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Mini Clubman Pricing and Specs

2020 Mini Clubman


From $37,900

Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)

2008 to 2019

$4,700 - 54,890

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Year Price From Price To
2021 $37,900 $68,900
2020 $37,900 $68,900
2019 $25,000 $54,890
2018 $22,400 $46,750
2017 $19,600 $43,670
2016 $18,200 $33,330
2015 $16,500 $35,750
2014 $14,400 $31,350
2013 $11,600 $26,400
2012 $9,700 $21,670
2011 $8,200 $18,810
2010 $7,000 $16,720
2009 $5,900 $14,300
2008 $4,700 $12,430
* Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price

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Mini Clubman FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Mini Clubman here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Clubman S servicing issues

    You've always got the right to argue your case and try to negotiate a satisfactory outcome, but I doubt you would be successful with a car as old as yours. Unless you're prepared to invest a lot of time in the negotiations I would suggest you just cop it and get on with life.

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  • How to register a vehicle bought interstate?

    To register the vehicle in Victoria you will need to get a roadworthy certificate, pay a transfer fee of $38.50, and pay duty. The duty is based on the market value of the car, and is calculated at $8.40 per $200 of that market value.

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  • Is the Mini Clubman auto a smarter purchase than the manual?

    It’s not like the old days when Mini Coopers did appeal the purists and a manual was the only thing to have, today’s Mini buyers a less purists than fashion followers. Although I would prefer a manual for the fun of driving it, most buyers would prefer an auto and that would affect the resale of your car should you choose a manual. I do agree with you that it’s a good idea for your son to learn to drive a manual.

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