2011 Mini Cooper Clubman S

At a Glance

Pricing $21,100 - $31,300
Drive Types FWD
Engines 1.6l I4, 1.6l I4 T
Transmissions A6, M6
Fuel Economy 25-27 (city), 33-36 (highway)

Despite the charm of the Mini Cooper, some consider it just too small to be practical. For these skeptics, Mini offers the Clubman, available in Cooper and Cooper S trim levels. The small access door allows better interior access while the extended wheelbase and length ensures better comfort for rear seat passengers. The Clubman Cooper is powered by a 1.6L inline-4; the Cooper S gets a turbo good for 181-bhp. Transmission choices include a 6-speed manual or automatic. The Mini Cooper Clubman occupies a unique niche as a premium subcompact. While most buyers prefer a larger car at the $20K+ price point, the Mini has a loyal owner base that ensures its continuing popularity.

What Changed:

All MINI models wear revised front fascias and fog lamps in front and new taillights in the rear. Inside, the silver finish has been replaced with a matte black finish. Revisions to the 1.6l engine increase power to 121-bhp (181-bhp on S models).

Model/Trim/Package Engine Original MSRP
Cooper Clubman 1.6l I4 (121-bhp) M6 FWD $21,100
Cooper Clubman 1.6l I4 (121-bhp) A6 FWD $22,350
Cooper Clubman S 1.6l I4 T (181-bhp) M6 FWD $24,800
Cooper Clubman S 1.6l I4 T (181-bhp) A6 FWD $26,050
Cooper Clubman John Cooper Works 1.6l I4 T (208-bhp) M6 FWD $31,300