New MINI Clubman achieves up to 68.9mpg

MINI Clubman

MINI Clubman

The new MINI Clubman gains four, rather than three, side doors; it offers more space; and is available as a MINI Cooper Clubman, MINI Cooper D Clubman or MINI Cooper S Clubman.

The new MINI Clubman is 270mm longer and 73mm wider than the MINI 5-door Hatch, with a 100mm longer wheelbase. The boot has a volume of 360 litres, which can be extended to 1,250 litres by folding the rear seats flat.

The latest generation of MINI TwinPower Turbo Technology engines are available, with three units from launch – the MINI Cooper Clubman, MINI Cooper D Clubman and MINI Cooper S Clubman. CO2 emissions are as low as 109g/km, with fuel economy of up to 68.9mpg.

New to the MINI brand is an 8-speed Steptronic transmission, available as an option on the MINI Cooper S Clubman and the MINI Cooper D Clubman. MINI’s Navigation System is standard on all models.

Production starts at MINI Plant Oxford later this year and order books are now open; prices start at £19,995.

The MINI Cooper S Clubman, with a 4 cylinder, 2-litre petrol engine, can achieve up to 48.7mpg, equating to 134 g/km CO2 emissions.

The MINI Cooper Clubman has a 3-cylinder, 1.5-litre petrol engine, with 55.4 mpg and 118g/km CO2 emissions.

The MINI Cooper D Clubman has a 4 cylinder, 2-litre diesel engine, with fuel economy of 68.9mpg and 109g/km CO2 emissions.

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