Used 2012 Mini John Cooper Works Clubman Wagon Trims & Features

Trims & Features of the 2012 Mini John Cooper Works Clubman Wagon

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Like all the Minis, John Cooper Works Clubman Wagon comes in one trim. Extra features are offered as optional package although the stock version has quite a few features to go with it. A notable optional feature is the Winter Package that includes the heated folding mirror, heated washer jets, heated front seats and headlight washers. The package costs you $750 over the price of John Cooper Works Clubman Wagon's $32,800. With $2,000, you can add center arm rests, parking sensor, the 10 channel sound system and a 6.5" of display. Add another $750 and you will get GPS navigation with the package! Now, we are talking about serious customization that will make you spend serious money. Though there are quite a few optional features, including the lounge style leather seats that will cost you another $2,000, the standard features on the John Cooper Works Clubman Wagon is not something you can write off.

Hood scoop air intake, multi link rear suspension, anti lock disc brakes, 17" alloy wheels are standard features to name a few. