MINI Clubman

MINI Clubman Parkers 2015-07-16

When launched in 2007, the MINI Clubman was billed as a more practical alternative to the MINI hatchback. It was longer and thus had more legroom for rear passengers, and you got extra bootspace too.

  • MINI Clubman (07-14)

When launched in 2007, the MINI Clubman was billed as a more practical alternative to the MINI hatchback. It was longer and thus had more legroom for rear passengers, and you got extra bootspace too.

There were some cool design touches including a split rear door, a twin-level boot floor for extra luggage-carrying versatility and a side door (called a ‘Clubman’ door) for easier access to the back seats.

It also drove like a MINI, which is to say it’s a very engaging, fun little car. So while other similarly sized estate cars might offer more space, if you want a MINI but need a little more room, the Clubman is in a class of one.

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Most Popular New and Used Model Reviews

MINI Clubman Estate 2015 on

4.5 out of 5
MINI Clubman Estate 2015 on

New price range:
£22,195 - £37,200

Used price range:
£7,649 - £30,303

  • Sharp, engaging handling
  • Retro looks with modern build quality
  • More practical than ever
  • Less agile than the hatchback
  • Still no estate

MINI Clubman Estate 2007 - 2014

4 out of 5
MINI Clubman Estate 2007 - 2014

New price range:
£13,675 - £24,135

Used price range:
£1,596 - £10,538

  • Agile handling
  • Distinctive looks
  • More practical than MINI Hatchback
  • Bootspace still limited
  • Basic equipment levels are low for the money

MINI Clubman Competitors

Volkswagen Golf

Volkswagen Golf

Peugeot 207

Peugeot 207