2018 Mini Cooper S Clubman review


With that in mind, pricing includes the ‘cool tax’ applied to the entire Mini range. The base Clubman Cooper S is worth $44,900 before on-roads, but dipping into the options can drive the sticker deep into the $50K range.

Our tester had the Multimedia Pro Package ($2400), the Convenience Package ($2900), the Climate Package ($2400), Pure Burgundy paint ($900) and the Control Package ($650), along with the Leather Lounge and Piano Black interior design packs ($2200, $550) pushing its price to $56,900 before on-road costs.

Adaptive cruise control is standard, along with autonomous emergency braking and forward-collision warning. A rear-view camera, parking sensors, parking assistant, speed sign recognition and a speed limit display are also standard.

At least servicing is reasonable, with $1295 or $3650 packages offered over a five-year period. The latter includes brake pads, discs and other consumables, along with the clutch on manual cars.

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