The six-door estate offers extra equipment alongside low-power, low-emission engines.
Mini has revealed a new version of the Clubman estate designed specifically for corporate buyers.
Dubbed the Clubman City, the newcomer is fitted with all the equipment deemed necessary for business users, but also comes with Mini’s most efficient engines to ensure low company car tax rates.
Included in the Clubman City’s £19,995 asking price are satellite navigation, Bluetooth connectivity and parking sensors, while air conditioning and cruise control are carried over from the standard Mini One Clubman’s kit list.
Sixteen-inch alloy wheels are fitted as standard, but customers can upgrade to 17-inch alloys free of charge.
At launch, customers can choose one of two engines to hide under the Clubman’s clamshell bonnet. The sole diesel offering is a 1.5-litre 114 bhp unit that emits carbon dioxide at a rate of 109 g/km, according to the stringent new WLTP emissions test.
The petrol engine, meanwhile, is another 1.5-litre, although it’s less potent, producing just 102 bhp.
As standard, the petrol engine comes with a manual gearbox, but customers can spend an extra £1,560 on an automatic transmission. The £23,855 diesel is only offered in automatic guise.
Steve Roberts, head of corporate sales at Mini UK, said: “We’re well aware that many fleets operate strict CO2 limits but also need to offer drivers vehicles that are versatile and suitable for everyday life; be that commuting, travelling with the family or using the vehicle for leisure purposes. The Mini Clubman, one of the brand’s most versatile vehicles, offers all of these benefits alongside a great standard specification for the corporate market.
“We’re delighted that our petrol model will be available from £19,995 and our low-CO2 diesel model will be available with just 109 g/km – all WLTP compliant and available for immediate ordering.”