Whether you like it or you don't, the Mini Clubman unquestionably shows innovative styling. At the rear in any case. Fitted with small 'suicide' rear side doors, and double doors on the tail, this Mini Clubman offers rear passengers 8 cm more thanks to an increased wheelbase and an overall extra length of 24 cm compared to the classic Mini. The luggage compartment wins out too: 260 litres of boot space is more than acceptable.
Where engines are concerned, the Mini Clubman receives two petrol engines and the 1.6 litre turbo-diesel equipped with overboost, which enables the maximum torque to increase from 240 Nm to 260 Nm from 1,750 revs. These performances are substantially improved once again when the engine is equipped with a P-Tronic additional box-unit. This Mini Cooper D is fitted with a 6-speed manual gearbox as standard, with an automatic 5-speed featuring steering-wheel paddles available as an option.