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MINI (BMW) MINI (BMW) Clubvan

MINI (BMW) MINI (BMW) Clubvan (Germany, 2012-present)

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The Clubvan is dimensionally identical to the ClubmanClubman Gen.1MINI (BMW) Clubman Gen.1Germany, 2007 > 201465 versions
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on which it is based, and offers three of its engines: the 98hp Mini One Clubvan, the 122hp Mini Cooper Clubvan and the 112hp Mini Cooper D Clubvan. A six-speed manual comes standard with all three engines, but a six-speed automatic is optional on the Cooper D Clubvan. The rear area has 860 liters of capacity. It is 115cm long, 102cm wide and a maximum weight load of 500kg.

To build the Clubvan, MiniMINI (BMW)MINI (BMW)Germany, 2000 > present14 models
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takes a Clubman, removes the rear seats and blocks out the rear window. That leaves just the front two seats. The opaque, side window covers come in body color and have interior reinforcement. The rear doors get tinted glass. Inside, it gets a flat load floor and 12-volt sockets. It also has six loops for securing cargo while driving. The driving compartment is separated from the cargo compartment from an aluminum and stainless steel mesh divider that is connected to the body to keep drivers safe. 

The Clubvan is available in Pepper White, Ice Blue, British Racing Green metallic and Midnight Black metallic. It comes standard with 15in wheels, but 16in wheels and 17in wheels are also optional. Inside, all of the Clubvans come with Cosmos black fabric upholstery with light silver trim. Leather seats are optionally available. 

Options on the Clubvan include bi-xenon headlights, adaptive headlights, automatic climate control, park distance control and navigation.

The Clubvan will go on sale in the fall of 2012.



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