FLEET and business buyers are being targeted by MINI with a new version of the MINI Clubman which has been developed specifically for the corporate market.
The new business-focused model combines essential features, including Satellite Navigation and Park Distance Control, with highly competitive running costs and benefit-in-kind tax rates, which, says the company, delivers an economical option for fleet customers.
The new Clubman City comes with a host of technology as standard, designed for those who live their life on the go, says the company.
Satellite navigation, with 6.5" display, Apple Car Play, DAB, real time traffic information and intelligent emergency calling plus rear park distance control are standard, as well as Bluetooth hands-free phone function.
Meanwhile air con, a sports steering wheel and cruise control are all carried over from the MINI Clubman standard equipment list.
The Clubman City comes with 16-inch Revolite spoked wheels as standard with two 17-inch versions available as a free upgrade or 17-inch black alloys as a paid for option. Additionally, all models can be specified with run flat tyres as an additional upgrade.
Three variants are available, two of them powered by a 1.5 litre three cylinder petrol unit - with a choice of manual or auto transmission - plus a 1.5 litre, three cylinder diesel auto model which achieves emissions of 109 g/km (combined), the lowest emissions of any Clubman model. Prices start at Â£19,995.