Mini Clubman Mini Clubman 2013

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Mini Clubman Specs at TrueDelta: Powertrains and tires by trim level (2013)

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2013 Mini Clubman Specs - Exterior and Interior Dimensions

Body 3dr Wagon
Wheelbase 100.3 in
Length 155.0 in
Width 66.3 in
Height 56.1 in
Curb Weight 2800 lb.
Fuel Capacity 13.2 gal.
Headroom, Row 1 39.0 in
Shoulder Room, Row 1 50.3 in
Legroom, Row 1 41.4 in
Headroom, Row 2 37.7 in
Shoulder Room, Row 2 45.9 in
Legroom, Row 2 32.3 in
Total Legroom 73.7 in (over 2 rows)
Cargo Volume, Minimum 9.2 ft3
Cargo Volume, Maximum 32.8 ft3

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TrueDelta Reviews the Seat Room and Comfort of the 2013 Mini Clubman

2013 Mini Clubman Seat Room and Comfort: Cons
Even with the rear-hinged "club door, " the Clubman's rear seat is difficult to get into and out of. The Veloster's third door is considerably larger and more usable, while the Fiesta has four real doors. The Veloster also has much more rear legroom than either the Mini or the Ford, both of which are a tight fit for adults. Compared to the Hardtop, though, the Clubman is significantly more practical. I can sit behind my 5-9 self with a little knee room to spare. Rear headroom is abundant. Even if you're not going to put people in the back seat, the extra door eases access to anything you're storing in the rear seat. When traveling in the RX-8, my father and I frequently use the rear doors to stow and retrieve hiking boots and daypacks. The same might be done with a computer bag or briefcase when commuting. Both the Veloster and the Clubman would benefit from a second rear-hinged door, on the driver's side. see full Mini Clubman review

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2013 Mini Clubman 3-door Wagon Specs - Powertrains and Tire Sizes

Trim Cooper Cooper S John Cooper Works
Standard Engine 1.6L I4
121 hp@6000
114 lb-ft@4250
1.6L I4
181 hp@5500
177 lb-ft@1600
1.6L I4
208 hp@6000
192 lb-ft@1850
Standard Transmission6-speed manual6-speed manual6-speed manual
Optional Transmission(s)6-speed manually-shiftable automatic6-speed manually-shiftable automatic6-speed manually-shiftable automatic
Standard DrivetrainFWDFWDFWD
Standard Tires175/65HR15 tires195/55VR16 tires205/45WR17 tires
Optional Tires195/55VR16 tires205/45WR17 tires 
 205/45WR17 tires  

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TrueDelta Reviews the Powertrain of the 2013 Mini Clubman

2013 Mini Clubman Powertrain: Pros
2013 Go back a decade, and the engine of choice in a hot hatch was a high-winding four-cylinder. The Scion FR-S continues to be powered by such an engine, but it's now the exception rather than the rule. Both the Fiesta and the Mini benefit from turbocharging. Their engines' peak power is similar to the Scion's, but it arrives at a lower rpm. Of even greater significance, there's far more torque in the engines' midrange, so there's often no need to snag a lower gear and rev the engine. Just push down on the gas and wait a moment for boost to build. The bump to 208 horsepower, courtesy of the John Cooper Works folks, is more than the front wheels can handle in first gear. Wheel hop and torque steer bedevil hard launches. Even in second steer the engine can mildly twist the steering wheel. On curvy roads I rarely pressed the go pedal all the way to the floor. So, while more power is always welcome, the nearly as strong (figure another half-second to 60) 181-horsepower engine in the Cooper S would have been sufficient both for my drive and to go toe-to-toe with the 197-horsepower Fiesta ST. The larger difference with the Ford is qualitative. While the Fiesta ST's engine is refined almost to a fault--its sound must be electronically augmented with a symposer--the Mini's powerplant is a rortier beast. In hard acceleration it delivers more rousing sensations via your ears and gut, enhancing the joy at each corner exit. Lift off the gas to brake for the next turn and the soundtrack gets even better, snapping, crackling, and popping just the right side of obnoxious. (The Fiat Abarth's engine arguably drifts over to the wrong side. The Dodge Neon SRT4 of yore definitely did.) Then there's the Mini's shifter, which isn't as smooth or as precise as that in the Fiesta. The Cooper S Roadster's unexpected six-speed automatic performed surprisingly well, such that at times I almost wondered if it might have been the better choice. Almost. Even a middling stick is more fun and engaging than a good automatic in a performance-oriented car. see full Mini Clubman review

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2013 Mini Clubman MSRP and Invoice Prices

Body Trim Base Price Invoice Destination
3dr Wagon Cooper 21,400 19,772 795
3dr Wagon Cooper S 25,100 23,172 795
3dr Wagon John Cooper Works 32,300 29,797 795

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