CARS.COM — After taking model-year 2015 off, Mini ditched the Clubman’s compact footprint and awkward three-door setup for 2016. The redesigned Clubman still wears a version of the brand’s signature bright-eyed face, but has added a bold new grille, four actual doors and a more muscular profile.
The new Clubman is about a foot longer and 5 inches wider than the old one, which translates into loads more passenger and cargo room. It’s available in regular Cooper trim and sport-oriented Cooper S trim. We tested the regular model. Check out the gallery below.