Mini Clubman

Mini is giving the brand a more mature look with its biggest car yet, the 2016 Mini Clubman.

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The optional Mini Excitement package offers up LED interior and ambient lighting, and will even throw the Mini logo onto the ground via a projector in the driver's side mirror whenever the door is open or closed.

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The newly available Comfort Access keyless entry permits hands-free opening of the split rear doors. A quick kick under the rear apron activates the automatic opening mechanism.

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The 2016 Mini Clubman is available in both metallic and nonmetallic colors. New for this year are Melting Silver and Pure Burgundy.

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The 2016 Mini Clubman is available with 16, 17 or 18-inch wheels, depending on trim level. LED headlamps, Mini driving modes and dynamic damper control are all optional as well.

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The center stack features a standard 6.5-inch or optional 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system. A redundant dial control is placed behind the shifter for distraction-free operation.

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A six-speed manual transmission is standard on both the Cooper and Cooper S trim lines. The Cooper trim line has an available six-speed Steptronic automatic transmission, while the Cooper S has an optional eight-speed Steptronic or Steptronic sport automatic transmission.

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The available Mini Connected XL Journey Mate system will plan routes and offer information along that route. There are also a whole slew of optional driver assist programs like a head-up display, adaptive cruise control, collision and pedestrian warnings and a rearview camera.

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