NEW FOR 2013:
BMW Canada does not provide change information for the 2013 MINI Clubman.
The MINI Clubman is available as Cooper, Cooper S, and John Cooper Works. All use a 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine that is naturally-aspirated in the Cooper and turbocharged in the Cooper S and John Cooper Works. All are equipped with a six-speed manual as standard but are available with an optional six-speed automatic transmission.
Features on the Cooper include airbags (front, front seat, side curtain), four-wheel disc brakes with ABS, automatic stability control, brake assist, cornering brake control, dynamic stability control, electronic brake force distribution control, runflat tires, twin horns, chrome door handles, body colour mirror caps, roof spoiler, chrome grille, black side air inlets, chrome split door handles (rear door), metal-look door sill finishers with model-dependant lettering, artificial leather gearshift/parking brake, chrome interior door handles, leatherette upholstery, multi-link rear axle, electronic power steering, single chrome exhaust outlet, height-adjustable front seats, automatic climate control, multi-function steering wheel with cruise control, 50/50 split/fold rear seat, sports leather steering wheel, tilt/telescopic steering wheel, passenger side Clubdoor, trip computer, one-touch up-and-down driver’s window, power windows, rear splitdoor, push-button start, auxiliary input, and Bluetooth hands free.
Cooper S adds honeycomb grille, dual chrome exhaust outlets, sport button, turbocharged engine, bi-xenon headlights, white 3rd brake light, white indicator lenses, sport front seats, and stainless steel pedals and footrest.
John Cooper Works adds electronic differential locking control, chrome side air inlets, anthracite headliner, piano black interior, and central exhaust outlet.