When you take corners enthusiastically, body roll is controlled effectively and the steering communicates information from the front wheels with uncommon jubilance. It’s hard to believe that it’s power steering. There’s no torque effect on the front wheels during sudden acceleration and if ever the driver lacks (a little) judgement, the various control systems work with the electronic differential to bring the vehicle back on track. The units we tested came with Dynamic Damper Control, which modifies the suspension damping and is well worth the $500 it costs.
The Car Guide Looks At The 2016 MINI Clubman
The Car Guide reviews the 2016 MINI Clubman and observes:
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