It's a hatchback and it seats four and it has doors that swing outward in back. Sounds a lot like the MINI Cooper but it's really the 2011 MINI Cooper Clubman. There really isn't anything new since the 2010 changes except to the options and packages. It's still available in three trims: base model, Cooper S, and John Cooper Works. This 1.6-liter, 118-horsepowered inline-4 is set to priced surprisingly slightly higher than its 2010 predecessor.
The fuel economy has remained the same 28 mpg city/36 mpg highway, but the Clubman S model has a faster zero to 60 mph time. Standard features on the base model include dual power remote mirrors, daytime running lights, and halogen headlights. The higher trims will have run flat tires, and a two-pane sunroof among other things.
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