To have any chance in a crowded premium C-segment, the current Mini Clubman needs a wide range of engines. That is why BMW and Mini decided to introduce a new version of the biggest Mini ever. The Mini One D Clubman is powered by the latest generation three-cylinder Mini TwinPower Turbo diesel engine which meets EU6 exhaust emission standards.

With a peak output of 116 hp generating 270 NM of torque, the unit provides a top speed of 119 mph. Fuel consumption averages 74.3 mpg on the combined cycle and CO2 emissions of 99 grams per kilometre.

A six-speed manual transmissions is standard on the Mini One D Clubman. This transmission is characterised by low weight and a high level of internal efficiency. An optional six-speed Steptronic transmission is available.

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The new Mini One D Clubman is built in the UK at Mini Plant Oxford and is available to order at Mini Retailers starting this month. The first customer deliveries will commence in April 2016.

Pricing for Mini One D Clubman starts at £21,375 on the road, with pricing for the Mini One D Clubman automatic starting from £22,870.