The British automaker has revealed the One D Clubman in the UK, packing a three cylinder diesel and targeting a wider fleet and business audience.
Mini is looking to expand its Clubman range and in the United Kingdom future owners can also opt for the One D Clubman – which is labeled as a champion of fuel economy. It is directed mostly towards the business segment and is being offered in a single engine version: a turbodiesel 1.5-liter three-cylinder delivering 116 horsepower (85 kilowatts) and 200 pound-feet (270 Newton meters) of torque. This will be enough for the 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) run to be handled in 10.4 seconds and the maximum speed stands at a good 119 mph (191 km/h) – and these figures will mostly pale when compared to the efficiency it offers to the potential owner. Mini claims the One D Clubman will be able to return 74.3 mpg UK in the combined cycle and corresponding CO2 emissions stand at 99 g/km. The model can be had with a standard six-speed manual or an optional six-speed Steptronic.
The model also packs a wide range of amenities: navigation, 16-inch alloys, cruise control, leather steering wheel, fog lights, automatic headlights & wipers, along with DAB digital radio and a tire pressure monitoring system. There’s also an optional Chili Pack (£2,785) boasting LED headlights, LED fog lights, automatic AC, cloth/leather upholstery, heated sports seats, and park distance control. Pricing for the Mini One D Clubman starts at 21,375 OTR (British pounds) and the auto version will kick off from £22,870.