2022 Mini Clubman Invoice Pricing

2021 Cooper Clubman - Style: S - 2-Door Hatchback w/FWD. Powered by a 2L, 4 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Manual Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$29,900 $27,710 $850 $0 $28,560
2021 Cooper Clubman ALL4 S - 2-Door Hatchback w/FWD. Powered by a 2L, 4 Cylinder, Gas Engine w/ Manual Transmission.
MSRP Invoice Price Delivery Fee Holdback Dealer Cost
$32,900 $30,470 $850 $0 $31,320


2022 Mini Clubman Overview

The 2021 Mini Clubman may be classified as a station wagon, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. We would argue that the Clubman has an advantage over the standard Mini in terms of passenger and freight space because of its larger dimensions. Sporty little numbers can be yours depending on the trim level of your vehicle. There is no doubt that the Mini Clubman will be a popular option in 2021.

After a brief hiatus, the 6-speed transmission will make a comeback in time for the 2022-21 model year. The Classic sub-trim includes it as a standard feature, while the Fingerprint and Iconic sub-trims include it as an option. The Signature trim level now usually includes traffic reports and in-dash navigation.

The hatchback version of the 2021 Mini Clubman is available. Related in layout to the Small Cooper Hardtop, it is a strained version of it, providing more room in the backseat and the trunk.

This year’s 2021 Mini Clubman comes in three main trims: Cooper S, Smith S Clubman All4 (all-wheel drive), and Jonathan Smith Works (JCW) All4. The Classic, Signature, and Iconic sub-trims are available for each model.

Beginning with the Cooper S, let’s split down the main trims. 189 horsepower and 207-pound weight of torque are generated by a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4 cylinder engine in this trim. Depending on the model, this can either be paired with a 6-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. 

All-wheel drive is only available if you buy the Smith S Clubman All4, which has the front-wheel-drive as the only difference between the two models.

With AWD, the JCW All4 comes with a supercharger 2.0-L 4-cylinder that generates 301 horsepower and 332 pounds-feet of torque, making it more powerful than the standard JCW All4. Instead of the DCT, 8-speed automatic tranny is used. On top of all of that, it gets new JCW features like Interaction of different front and rear bumpers, a roof-mounted spoiler, and cloth-upholstered sport seats. The suspension has also been sport-tuned.

There are three options for the sub-trims starting with the Masterpiece, which now comes with a 6-speed manual transmission as standard. In addition, it has a 6.5-inch dashboard-mounted display and 17-inch alloy wheels. Simulated leather upholstery covers the steering wheel and the interior of the vehicle. In addition to standard climate control, the vehicle’s premium sound system provides ambient sounds.

It is possible for all of your passengers to enjoy the convenience of the dual automatic climate control and a panoramic sunroof with keyless entry in the Signature trim level. For a sportier ride, the extendable suspension dampers allow you to alter the vehicle’s comfortable ride to something more supple and luxurious.

The Epic trim level, which includes full-size wheels, a sample-based touchscreen exhibit with smartphone app inclusion via Apple Pay, and a wireless power pad, is at the top. There is also a power-adjustable leather front seat.

A number of additional packages are available, including the Connected Media System, Automated Driving (parking assistance, transport navigation system), and Touchpad Connectivity.

Choosing between the Cooper S and the JCW All4 in the 2021 Small Clubman model lineup will determine your driving experience. Although the Smith S is convenient and cost – effective, the car’s ride quality could be better. You can’t stiffen or smoothen the ride without adaptive suspension. However, it has enough athleticism to please the majority of buyers.

However, the JCW All4 is worth a look. Cooper S’s inline-4 outperforms the 4-cylinder engine hands down. The JCW All4 can handle tight corners with ease, as it corners through them with ease. A lot of fine-tuning can be seen in this model, which isn’t as assertive as most of the Clubmans of the past. With the flexible dampers installed on the suspension, the ride comfort is very stable.

With the Classic package, Small Clubman Cooper S models in 2021 are expected to achieve 26 mpg in the town and 34 mpg highway according to EPA estimates. Even though it beats out competitors like the Hard currency 500L, the All4 Wheel drive system can reduce performance. On the highway, the Smith S Clubman ALl4 achieves an estimated 32 mpg. Big tests have shown that the JCW All4 can achieve a combined fuel economy of 32 mpg, which is not bad at all.

This year’s 2021 Small Project planning and project is a fun tiny hatchback with a British-inspired design. However, despite its higher price tag, the JCW All4 still manages to be extremely fuel-efficient considering its turbo engine and AWD setup while also being a lot of fun to drive. The Clubman has a fun ride comfort, a wide range of customizations, and a distinct style.

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