2016 MINI Clubman

Jun 30, 2015

Category: Rides

It’s tough to fit everyday practicality, long distance suitability, and a comfortable ride all in one car, but the 2016 MINI Clubman has done just that. It’s 12.4 inches longer and 4.6 inches wider than its predecessor. In fact, the MINI Clubman is so different that it is even switching logos, as its new logo has a more two-dimensional feel.

The 2016 MINI Clubman will have two engine options, including a 134 horsepower 3-cylinder and a 189 horsepower 4-cylinder. The 2016 model will also introduce MINI’s 8-speed Steptronic transmission, a heads-up display, driving assistant and a camera-supported cruise control. The four door MINI also has the signature split trunk doors like we’re used to. Even with these upgrades, the 2016 MINI Clubman is expected to be just $1500 more than Mini’s current two-door hatchbacks.

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