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BMW Clubman Analysis Cost and Technical Details

Sporting a surprising design, the MINI Clubman escapes common categories. Undeniably MINI, whatever the angle at which it is perceived, yet it captures all eyes with its great new and redefined propor...

Sporting a surprising design, the MINI Clubman escapes common categories. Undeniably MINI, whatever the angle at which it is perceived, yet it captures all eyes with its great new and redefined proportions.

BMW Mini Clubman is longer than the basic version of Mini Cooper at 24 cm and the wheelbase has grown by 8 cm to increase the comfort of rear passengers, and to facilitate the landing. It also has an additional door, which opens against the direction of motion.

Mini Clubman set for petrol engines, 1.6-liter, is familiar from the models Mini Cooper and Cooper S. It has the aspirated engine with variable valve timing, Valvetronic, 120 hp and the engine with direct fuel injection and turbo charging, which develops a power of 175 hp. Both the engines can be paired with six-speed manual transmission or a six-band gun.

Standard equipment includes a Mini Clubman electric power steering, ABS with brake force distribution system, power windows, and six airbags.
Mini Clubman - it is an original interpretation of the concept of the traditional station wagon, which is a distant relative of the modern car. This is a tribute to legendary classic models produced in the sixties: Morris Mini Traveler, Austin Mini Countryman and Mini Clubman Estate. Large luggage compartment easily increased and very convenient to load due to new opening doors.

In addition, Mini Clubman is a 5-seater car. Legroom rear for the passengers, compared with the standard model is extended by 80 mm. Landing on the back seat makes extra door Clubdoor, opening against the direction of motion and located on the right side.

Premiered at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2005 as a concept, an extended sport wagon. MINI family started producing it in late 2007 under the designation Clubman. That was the name of the original compact utility vehicle designed in the UK by Alex Isogonics and famous over the year’s release (from 1960 to 1982) in an amount of about 400 thousand. It is a 5-door car asymmetrical and on the left side had only one driver's door, while on the right - two.

Overhangs increased to 240 mm, so the overall length of the car swelled to nearly four meters. Back sofa, designed for three, offered as an alternative to two separate seats, and the price of the car has no effect. Increased volume of 100 l trunk (now its capacity - 260 liters) can do more if you fold the rear seat. In this case, the volume of the cargo compartment is 930 liters.

Easy access to the trunk opening two hinged doors, each with its wiper - a solution more customary for commercial vans and station wagons are not. Clubman models equipped with three motors suggest, two of which are gasoline (1.6 liters and 120 hp, 1.6 liters and 175 hp) and one diesel (1.6 liters and 110 hp). Two transmissions: a 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic hydro mechanical. Marketers believe that the Clubman wagon share in total production will be 15-20%, which is enough for such an original "niche" model, designed for outdoor enthusiasts.

Successful design and the need to diversify the MINI model line opened a new wave of brain activity in the bmw factory, which put the designers to task. The result of the labor and creativity of the past was the MINI ClubmanArticle Search, featuring some original samples and from competitors and from the "brothers" in the model range.

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