With the Volkswagen Golf R, Ford Focus RS, come with strong turbocharged four-cylinder engines available in all wheel drive system and middle $30,000 values. Mini is no hot in hatchback segment, but its expensive/tasty hatches have all been two doors until now. Analyzing most of the same goal as the Golf R and the Focus RS. Mini is releasing the all wheel drive, turbocharged, performance themed John Cooper Works Clubman hatchback.
John Cooper Works (JCW) formula being well established, with every Mini so tagged being interacted to a careful enhance to its suspension, brakes, and engine for more performance. Strong Clubman, the Cooper S, has the same 2.0 liter turbocharged four cylinder while JCW's is adjusted to unleash 39 more horsepower and an additional 22 lb-ft of torque, for totals of 228 horsepower and 258 lb ft of torque.
The JCW with a dual mode sport gas for a throatier sound and a secondary radiator for additional engine cooling, can speed to 60 mph in six seconds even with six speed manual transmission coming as standard or with optional eight speed automatic transmission. A sport suspension remain standard but in the JCW way, it is convinced to be tight than the sport suspension supplied on the Cooper S Clubman.
Dynamic Damper adjustable suspension remains elective. The JCW Clubman sits 0.4 inch adjacent to the object than the standard Clubman. The debased position complements the good JCW body case struck onto the Clubman, which includes a more vent alicious front glassware and rocker panel continuations. The visual unfriendliness is operated up further, with grade black-colourant 18-inch wheels, while 19-inchers are elective. Mini's serenity stages are known disreputable, even for being hypersensitive to wheel length, so we'd advise against 19-inch wheels unless your local roadways are creaseless.
Red painted four piston caliper along with Brembo front brakes circular out the JCW’s adds more to mechanical improvement. There are an amount of colorant colors, distinguishing roof colors, bandings, and wheel options, as well as an accessible red themed indoor to regenerate the standard predominantly black compartment color scheme. The front inhabitants drive in aggressively reinforced sport rooms with compounded cushions and are touched by JCW-branded indoor bits, from the steering wheel to the doorsill bases. The look inside and out boundaries on “busy,” but it’s entertaining and disparate, even analyzed with the rather ostentatious Ford Focus RS.
Standard comes with a 6.5 inch central display tied up with infotainment setup and mobile app, rear parking sensors, proximity key entry with push button ignition, backup camera, collision warning, automated emergency braking, LED headlights. The JCW Clubman also will offer a head-up display, adaptive cruise control, dual zone automatic climate control, automatic high beam control, 8.8 inch dashboard display, navigation system, Harman/Kardon audio system, heated front seats, wider roof.
JCW versions move a $6000 to $6500 payment over their S engined equivalents, Cooper S Clubman with ALL4 AWD retails for $30,300. Expecting JCW base price near around $37,000, with same amount you can purchase Ford Focus RS and VW Golf R which are equipped with powerful engines and better supplies.