Mini Clubman car reviews
Calling the MINI Clubman an estate is pushing it, but it does add useful extra practicality and even more quirky style to the MINI’s famous go-kart handling.
Date added: Friday 30 April 2010.
The styling may split opinion, but the Clubman packs the same punch and comes with a longer wheelbase, making it more comfortable than the hatch.
Date added: Sunday 31 January 2010.
The entry-level MINI One Clubman is good to drive, but lacks the equipment and desirability of the mid-spec Cooper version
Date added: Monday 01 June 2009.
The MINI Clubman adds practicality to the much-loved MINI range, while retaining all the driveability of its smaller brother
Date added: Friday 23 November 2007.
The MINI Clubman Concept showcases a very different take on the more-spacious-MINI recipe than the outgoing model. It’s 260mm longer, 170mm wider and 25mm taller, which should make it much more family-friendly.
Date added: Tuesday 04 March 2014.
BMW’s take on the iconic Mini was a huge hit when it was launched over a decade ago, and is a great buy with its mix of stylish looks, excellent build quality and fun to drive nature. mThe MINI holds its value better than just about any car on the market. As a result it makes a superb new buy, but used bargains can be hard to track down.
Date added: Tuesday 17 May 2011.
Two new special editions of the MINI have been announced – the Hatch Pimlico and the Clubman Hampton. The MINI Clubman Hampton arrives in March and will be offered in Reef Blue metallic only, a colour unique to this car. The roof and rear door surrounds are black however.
Date added: Monday 07 February 2011.
A 143bhp diesel version of the MINI Cooper S has gone on sale, featuring the largest engine ever fitted to a car wearing MINI badges. The 2-litre Mini Cooper SD is being offered in Hatch, Convertible, Clubman and Countryman forms, with prices starting at £18,750 for the hatch.
Date added: Wednesday 02 February 2011.