Its three years since the current MINI Clubman landed in Australia and now the five-door (or is that six-door?) wagon is set to benefit from some extra features for 2018.
Confirmed this afternoon by MINI Australia, the changes include the standard fitment of satellite-navigation to all variants.
And the previously optional Driver Assist package is now a standard fitment across the range.
This adds autonomous emergency braking, forward collision warning, city collision mitigation, high beam assist and speed sign recognition.
While entry-level MINI Clubman Cooper also picks up new sports seats trimmed in combination leather and cloth.
And there’s new-look 17” alloy wheels as well.
It isn’t just the base-model that gets extra gear, MINI is also giving the mid-spec Cooper S new 18” alloy wheels, and LED Headlights.
And the top-spec John Cooper Works variant pics up wireless phone charging, wireless Apple CarPlay and MINI Find Mate.
2018 MINI Clubman Pricing:
- Cooper Clubman – from $36,900
- Cooper S Clubman – from $44,900
- JCW Clubman All4 – from $54,900
“Its unique design offers mass appeal, from those seeking individuality to those taking the family on a road trip.
“Now with the latest connectivity and value-added specification, the concept is more appealing than ever.”
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