The MINI Clubman is a compact estate that’s unique in its segment because it is the only one with six doors. Instead of a single tail-gate, the Clubman has a vertically split tailgate, which results in a pair of “fridge doors”.
Open these and you’ll discover a 360-litre boot, whose capacity can be expanded to 1250 litres by folding down the rear seats.
The previous Clubman we tested was the Cooper S version, which has a turbocharged 2-litre inline-4 pumping out 192hp and 280Nm. On paper, it sounds a lot more exciting than the MINI One Clubman, whose turbocharged 1.5-litre 3-cylinder delivers 101hp and 190Nm of torque.
To see how the updated MINI One Clubman stacks up, sgCarMart’s Jon Lim takes this stylish station wagon for a spin. He checks out the new changes, and how it performs in real life.
Will he conclude that the One Clubman is a “will buy”, “go try”, or “won’t buy”? Stay tuned and find out!