MINI One D Clubman
MINI One D Clubman

Following on from the launch of the new MINI Clubman in October of last year, MINI has now released the One D Clubman a fleet/busines focused edition.

It goes on sale now with the first deliveries in April 2016. Priced from £21,375 on the road, it comes with MINI Navigation, DAB, Bluetooth, Cruise control, MINI Connected and the MINI Excitement Pack.

Power comes from a Euro6 compliant twin-turbo three-cylinder 1.5-litre diesel engine via a six-speed manual transmission (six-speed Steptronic transmission is available as an option). It outputs a peak output of 116hp generating 270NM of torque with a top speed of 119 mph, acceleration from 0-62 mph takes 10.4 seconds for either the auto or manual version.

The manual edition sees co2 emissions of 99 g/km with 74.3 mpg recorded on the NEDC combined cycle - the automatic 104 g/km with 72.4 mpg. This means that company car drivers will benefit from a BIK rate of 17% on the manual MINI One D Clubman in the 2015-16 tax year.

The new MINI Clubman is larger than its predecessor with a foot print of (l) 4253mm x (w) 1800mm x (h) 1441mm , which is some 270mm longer and 73mm wider than the five-door MINI hatch. With the rear seats up it can carry 360 litres of cargo and with them down which increases to 1250 litres.

Options include the popular but expensive £2,785 Chili Pack comprising cloth/leather upholstery with heated sports seats, MINI's comfort access system, park distance control, automatic air conditioning, LED headlights and LED fog.

Published : 11/03/16 Author : Staff

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