MINI has revealed its new One D Clubman.
Priced from £21,375 OTR (automatic from £22,815 OTR), the new model retains the popular split rear doors with accessibility and everyday usability further enhanced by four full-sized side doors. Featuring a new ‘mature and sophisticated design’, the Clubman’s dimensions are larger than those of the previous generation. It’s also 270 mm longer and 73 mm wider than the 5-door Hatch, with a wheelbase which is 100 mm larger. The boot has a volume of 360 litres, which can be extended to 1,250 litres by folding the rear seats flat.
The new One D Clubman is powered by a TwinPower Turbo diesel engine which meets EU6 exhaust emission standards. With a peak output of 116hp generating 270NM of torque, top speed is 119mph. Fuel consumption averages 74.3 mpg on the combined cycle and CO2 emissions of 99g/km, helping company car drivers benefit from a low BiK rate of 17 per cent in the 2015-16 tax year. A six-speed manual transmissions is standard while an optional six-speed Steptronic transmission is available.
Technology features fitted as standard on the new model include a shift point display, brake energy regeneration, active cooling air flaps and needs-oriented control of the fuel and coolant pump as well as other ancillary components.
A Chili pack, priced at £2,785, can be specified which adds additional extras to the car including cloth/leather upholstery with heated sports seats, MINI’s comfort access system, park distance control, automatic air conditioning, LED headlights and LED fog lights among other features.
Standard safety features comprises of six airbags, 3-point automatic belts on all seats including belt tensioners and adaptive belt force limiters at the front, as well as ISOFIX child seat mountings at the rear. A tyre pressure display for each individual wheel is also included as standard.
Available to order now, first customer deliveries are expected in April 2016.