2011 Mini Cooper S Clubman Review

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The 2011 Mini Cooper Clubman is a larger version of the Mini Cooper. It is a hatchback that seats four, with doors that swing outward in back, instead of the more common liftgate. The car is expected to see few changed from the 2010 model year. There are a few changes to the options and packages, but most of the important features remain unchanged. Clubmans have a firm ride that can be a little bumby with the run-flat tires installed.

The 2011 Clubman is uniquely styled, which some like, and others do not. The cargo area opens with doors that swing out, and a third door on the passenger side that has a reverse opening allows easier access to the back seat. The interior of the Clubman should remain relatively unchanged. The base model includes air conditioning, and leatherette upholstery. Upgraded trims and options include features like sport seats, and leather seats. If you're looking for that classic Mini, but on a slightly larger scale, then take a look at the Clubman.

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