When it comes to the Mini Cooper Clubman, the first choice one needs to make is between the front-wheel-drive model and the ALL4 four-wheel-drive derivative. Both these models are available in three basic sub-trims, namely Classic, Signature, and Iconic. The Classic trim is the cheapest option, and you can’t add much to it. Move up a level to Signature trim and you can start adding certain technology and styling packages like the Driver Assistance Package ($1,250) and the Premium Package ($2,000). The Iconic trim includes almost everything, bar a few of the advanced safety features included in the Driver Assistance Package. It actually costs less ($850) when you add it to the Iconic trim. The previously-mentioned Premium Package is standard in the Iconic trim. As it’s a Mini, there are a host of stripes and side mirror caps you can add to customize the Clubman a bit. These options cost between $100 to $250.