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By Cars.com Staff
August 26, 2013
Mini stretched the length of its Cooper hardtop by about 9 inches to make the four-seat Cooper Clubman. The extra length creates more legroom for the Clubman's two rear passengers, and cargo room behind the backseat is larger. There's a pair of split-opening rear doors that swing out to either side, rather than the regular Cooper's conventional hatchback. There's also a rear-hinged access door on the passenger side.
The Clubman comes in two trim levels: Cooper and turbocharged Cooper S. It competes with sporty hatchbacks ranging from the Mazda3 to Volkswagen Golf.
(Skip to details on the: John Cooper Works Clubman) New for 2014 A newly available City Package includes an alarm system, power-folding side mirrors, heated mirrors and washer jets, auto-dimming rearview and side mirrors, rear parking sensors and a proximity key. Exterior Highlights
15-, 16- or 17-inch alloy wheels
Available adaptive xenon high-intensity-discharge headlights
Hood-scoop intake (S versions)
Available dual-panel panoramic sunroof
Dual exhaust tips (S versions)
Large center-mounted speedometer
Simulated leather, cloth or real leather upholstery
Available heated front seats
Air conditioning with a climate-controlled glove box; available automatic air conditioning
Available navigation system
Under the Hood
121-horsepower, 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine
Available 181-hp, turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder (S versions)
Engines use premium gas
Six-speed manual transmission
Available six-speed automatic
Available sport suspension with stiffer front and rear stabilizer bars
Side-impact airbags for the front seats
Side curtain airbags
Antilock brakes with electronic brake-force distribution
Electronic stability system
Available rear parking sensors
John Cooper Works Clubman A John Cooper Works version of Mini's extended-length Clubman is available for buyers craving more performance. John Cooper Works models are powered by a turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder that makes 208 hp and 192 pounds-feet of torque. (The engine, according to Mini, can briefly boost pressure when accelerating to achieve 207 pounds-feet of torque.)
With the six-speed manual transmission, Mini says the John Cooper Works Clubman can hit 60 mph in 6.5 seconds