2011 MINI Cooper Clubman
38,618 Miles | Doral, FL
$12,998
Est $187/mo

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2011 MINI Cooper Clubman
53,689 Miles | South Jordan, UT
$10,998
Est $159/mo

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2009 MINI Cooper Clubman
71,064 Miles | Pleasanton, CA
$9,998
Est $144/mo

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2011 MINI Cooper Clubman
80,272 Miles | South Portland, ME
$9,998
Est $144/mo

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2010 MINI Cooper Clubman
77,008 Miles | Spokane Valley, WA
$10,599
Est $153/mo

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2011 MINI Cooper Clubman
64,225 Miles | Kenosha, WI
$11,599
Est $167/mo

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2010 MINI Cooper Clubman
41,175 Miles | Las Vegas, NV
$11,599
Est $167/mo

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2010 MINI Cooper Clubman
44,025 Miles | Daytona Beach, FL
$11,599
Est $167/mo

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2009 MINI Cooper Clubman
71,974 Miles | Austin, TX
$13,599
Est $196/mo

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2008 MINI Cooper Clubman
109,728 Miles | La Crosse, WI
$5,289
Est $76/mo

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2009 MINI Cooper Clubman
113,631 Miles | Elmhurst, NY
$5,500
Est $79/mo

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2008 MINI Cooper Clubman
69,846 Miles | Greenville, SC
$6,991
Est $101/mo

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2009 MINI Cooper Clubman
104,744 Miles | Columbia, CT
$6,871
Est $99/mo

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2009 MINI Cooper Clubman
72,110 Miles | Bennington, VT
$5,954
Est $86/mo

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2012 MINI Cooper Clubman
55,054 Miles | Alexandria, KY
$9,268
Est $134/mo

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2010 MINI Cooper Clubman
88,510 Miles | Auburn, ME
$7,987
Est $115/mo

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2010 MINI Cooper Clubman
63,672 Miles | Montpelier, VT
$9,495
Est $137/mo

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2011 MINI Cooper Clubman
72,873 Miles | Fort Dodge, IA
$10,275
Est $148/mo

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2010 MINI Cooper Clubman
135,651 Miles | Cincinnati, OH
$5,455
Est $79/mo

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2009 MINI Cooper Clubman
56,268 Miles | Asheville, NC
$7,961
Est $115/mo

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MINI Cooper Clubman Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.7
3 Reviews
Overall
3.7
Value
3.7
Performance
4.3
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.7
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
3.7

MINI Cooper Clubman Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2011 MINI Cooper Clubman - I love this car.

Jason
San Diego, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I've always loved the old British MINIs, and when the Countryman came out, I thought it was too good to be true! Since we have two kids, I didn't thing a standard Cooper would be big enough, but the Countryman is perfect and sexy! First of all, people who buy automatic transmission cars should not buy a MINI. They are meant to be performance vehicles, and they are definitely way more fun to drive with a manual transmission! I am a woman, and even I know its a travesty to opt for a transmission when buying a motor like this! My only two negatives are relatively minor things: the cup holders are in a bad spot where you often can't comfortably fit a drink (especially when driving manual) and the visors are two small to really be helpful in blocking the sun if its coming from the side. Oth... (more)
Story
I bought a used mini deep freezer, when I arrived to pick it up, the seller starts laughing thinking it wouldn't fit in my car. When I fit it, I asked them who was laughing now.
Pros
Fun to drive. The main reason I wanted a Mini was because they looked so fun to drive. Once I got behind the wheel, I knew it was a good choice. They can quickly go fast, make turns without a problem, and can practically park anywhere. I don't really care to drive, but when I do, I want it to be in a fun car. Of all of the vehicles I have owned, the Mini has been the most fun.
Cons
Mini knows you want one. When people shop around for a car, they can bounce from dealership to dealership without really expressing they want a particular type of car. Unfortunately, when shopping for a Mini, most dealers will know that you want one of those in particular. If you express you drove a long way, loved them for years, etc., then they can turn that against you.

2009 MINI Cooper Clubman - Sporty, fun, economical car

Kelly
Pismo Beach, California
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
3.0
This has been one of my favorite cars to drive. I like a car that is outside of the norm, but not one that you pay a fortune for. This fit the bill. It's a bit of a cult following, be warned! I appreciate having the third door for people to get in and out of the backseat. I was hesitant that it only seats four, but the reality is that I almost never cart around five people. The car has great pick up, even without turning on the sport. The paddle shifters are fun, but somewhat gimmicky for me, as I only use them once in a blue moon. The car has a lot more room than people think. I have hauled quite a bit around without any issues. I love the gas mileage on this car, major selling point!! And just about any parking spot will do. Just remember where you parked, as it's so small it hides f... (more)
Story
I once was able to bring transport three ring-tailed lemurs, in separate crates, to their new zoo home. I worked for a zoo and ended up using my car for transport from the airport. It really does have a lot of room, especially with the backseat folded down.
Pros
Ridiculously good gas mileage (~36-38 highway). Plenty of power. Lots of room, even for a small car. Seat heaters on this are truly amazing!
Cons
Timing chain had to be replaced, but it was covered by Mini. Car burns oil, so we check the oil levels monthly, no joke. Seating for four vs. five. Timing is a little finicky when the engine is cold. Wind noise with the sunroof, even with it closed, but it can be finessed.

2016 MINI Cooper Clubman - Sluggish, but convenient.

Cooper Clubman Owner
Phoenix, Arizona
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
3.0
The Mini Cooper Clubman works great as an entry level vehicle for people new to the MINI brand. While having the stylings of a regular MINI, it has some of the features of a larger sedan or wagon, with four doors and plenty of cargo space. However, one thing lacks on the standard model, and that is power. While their is a turbo that comes standard with the vehicle and a "sport" mode, this MINI is not as zippy and quick as its more classic counterpart, the Hardtop.
Story
Being able to get past slower traffic with relative ease while commuting. Also it is great for making road trips as well with the amount of space you have for luggage. If you are adventurous, camping is also a possibility!
Pros
Faster than most vehicles for the price range. Great storage and mileage.
Cons
Slow, some inconveniences with the center console layout.

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