Getting automatic emergency braking means upgrading to Signature, and advanced features like adaptive cruise control are in a separate package on top of that.


    The Clubman starts with a 6.5-inch display screen (not a touchscreen) running Mini Connected software. That software is updated for 2020, with new always-on functionality and telematics. An 8.8-inch touchscreen comes with the Signature or Iconic groups. Apple CarPlay compatibility isn’t standard, either — you’ll need either an extra package or the Iconic group.

    Cooper S - From $31,750

    The Cooper S includes a leather-wrapped steering wheel, synthetic upholstery, and 17-inch alloy rims at the Classic Level. Gray is the only included exterior color, anything else costs $500.

    Getting automatic emergency braking means stepping up to the Signature group, which costs $3,000 here. The Signature also adds goodies like the infotainment touchscreen, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated seats, and a panoramic roof.

    Power-adjustable seats still aren’t included on the Cooper S Clubman Signature– to get those you’ll need the Premium Package ($2,000), which also includes power-folding mirrors and satellite radio.

    Apple CarPlay comes as part of the Touchscreen Navigation Package ($1,700), which also includes what its name implies and wireless charging. Adaptive cruise control, front parking sensors, park assist, and a head-up display are available through the Driver Assistance Package ($1,250). Upgrading to leather upholstery is another $1,000.

    That leather upholstery comes standard with the Iconic group, though the price is $8,000 over the Classic. The contents of the Touchscreen Navigation and Premium Packages are included, but the Driver Assistance Package is not. As a final bonus, the Iconic group gets 18-inch rims.

    Adding all-wheel drive is a $2,000 option, and Mini tacks on LED headlights for good measure. But the news isn’t all good – despite including the exact same features, the Signature and Iconic groups rise to $4,000 and $10,000, respectively, on Cooper S ALL4 models.

    John Cooper Works - From $40,250

    The John Cooper Works trim is the racer of the Clubman family. To go along with its newly powerful engine, it gets a sportier suspension tune and standard all-wheel drive. The Classic group gets exclusive upholstery, LED headlights, and 18-inch alloy wheels.

    Upgrading to the Signature group brings adaptive suspension dampers along with the usual feature upgrades at a cost of $3,000. The Touchscreen Navigation, Driver Assistance, and Premium Packages all remain the same as on the Cooper S trim, though the Premium Package includes a Harman Kardon audio system here.

    Bumping up to Iconic brings premium leather and 19-inch wheels in addition to the features from the Cooper S Iconic. It again costs $8,000 over the Classic group. As a reward for selecting a Mini that costs nearly $50,000, the brand lowers the price of the Driver Assistance Package to $850.

    Compare Clubman Trims Side-By-Side

    CarsDirect Tip

    We’d stick with the Cooper S and the Signature trim on our 2020 Mini Clubman to try to keep costs low. The price increases haven’t helped the Clubman’s value, especially compared to more traditional hatchbacks.

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