MINI Clubman (2016–)

Model History

September 2015

Details of MINI Clubman revealed

First time MINI features include electric parking brake, 8-speed Steptronic automatic transmission, electrical seat adjustment and the option of MINI Yours Interior Styles with backlit door bezels.

4,009mm long x 1,736mm wide x 1,425 millimetres high. 360 litres load area extending to 1,250 litres by folding down the rear backrest with optional 40/20/40 split.

'MINI Excitement Package', standard on all UK MINI Clubmans, comprises LED interior and ambient lighting as well as an exterior mirror puddle light that projects a MINI logo onto the ground on the driver's side when the car is opened and closed. Another unique new gimmick is the Comfort Access option including hands free opening of the split doors at the rear.

New MINI Clubman UK launch October 31st 2015 featuring the latest generation of engines with MINI TwinPower Turbo Technology for a sports-style temperament and outstanding efficiency.

The 4-cylinder petrol engine in the MINI Cooper S Clubman has 92PS (combined fuel consumption: 45.6mpg; combined CO2 emissions: 144 g/km) while the MINI Cooper Clubman is powered by a 3-cylinder petrol engine with 136PS (combined fuel consumption: 55.4mpg; combined CO2 emissions: 118 g/km). MINI Cooper D Clubman introduces new engine to the MINI family form of a 150PS 4-cylinder diesel engine, with combined fuel consumption of 68.9mpg and combined emissions of 109 g/km. Cooper SD Clubman has 190PS (combined fuel consumption: 62.8 mpg; combined CO2 emissions: 119 g/km).

January 2016

MINI Cooper S and Cooper SD Clubman ALL4 announced

MINI’s ALL4 all-wheel drive system has been specially redeveloped to ensure sportier handling and improved versatility.

The 2.0-litre 4-cylinder petrol engine with MINI TwinPower Turbo Technology is the latest example of MINI’s engine technology. Offering 192PS, the new MINI Cooper S Clubman ALL4 is combined with a 6-speed manual transmission as standard, and optionally with an 8-speed Steptronic torque converter transmission. It achieves fuel consumption of 40.9 mpg with the manual transmission (44.8mpg for automatic transmission) and has CO2 emissions of 159g/km (146g/km).

The new MINI Cooper SD Clubman ALL4 features a 190PS diesel engine with 400Nm of torque which is paired with the brand’s capable 8-speed Steptronic transmission as standard. Fuel consumption on the combined cycle is 58.9mpg with CO2 emissions of 126g/km.

The new MINI Clubman ALL4 includes a Navigation System standard on all models and the MINI Excitement Package, with the gimmick of a projection of the brand logo on to the ground beneath the driver’s side door mirror when the car is opened and closed, as well as extended interior lighting.

Production of MINI Clubman ALL4 has started at MINI Plant Oxford, with first deliveries at MINI retailers nationwide in April.






MINI Cooper S Clubman ALL4








MINI Cooper SD Clubman ALL4





March 2016

MINI One D Clubman launched

Retaining the high specification offered across the MINI Clubman range, including MINI Navigation, DAB, Bluetooth, Cruise control and MINI Connected on every car, the new MINI One D Clubman will be of particular interest to fleet and business customers, with this latest model emitting 99g/km CO2.

Model HP Trans CO 2 OTR
MINI One D Clubman 116 Man 99 £21,375
Auto 104 £22,870

April 2017

Black Pack for MINI Clubman introduced

Designed exclusively for the UK, the first MINI Clubman edition offers 17-inch Black Net spoke wheels combined with Black bonnet stripes.

Inside, the design cues continue with a Piano Black interior and multi-function steering wheel. The MINI Black Pack badge which is featured on the rear doors of the vehicle highlights the exclusivity of the new MINI Black Pack Clubman models.

May 2017

Two-man tent launched for the MINI Clubman

The Italian specialist in automobile roof tents, AUTOHOME, has teamed up with the car brand to develop a two-man roof tent designed to be mounted perfectly onto the roof of a MINI. The roof tent comes available in black or white, in keeping with the contrasting roof and mirror caps of the new MINI Countryman.

Designed in collaboration with the MINI Design Team, the roof tent looks like a conventional roof box when closed, with fibreglass housing and aerodynamic lines for minimal air resistance and noise. The tent is then raised when in use by means of four gas pressure springs.

The roof tent can be mounted onto the MINI roof rails, which come as standard with the new MINI Countryman, without the use of tools in just a few easy moves.

Inside, there is a high-density mattress with cotton cover, two doors and two windows with zips, close-meshed mosquito nets at all openings and a battery-operated LED interior light, as well as luggage nets and pockets to stow personal items. A solid aluminium ladder is provided to climb up onto the top floor of the MINI Countryman.

May 2017

From July 2017, all new MINI models have enhanced cockpit instrument with a new night design and a fuel level display that offers greater precision. Operation of MINI Driving Modes and MINI Head-Up Display is also revised. MINI Clubman and MINI Countryman offer Apple CarPlay.

