The super-sized MINI Clubman has grown only 9.45 inches overall and 3.15 inches between the wheels. That doesn't tell the whole story for the Clubman, though, as its small car charm gains some utility while also adding those neat little French doors in back. Luckily for panting MINI fanatics, the BMW group isn't asking a king's ransom for its famous little wagon. The base Clubman will start at $20,600, and a turbocharged Clubman S will set you back $24,100. For comparison's sake, a base MINI Coo
Our main-MINI-man Gabe over at MotoringFile procured a handful of shots showing the safety car for the 2008 MINI Challenge, and the series' organizers have commissioned a one-off Clubman S to be built with a host of modifications to make it track worthy. Although there's no mention of what changes were made under the hood, according to the site, a John Cooper Works (JCW) exhaust is fitted and the new rear spoiler will be an option for the Clubman come 2008. The obvious changes to ride height wou
Now this is the kind of spy shot we love. Virtually no camo, just a clean pic of the new MINI Clubman S wagon. Yes, we said "S." This Automedia pic from World Car Fans clearly shows larger air intakes in the front bumper, the traditional S-model hood scoop and dual exhausts out back.