The MINI Clubman is the latest body to arrive at the catalog. The firm is gradually completing the offer is the MINI more convenient with new options, and now comes the MINI Clubman ALL4, the variant of all-wheel drive. The system of traction employed by MINI is smart. In normal conditions it functions as a front-wheel drive, but when there is loss of adhesion, it sends torque to the rear axle.
The all-wheel drive ALL4 the MINI Clubman will be available in versions Cooper S and Cooper SD, gasoline and diesel respectively. The petrol model will be available with manual gearbox six-speed automatic 8-speed transmission, while the diesel will be available only with the automatic transmission. Optionally, the automatic change can have cams on the steering wheel and function Launch Control to take advantage of the full potential of the engine. The Stop & Start is standard and the machines can use the candle mode, by decoupling the change of the engine.
The MINI Cooper S Clubman ALL4 uses an engine 2.0 turbo petrol 192 HP Nm and 280 Nm, which come to 300 Nm with the function overboost. This engine offers very good performance, with a 0-100 time of 6.9 seconds for the automatic version (one tenth more to the manual). The maximum speed is in both cases of 225 km/h and the average consumption of part of the 6.3-liter in the case of the automatic and 6.9 in the manual.
The MINI Cooper SD Clubman ALL4, for his part, has recourse to a diesel engine of 2.0 liters and 190 HP. Completing the maneuver of accelerating to 100 km/h in 7,2 seconds and despite being slightly slower than the Cooper S stands out by a more efficient use of fuel, with an average approved from 4.8 litres.
Source – MINI
From 18.400 euro