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BMW takes aim at fleets with new MINI Clubman City

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MINI is aiming to enhance its appeal among fleet and business customers with the arrival of the new MINI Clubman City, developed specifically for the corporate market.

The launch of the new business focused model combines features such as Satellite Navigation and Park Distance Control, with what BMW describes as highly competitive running costs and benefit-in-kind tax rates, delivering an economical option for fleet customers.

The MINI Clubman City comes with a host of technology as standard.

Satellite Navigation, with 6.5-inch display, Apple Car Play, DAB, Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI) and Intelligent Emergency Calling (E-call) and Rear Park Distance Control (PDC) are standard, as well as Bluetooth hands free function.

Retaining standard specifications of interest to fleet customers, Air Conditioning, Sports Steering Wheel and Cruise Control are all carried over from the MINI Clubman standard equipment list. MINIMALISM Fuel Saving Technology is fitted to every MINI Clubman model, with features including Automatic Stop/Start function, Brake Energy Regeneration and Shift Point Display.

The MINI Clubman City comes with 16-inch Revolite Spoke Wheels as standard with 17-inch Silver Net Spoke or 17-inch Silver Vent Spoke available as a free upgrade or 17-inch Black Net Spoke as a paid for option. Additionally, all models can be specified with run flat tyres as an additional upgrade.

Three models will be available from launch of the new MINI Clubman City – two petrol-powered, and one diesel variant, all of which meet the rigorous requirements of the Euro 6d-TEMP emission standard. The engine in the MINI One D Clubman City allows the brand to achieve emissions of 109 g/km (combined), the lowest emissions of any Clubman model.

All new MINI vehicles sold in the UK as of July 2018 are fully compliant with the new WLTP test regime well ahead of the September 2018 deadline. Despite the more stringent test requirements, the MINI range has increased on average by just 5g/km.

Steve Roberts, Head of Corporate Sales, MINI UK said “we’re well aware that many fleets operate strict CO2 limits but also need to offer drivers vehicles that are versatile and suitable for everyday life; be that commuting, travelling with the family or using the vehicle for leisure purposes. MINI Clubman, one of brand’s most versatile vehicles, offers all of these benefits alongside a great standard specification for the corporate market.

We’re delighted that our petrol model will be available from £19,995 and our low CO2 diesel model will be available with just 109 g/km – all WLTP compliant and available for immediate ordering.”

The MINI Clubman City is available to order now at MINI retailers nationwide.

MINI Clubman City Technical Data

Model BHP Transmission CO2 (g/km – combined) 0 – 62 (mph) OTR
MINI One
Clubman City
101 Man 131 11.3 £19,995
MINI One
Clubman City
101 Auto 130 11.6 £21,555
MINI One D
Clubman City
114 Auto 109 10.8 £23,855

 

  • MINI One Diesel Clubman City: 3-cylinder diesel engine
    capacity: 1496cc output
    max. torque: 119 ft lb
    acceleration (0-62mph): 10.8 seconds
    top speed: 119mph
    average fuel consumption: 68.9mpg
    COemissions: 109g/km, exhaust emission standard: EU6

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