Specs appeal

Check out the numbers that prove the MINI Clubman is more than just a (very) pretty face.

November 2018


It’s easy to fall for the MINI Clubman the first time you lay eyes on it, but the attraction is more than skin-deep: it’s when you take a look under the hood that you really discover what the Clubman has to offer.


With a turbocharged 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder petrol engine (192hp/141kW), the MINI Clubman Cooper S packs a serious punch, while the Cooper offers a handy blend of power and economy with a 136hp/100kW engine. The most powerful of the Clubman models, the John Cooper Works, boasts a 228hp/170kW engine. The front and rear aprons, bonnet air scoop and dual tailpipes all hint at the power waiting to be unleashed.

CO2 emissions

You recycle. You reuse your paper cups and you avoid plastic bags. You care about sustainability, and you want to breathe clean air. Naturally, then, you will want to know about the MINI Clubman’s carbon emissions. At a favourable 125g/km in the Cooper, 148 to 138g/km in the Cooper S and 178 to 164g/km in the John Cooper Works, you can enjoy your ride guilt-free.

Besides its good looks, the MINI Clubman boasts some impressive numbers, too.


It’s when you take a look under the hood that you really discover what the MINI Clubman has to offer.

Combined fuel consumption

As you try to reduce your personal carbon footprint, you’ll want a car that’s light on fuel, so you’ll be pleased with the MINI Clubman’s combined fuel consumption numbers: the Cooper gets 5.4 litres per 100km, the Cooper S gets 6.4 to 5.9 litres per 100km and the John Cooper Works comes in at 7.8 to 7.2 litres per 100km.

Top speed

Even the smallest model in the MINI Clubman range, the Cooper, hits a top speed of 205km/h and goes from 0 to 100km/h in 9.1 seconds. The Cooper S hits a blistering top speed of 228km/h, and goes from 0 to 100km/h in just 7.1 seconds. If you have a need for serious speed, the John Cooper Works will blow your hair back, reaching a top speed of 238km/h and going from 0 to 100km/h in just 6.3 seconds.