New diesel-powered Clubman is good for a claimed 74.3mpg and emits 99g/km of CO2
11 March 2016

Mini has added the all-new One D Clubman to its range; it is available to order now with the first customer deliveries expected next month.

Powered by a 116hp 1.5-litre three-cylinder diesel engine with TwinPower turbo technology, it comes with either a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic gearbox. It can accelerate from 0–62 mph in 10.4sec and has a claimed average fuel consumption of 74.3 mpg, with emissions of 99g/km on the combined cycle for the manual; the auto adds 5g/km to this number.

Inside, the five-seater comes with Mini Navigation, DAB, Bluetooth and Mini Connected as standard, as well as a sports leather steering wheel with multi-function control, cruise control, automatic lights and wipers, an interior lights pack and white indicators. The boot offers 360 litres of storage space.

The exterior dons the usual split rear doors, plus four full-sized side doors, 16in alloy wheels and front fog lights.

A Chili pack is also available for £2,785, which adds 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.

Company car drivers will also benefit from a low BiK rate of 17% on the Mini One D Clubman for tax year 2015-16.

The new Mini One D Clubman is built in the UK at Mini's Oxford plant. Prices start from £21,375 for the manual, and £22,870 for the auto.

Danni Bagnall

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11 March 2016

And what is so MINI about this fat bloated cow? I am tired of squeezing this sponge and BMW have made sufficient money 20 times over for this brand. Can they either give it a rest or get back to MINI basics please

what's life without imagination

15 March 2016

"Fat bloated cow" hahaha.

Hmmm, I agree, people go for a MINI because it's MINI, not because they want a bit of a family car with a business type feel.

Looks like they're trying to brand out into other sectors to try and appeal to a wider audience. I would rather them pump the money into a top spec sporty MINI

11 March 2016

Not to be taken literally. BMW, like all manufacturers, are in the business of making cars people want to buy. There appears to be a market for all things MINI and BMW would be foolish to ignore it. Surely it's better that 'MINI' exists in its current form than not at all?

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