2016 Mini Cooper Clubman 1.5T Manual Tested: Absence of Options Makes the Heart Grow Fonder


Nearly every Mini we test these days gives us sticker shock: We’ve seen a base-model Cooper Hardtop that broke the $ 30,000 mark and a ridiculously pricey John Cooper Works Countryman that rang in at an unbelievable $ 46,045. But the window sticker for the Mini Clubman reviewed here was shocking for a different reason: At $ 26,500, it was cheaper than any Mini we’ve tested since 2011—and it was a whopping $ 13,000 less than a loaded Clubman S we tested earlier this year. READ MORE ››

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