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2013 Mini Cooper S clubman awd black

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2013 Mini Cooper S clubman awd black

The clubman 4 is finished in black metallic

Black seats with red trim inside


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Event Date: 09/17/2014

Location: TELFORD, PA

Odometer Reading: 9,567

Data Source: Motor Vehicle Dept.

Details: TITLE(Title #:73819083)

Event Date: 12/02/2015

Location: TELFORD, PA

Odometer Reading:

Data Source: Motor Vehicle Dept.


Event Date: 01/09/2017

Location: TELFORD, PA

Odometer Reading:

Data Source: Motor Vehicle Dept.


Event Date: 02/08/2017

Location: NJ

Odometer Reading: 69,836

Data Source: Independent Repair Center


Event Date: 02/16/2018


Odometer Reading: 95,304

Data Source: Independent Repair Center


below is a nice overview of the

                         Mini Clubman Generation

Identical to the 3-door hatchback from the B-pillarforward, the Clubman features a length increased by 240 mm (9.4 in), an 80 mm (3.1 in) longer wheelbase, increased rear-seat leg room and cargo space deeper by 160 mm (6.3 in), providing an increased 260 litres (9.2 cu ft) of space – growing from a total of 680 to 920 litres (24 to 32 cu ft) with the rear seats folded. The Clubman model weighs 64 kilograms (141 lb) more than its two-door counterpart.

The Clubman features access to its cargo space via bi-parting rear doors, known as barn doors or splitdoors. The passenger doors configuration and split rear cargo doors of the Clubman made it a unique model on the market at the time of release.[4] Also, all Clubman models feature a single backwards opening side door to access the rear seats. The first generation was the first Mini to have suicide doors, but the second generation lacks them. It is marketed singularly as the Clubdoor, and is always located on its right side of the body – irrespective of market. It is much smaller in comparison to the regular driver and passenger side doors. This in turn creates differences between right and left-hand drive markets. In right-hand markets, the steering wheel won’t allow the driver’s seat from folding as far forward as the passenger seat. This means that left-hand drive markets feature increased access to the rear seat. For right-hand drive markets, including the car’s home market, the bi-parting door is located on the road side of the car, requiring rear passengers to exit into the road.[5]

The model variants are the same as the Hatch/Hardtop version; being in available in One, Cooper, Cooper D, Cooper SD, Cooper S and John Cooper Works (JCW) variations.

In 2011, the special edition Hampton was unveiled and comprised a Reef Bluemetallic paint with a black roof, black leather seats, Damson Red bonnet stripes and interior detailing and Anthracite instruments borrowed from the Mini John Cooper Works.[6]

In 2013, the company unveiled the Clubman Bond Street, named after a prestigious shopping destination in the West End of London, featuring exclusive and stylish appointments inside and out.[7] The colour combination was Midnight black with Cool Champagnefor the roof.[8]


Four-cylinder engine, automatic transmission and manual transmission selections are identical to those used in the corresponding hatchback models, except for the 66 kW (90 PS; 89 bhp) One Diesel which is not offered in the Clubman. The rear suspension setup shares many of the same design features, including the rear trailing arms and the anti-roll bars.[9]

In 2011 the Peugeot DV6(Ford DLD-416) engine was replaced with the 1.6 and 2.0 BMW N47 Diesels. The 2.0 appeared for the first time in the range for the Cooper SD versions.

The Clubman comes with 6 airbags; stability control, brake assist driving and electronic brakeforce distribution.

Cargo area

Clubman’s cargo area

The cargo area of the first generation Clubman received mixed reviews. Although it was far bigger than the Mini Hatch, most critics still believed that it was too small in comparison to one of its main competitors, the Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen. Many complaints were also cited about the trunk. The majority of the car behind the B pillarwas said to have created much road noise, especially at high speeds. Also, the rear seats did not fold flat with the load floor of the trunk. Critics also said that the “storage package”, which included options such as a 12V power outlet, perimeter lighting, and nets, should have been a standard option on the vehicle.