MINI Clubman

MINI Clubman

About MINI Clubman

The Mini Cooper Clubman notches above the standard Hardtop in both size and price, with an interior that has more space for passengers and cargo. Revamped last year, the 2017 Clubman lineup expands with all-wheel-drive (AWD) availability on both standard and sportier S models, plus an all-new performance-oriented John Cooper Works variant. Like Clubman models before it, the latest version retains its signature swing-out rear doors instead of an upward-rising liftgate. In every other way this little British car has evolved, especially in technology, creature comforts and overall refinement. Like all Minis, the 2017 Clubman is fun to drive and makes a statement wherever it goes, but its premium appeal comes with an associated price, especially as you climb trims or add options.

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2017 MINI Clubman
What's new for 2017?
2017 MINI Clubman

Just one year into its all-new, second generation, the 2017 Mini Clubman adds available ALL4 all-wheel drive to both its base 3-cylinder and sportier Cooper S 4-cylinder models. Topping the range is the new Clubman John Cooper Works ALL4 variant.

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2016 MINI Clubman
What's new for 2016?
2016 MINI Clubman

The 2016 Mini Cooper Clubman is all-new this year. It dwarfs its predecessor and is the largest Mini in the lineup, bigger even than the Countryman SUV. With four doors and plenty of cargo space, it makes good use of its new size and is also more comfortable and refined.

2014 MINI Clubman
What's new for 2014?
2014 MINI Clubman

The 2014 Mini Cooper Hardtop is all-new, featuring fresh design, turbocharged 3-cylinder and 4-cylinder engine choices, and improved technology and safety features that include automatic braking. For now, the Cooper Convertible and Clubman carry over from the previous year. The slow-selling Clubvan cargo vehicle is no longer offered in the U.S.

2013 MINI Clubman
What's new for 2013?
2013 MINI Clubman

Bluetooth is now standard and satellite radio is made optional. John Cooper Works (JCW) models can now be had with an automatic transmission. Joining the lineup this year is the fastest Mini ever made – the he limited production John Cooper Works GP – and the Mini Clubvan featuring opaque side windows and an expanded cargo area.

2011 MINI Clubman
What's new for 2011?
2011 MINI Clubman

Like its stablemates, the 2011 Mini Cooper Clubman offers subtle exterior styling changes, slight bumps in power from its two available engines and the addition of HD and satellite radio to the list of standard features. The Clubman also gets a new special-edition Hampton Package.

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