MINI has given its' stylish Clubman estate a makeover with exterior and interior design changes for 2019.
The most obvious design feature of the latest Clubman is a newly designed grille, which now extends across the entire bumper and is bordered by a slim, single-piece frame. With a new structure for the air inlet, it gives the front view a more distinctive appearance.
The design of the circular LED headlamps has also been modified. This latest model also gets LED fog and rear lights while adaptive matrix LED front headlamps with auto dipping are available as an option.
There's a choice of two petrol engines - three or four cylinder - and one diesel unit, with outputs from 126hp to192hp (combined fuel consumption: 43.5 - 70.6mpg; combined CO emissions: 147 - 105 g/km). All come with a six-speed manual transmission with a seven-speed double clutch auto available as an option. The sporty MINI John Cooper Works Clubman will join the range at a later date.
Standard features for the Classic trim pack include MINI navigation on a 6.5" display, real time traffic information (RTTI), Apple CarPlay, rain sensors and automatic headlight activation.
MINI Connected Services are also standard, as well as intelligent emergency call (E-Call) and Bluetooth. Heli-Spoke alloy wheels and black cloth seats complete the Classic offering.
The Sport pack adds a John Cooper Works sports steering wheel, John Cooper Works sports seats and 17-inch John Cooper Works Track Spoke alloy wheels as standard.
Completing the trio of pack options, Exclusive comes with 17-inch Roulette Spoke alloys, MINI Yours leather steering wheel and MINI Yours leather sports seats as standard.
The latest models are available from this month with prices starting at £21,200.