Personable and plenty fun to drive, the 2014 Mini Cooper Clubman traditionally offers a bit more versatility than the regular Mini Cooper hatchback. But now that the standard Cooper is redesigned (and larger), the Clubman has lost some appeal.
- Sharp handling
- High fuel economy
- Roomier access and rear seating than the regular Cooper hatchback
- Quick acceleration from S and JCW versions
- Highly customizable.
- Ride quality may be too stiff for some
- Noisy on the highway
- Form-over-function interior controls
- Weak base stereo
- Expensive for its class.