Apple Carplay integration offers customers a convenient, wireless connection to compatible Apple iPhone apps, including iMessage, Phone, Apple Music, Apple Maps and selected third party apps. Apps are displayed and operated on the 8.8” high resolution MINI central display, and controlled using either the MINI Touch Controller or the touchscreen.

As of July 2017, the cockpit instrument on the steering column of all current MINI models offers improved clarity and an enhanced graphics display. At night time, the numbers and letters will appear in white rather than orange. This new colour scheme also applies to the Head-Up Display whilst driving in the dark. Individual height setting for the Head-Up Display is now be stored in the personal profile on the vehicle key, as are settings for the exterior mirrors and the electrically adjustable seats. The new fuel level display on the right-hand section of the cockpit instrument features an enhanced and more precise display, making it easier to read fuel level details.

Operation of MINI Driving Modes is modified in all current MINI models as of July 2017. Changing from the standard setting to SPORT mode or GREEN Mode and is now facilitated by means of a toggle switch positioned underneath the air conditioning controls. Head-Up Display controllers are managed from a separate menu item in the MINI operating system from July 2017 onwards.

August 2018

MINI Clubman City launched

The launch of the new business focused model combines essential features, including Satellite Navigation and Park Distance Control,

Satellite Navigation, with 6.5-inch display, Apple Car Play, DAB, Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI) and Intelligent Emergency Calling (E-call) and Rear Park Distance Control (PDC) are standard, as well as Bluetooth hands free function.

Retaining standard specifications of interest to fleet customers, Air Conditioning, Sports Steering Wheel and Cruise Control are all carried over from the MINI Clubman standard equipment list. MINIMALISM Fuel Saving Technology is fitted to every MINI Clubman model, with features including Automatic Stop/Start function, Break Energy Regeneration and Shift Point Display.

The MINI Clubman City comes with 16-inch Revolite Spoke Wheels as standard with 17-inch Silver Net Spoke or 17-inch Silver Vent Spoke available as a free upgrade or 17-inch Black Net Spoke as a paid for option. Additionally, all models can be specified with run flat tyres as an additional upgrade.

Three models will be available from launch of the new MINI Clubman City - two petrol-powered, and one diesel variant, all of which meet the rigorous requirements of the Euro 6d-TEMP emission standard. The engine in the MINI One D Clubman City allows the brand to achieve emissions of 109 g/km (combined) * , the lowest emissions of any Clubman model.




CO 2 (g/km - combined)

0 – 62 (mph)


Clubman City



131 *



Clubman City



130 *



Clubman City



109 *



October 2018

MINI gets new trim line-up

Classic, Sport and Exclusive are new styles, each offering increased standard specification and a shortcut to a distinctive interior and exterior character of their choice.

The range starts with Classic. This gets a 6.5-inch colour infotainment screen, intelligent emergency call, DAB digital radio and Bluetooth connectivity is standard on all models. Standard specification across the range has been enhanced with the introduction of Classic, which now also includes ambient lighting, exterior MINI logo projection and automatic headlights with rain sensor.

Sport models includes John Cooper Works Aerodynamic Kit and Spoiler, John Cooper Works Alloy Wheels, Sports Suspension, John Cooper Works Bucket Seats, John Cooper Works Steering Wheel and anthracite interior headliner. Sport models are available in combination with Cooper and Cooper S engines.

Exclusive builds on the Classic model specification with upgraded ‘Exclusive’ alloy wheels, chrome line exterior finish, MINI Yours Lounge leather upholstery, MINI Yours leather steering wheel, MINI Yours interior trim and interior chrome line finish. Exclusive models are available in combination with Cooper and Cooper S engines.

April 2019

Revised MINI Clubman revealed

An updated MINI Clubman is now on sale with prices starting at £21,200.

Cosmetic upgrades are limited to an updated grille design, fresh 16- and 17-inch alloy wheels, new headlights and Union Jack LED tail lights.

More equipment is standard, including a 6.5-inch infotainment system with navigation and Apple CarPlay.

Buyers can choose from three engines: a 1.5-litre three-cylinder petrol producing 136PS and badged the Cooper, a 192PS four-cylinder 2.0-litre petrol badged the Cooper S and the Cooper D, with a 150PS four-cylinder diesel.

May 2019

Updated MINI Clubman JCW announced

The four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine has been heavily reworked to produce 306PS and 450Nm of torque. It'll cover 0-62mph in 4.9 seconds (1.4 seconds quicker than before), while a new exhaust system is quieter when driving at a relaxed pace.

It features an eight-speed Steptronic automatic transmission as standard, along with all-wheel drive. Beefier brakes are now fitted as standard.

Prices start at £34,250.

August 2019

RDE1 MINI Clubmans are available for 2019/69 registration.

What does a MINI Clubman (2016) cost?

List Price from £22,195
Buy new from £18,019
Contract hire from £187.18 per month