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2020 MINI Cooper Clubman

Interior


MSRP
$30,900
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2020 MINI Cooper Clubman Interior Review

Scorecard

Interior: 6.4

 The 2020 Mini Cooper Clubman has an upscale interior with quality materials. The styling is playful and inspired by vintage Mini Cooper models. There’s ample seating space for adults in both rows, and the cargo room is generous. The infotainment system has a slight learning curve, but it functions well for the most part.

  • "The Cooper S Clubman provides a cabin with solid build quality and eye-catching design. On the center stack, the display screen is placed in a circular housing that is reminiscent of the car's cheerful round headlights. The cabin looks whimsical and upbeat, and the materials used are top notch." -- Car and Driver
  • "Soft-touch interior surfaces, doors that seal solidly when closed, and rubberized climate control knobs that rotate with soft detents are all of palpable quality. Mini's personality remains, but it's matured and befits a luxury compact." -- Edmunds (2018)
  • "Whimsy marks the Mini's interior. Circular shapes dominate -- a round door latch, round center screen surround, and a round speedometer perched atop the steering column. Chrome toggle switches punctuate the dashboard. … Furnishings are more upscale than most other compact cars, with much of the door panel covered in soft-touch material and a thickly-padded dashboard top." -- Consumer Reports (2017)

Seating

The Mini Cooper Clubman has five seats. Synthetic leather upholstery and heated front seats are standard. Leather upholstery is available. The front seats are supportive and spacious enough for taller adults. The rear seats can comfortably fit adults too, at least for shorter trips. Visibility is good to the front and sides of the Clubman, but it’s not great to the rear.

  • "Despite the car's small footprint, there's a decent amount of room available for passengers in both rows." -- Car and Driver
  • "The front sport seats are firm but well-contoured for comfort, and the side bolstering keeps you secure when cornering. Visibility to the sides and front is excellent thanks to the upright nature of the windows. But rear visibility is hampered by the rather short glass that is split in the middle by the Clubman's distinctive barn-door-style hatchback design." -- Edmunds
  • "The front seats are comfortable and supportive, and the rear seat is hospitable enough for adults, although head, knee, and foot room are still stingy. The optional dual-pane sunroof makes the cabin feel airy." -- Consumer Reports (2017)

Interior Features

The Mini Clubman comes standard with a 6.5-inch infotainment screen, Bluetooth, a USB port, HD Radio, satellite radio, six speakers, remote keyless entry, and air conditioning. Available features include an 8.8-inch touch screen, navigation, Apple CarPlay, a 12-speaker Harman Kardon stereo, a wireless device charger, dual-zone climate control, proximity keyless entry, and a power tailgate.

The standard infotainment system has straightforward menus, and it’s accompanied by physical controls for the air conditioning. However, the knob that controls the screen is placed low and far back on the center console, putting your arm in an awkward position when using it. The available 8.8-inch screen reacts to touch inputs, which alleviates this issue somewhat.

Standard driver assistance features include a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, forward collision warning, and automatic emergency braking. Available safety features include front parking sensors, parallel park assist, a head-up display, and adaptive cruise control.

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  • "The addition of an optional touchscreen increases functionality further, since the console-mounted infotainment controller can be awkward to reach." -- Autotrader
  • "The infotainment system is an adaptation of BMW's last-generation iDrive. It's easy to use and has a lot of features. Unfortunately, the dial controller is mounted too far back and too low on the center console to be comfortable to use. It forces an awkward crane of the wrist, and to look at the physical shortcut buttons, you'll have to take your eyes off the road briefly." -- Edmunds
  • "A large round center screen for the infotainment system has a rim that changes colors like a mood ring, reflecting your actions. The controls take a bit of time and use to fully comprehend, but they ultimately prove logical enough." -- Consumer Reports (2017)

Cargo

The Mini Clubman has 17.5 cubic feet of cargo space behind its rear seats and 47.9 cubic feet with these seats folded. That’s spacious for a subcompact car. The Clubman’s tailgate is one of its most distinctive features. Unlike a traditional hatchback that lifts up, the Clubman has two rear doors that swing out to the sides. It’s easy to load and unload.

  • "Storage space is … easily accessed thanks to barn doors and 60/40-split rear seats that fold flat. The rear cargo area has a false floor, providing hidden storage options. A clever latch holds the floor up when you need to access it, saving your arms needless strain." -- Edmunds (2019)
  • "Once you go through all of that, you gain access to a small wagon cargo area, with a square opening and flat recessed floor. The raised sill keeps items from rolling out when the rear doors are opened. Lowering the seatbacks gives more cargo space. There are bins in the cargo area and in the back of the doors for storing small items. Plus, there's a decent amount of extra load space under the cargo floor." -- Consumer Reports (2017)
  • "Meanwhile, the Clubman's vertically split cargo doors afford excellent access to the cargo area, and Mini claims it's even possible to load a washing machine back there. There's also an option that will open the doors remotely by triggering a sensor below the rear bumper with your foot, just like you see in SUVs these days." -- Automobile Magazine (2016)
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