|Pricing||$21,100 - $31,300|
|Engines||1.6l I4, 1.6l I4 T|
|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.
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).
|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|