MONTERREY, CA – First deliveries of the Mini Clubman are getting under way at the brand’s 82 U.S. dealers, with initial supplies going mostly to buyers who pre-ordered the vehicle. The Clubman Cooper is 9.4 ins. (23.9 cm) longer than the standard Mini and features split doors, rather than a rear hatch, and a small access door on the passenger side for easier entry to the back seat. It bases at $20,600, while the more powerful Cooper S carries a $24,100 sticker. Both prices include a $650 ...

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