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SME-focused MINI One D Clubman

  • Available April
  • CO2 emissions from 99g/km,
  • 74.3 mpg on the combined cycle
  • High standard specification including MINI Navigation, DAB, Bluetooth, Cruise control, MINI Connected and MINI Excitement Pack
  • Priced from £21,375 OTR,
  • Chili pack £2,785
  • Monthly business rental from £179

A 99g/km new MINI Clubman is just the business for corporate and SME users with a 17% benefit in kind rate for business users in the current tax year.

Priced from £21,375, it is powered by a zesty 116hp 1.5-litre diesel with TwinPower turbo.

It is a tailored-for-business version of the roomy five-seater family car with distinctive twin rear doors, four full-size side doors and bags of luggage space, the roominess highlighted by a front centre armrest.


Last year the brand recorded a 44% increase in corporate sales, totalling 8,450 vehicles, with growth driven by strong demand for MINI 5-door Hatch and the new MINI Clubman and this new addition is certain to accelerate that growth.

Targeting corporate, fleet and company car markets, the new Clubman is offered with a comprehensive range of rental options for corporate and SME customers, with highly competitive rates starting from £179 per month from MINI Financial Services.

Dedicated Corporate Sales Managers are located across the MINI retailer  network to assist and support large fleets, whilst a dedicated corporate sales contact centre is available for booking demo vehicles and offering corporate customers a fast turnaround for queries.

Furthermore, a dedicated Corporate Aftersales Charter offers business and fleet customers a full set of commitments throughout the life of their vehicles, ensuring an outstanding ownership experience tailored to the needs of individual fleets.

For the lowest business user tax six-speed manual transmissions is standard on the MINI One D Clubman with an optional six-speed Steptronic transmission available that nudges the emissions to 104g/km.

Roomy rear seats three

Roomy rear seats three

With 74.3mpg promised on the combined cycle it keeps down running costs but there is no scrimping on equipment with the standard spec including MINI navigation,  DAB radio, cruise control, alloy wheels and air conditioning.

The larger dimensions of the car provide a sophisticated ride in a premium model with high levels of refinement. The brand’s pioneering MINIMALISM technologies are fitted as standard with shift point display, brake energy regeneration, active cooling air flaps and needs-oriented control of the fuel and coolant pump as well as other ancillary components.

Over 50% of MINI Clubman customers are expected to choose the brand’s famous Chili pack which adds a host of additional extras to the car for £2,785 – saving 21% on specifying items individually.

These features include cloth/leather upholstery with heated sports seats, MINI’s comfort access system, park distance control, automatic air conditioning, LED headlights and LED fog lights among other features.

Safety features include six airbags, 3-point automatic belts on all five seats including belt tensioners and adaptive belt force limiters at the front, as well as ISOFIX child seat mountings at the rear. A tyre pressure display for each individual wheel is also included as standard.

MINI One D Clubman

Price manual (auto) £21,375 (£22,870)
BIK 2015/16 manual: 17%
Monthly business rental: from £179 (24-month contract hire at 8,000 miles p.a. + deposit £1,074) + VAT
Doors and body style 6-door, 5-seat
Boot capacity (litres) 360/1250 seats folded
Engine/gearbox: (auto) 1,496cc 3-cylinder diesel engine with MINI TwinPower Turbo Technology (turbocharger with variable turbine geometry, common rail direct injection/ 6-speed manual (6-speed Steptronic auto)
CO2 Emissions (Auto) 99g/km (104g/km)
Economy: 74.3 mpg (72.4 mpg)
Power/torque: 116 bhp/270Nm
0-62mph/top speed: 10.4/119mph (manual and auto)
Stylish - the new MINI Clubman with distinctive twin rear doors

Stylish – the new MINI Clubman with distinctive twin rear doors

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