A full 2 inches longer than Mini’s own Countryman, the Clubman is also aimed at families who might be growing out of their Hardtop or older Clubman. Mini U.S. sales are already up 14 percent so far this year after the addition of the more practical Four Door model. “With low gas prices, we’ve moved on from the MPG hounds of the first generation who only wanted heated seats. You want to get that person who might be leaving you for the next life stage,” says McKenna. “Clubman can now be the second Mini for the household.”
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Automobile's Sneak Peek At The 2016 MINI Clubman
Automobile Magazine surveys the new Clubman with MINI's U.S.Product Planner Patrick McKenna who has some very definite views:
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