2013 Mini Clubvan

Mini Clubvan

In a new growth since the relaunch of the blade, Miniskirt is re-establishing itself as a fixing in the commercial-grade bringing sphere. Modern-minded companies stabbing to expose their feel for single dash and agio lineament spell delivering their goods are recruiting the Miniskirt Clubvan as the new ace of their van fleets. It likewise brings the impulsive fun Miniskirt owners cognize and dear to clientele traffic-dominated urban roadstead. Two seating, 5 doors and rich cargo capacitance in the behind pee the Miniskirt Clubvan prominently advantageously dependent for the limited load-carrying requirements of day-after-day commercial-grade aliveness – not to credit a well-earned after-hours twist when the oeuvre is through.

2013 Mini Clubvan

As a convincing all-around commercial-grade performer, the Miniskirt Clubvan follows in the tire tracks of the Morris Mini Van on sale betwixt 1960 and 1986. The originative use of infinite for which the stain is famous was too precious extremely by commercial-grade users backbone in those years. The combining of a wheelbase 10 centimetres yearner that that of the definitive Miniskirt and a rent bum threshold quenched their motivation for practicality. And now the Miniskirt Clubvan is delivering this construct to the Xxi hundred with the brace and confidence of a original of its patronage. A yearner wheelbase again provides an gain in lading expanse, patch the rip threshold serves as the primary entree pointedness to the shipment bay.

The mankind’s outset premium-segment squeeze van shares all this – likewise as its outside duration of 3,961 millimetres, breadth of 1,683 mm, stature of 1,426 mm and 2,547 mm wheelbase – with the MINI Clubman. The distinctive right-side Clubdoor also serves the cause of practicality, allowing quick and comfortable access to loads stowed behind the front seats.

2013 Mini Clubvan

2013 Mini Clubvan

Beyond this resemblance, the MINI Clubvan has a character all of its own, headlined by its clear working brief. The absence of rear seats allows the Clubvan to focus squarely on maximising load-carrying capacity. The cargo area is 115 centimetres long and, even at its narrowest point just behind the rear doors, 102 centimetres wide. The partition behind the front seats, comprising a solid aluminium lower section and an upper section of stainless steel grating, is firmly attached to the vehicle body. The partition prevents objects in the load compartment from slamming forward into the passenger compartment under heavy braking. It also allows loading right up to the roof, so that full use can be made of the rear compartment’s 860 litres of cargo space. The MINI Clubvan has a maximum payload of 500 kilograms.

2013 Mini Clubvan

The high-quality carpeting covering the flat load compartment floor and side walls is fit-for-purpose and stylish in equal measure. Six attachment loops recessed into the floor at the edge of the load area can be used to secure cargo of all shapes and sizes, preventing items from sliding around when the vehicle is on the move. Elsewhere, an anthracite roof liner runs the full length of the vehicle, two additional load compartment lights illuminate proceedings during loading and unloading, and 12-volt sockets in the cargo area can be used to power electrical equipment.

The MINI Clubvan shields its cargo from curious eyes while on the move and during drop-offs thanks to a combination of opaque, blocked-out glass in the rear side windows and Clubdoor, and the darkened glass in the rear doors. The side window surfaces are body-coloured on the outside and have polycarbonate reinforcement on the inside. This paves the way for a new form of individualisation, the van’s flanks offering the ideal location for company signage or a brand logo. All of which allows the MINI Clubvan to double up as an attractive advertising platform for the urban street scene. It certainly provides a fitting showcase for style-conscious companies.

2013 Mini Clubvan

Customers can specify their MINI Clubvan in the exterior colours Pepper White, Ice Blue and Midnight Black metallic, while a choice of 15, 16 and 17-inch light-alloy wheels are available as optional alternatives to the standard 15-inch Delta Spoke items that are exclusive to the MINI Clubvan. Inside, the MINI Clubvan comes as standard with Cosmos Carbon Black cloth seats, while the cloth/leather combination Ray Carbon Black, Punch Leather Carbon Black and Lounge Leather Carbon Black trim are all included on the options list. The black interior colour shade contrasts with Fine White Silver interior trim strips as standard. However, these can be swapped for a selection of three other interior trim strips, three Colour Lines and a leather-covered instrument panel. And the MINI Clubvan also offers customers a wide variety of options with which to optimise comfort, driving fun, safety and practicality.

Ensuring that the MINI Clubvan offers reliable just-in-time delivery is a line-up of three lively four-cylinder engines. The MINI One Clubvan produces 72 kW/98 hp, the MINI Cooper Clubvan is fitted with a 90 kW/122 hp unit and the third string to the MINI Clubvan’s bow – the MINI Cooper D Clubvan – puts 82 kW/112 hp at the driver’s disposal. The diesel variant’s power delivery boasts attention-grabbing immediacy and raises the bar in terms of economy. Its average fuel consumption in the EU test cycle stands at just 3.9 litres per 100 kilometres (72.4 mpg imp), to go with CO2 emissions of 103 grams per kilometre. Power is channelled through the front wheels via a six-speed manual gearbox as standard, although all variants of the MINI Clubvan can also be specified with a six-speed automatic as an option.

2013 Mini Clubvan

The MINI Clubvan uses its inimitable allure to lay down an attractive marker in the commercial supply sector. The MINI Clubvan will be welcomed onto the fleet of any company needing to display a stylish appearance and appreciation of premium quality as part of the job. But it is also a frequent sight on the roads beyond the timetable of the working day and the usual places of business. Indeed, for transporting larger sports equipment and other leisure gear you’ll be hard pushed to find another two-seater that combines driving fun and functionality with the flair of the MINI Clubvan.

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