Mini Updates The 2020 Clubman With A Series Of Small Changes

Believe it or not, you are looking at the facelifted 2020 Mini Clubman, outfitted with the most minor of updates.

Those with a keen eye may notice that the refreshed Clubman incorporates a new front fascia with tweaked headlights and a different grille. There’s also new LED fog lamps with a driving light ring fitted. The British automaker has also fitted the new Clubman with different LED taillights with optional Union Jack inspired graphics.

A number of new wheel designs have also been designed for the 2020 model year. All versions come equipped with 16- or 17-inch wheels as standard but Mini does offer light alloy wheels in 18- and 19-inch sizes. The Clubman can also be optioned with sports suspension which lowers the ride height by 10 mm. Adaptive suspension is also available which tweaks the ride depending on what driving mode is selected.

New colors including Indian Summer Red metallic, British Racing Green metallic, and MINI Yours Enigmatic Black metallic are also new for 2020, as are a range of Piano Black exterior parts including the headlight surrounds, rear light surrounds, and the new radiator grille.

There will be eight different 2020 Mini Clubman models offered to customers. These consist of the One Clubman, Cooper Clubman, Cooper S Clubman, Cooper S Clubman ALL4, One D Clubman, Cooper D Clubman, Cooper SD Clubman, and the Cooper SD Clubman ALL4. The new Clubman family is made up of two three-cylinder petrol engines, one four-cylinder petrol engine, one three-cylinder diesel, and two four-cylinder diesels. Transmissions include a six-speed manual, seven-speed Steptronic automatic, and an 8-speed Steptronic.

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  • ME

    Like the older taillamps. It needs standard camera review digital mirror for the visibility out back.

  • dumblikeyou2

    Union Jack’d with in an inch of its life.

  • Yishay

    It’s losing something

  • Emoto

    I rate this a solid “Meh”.

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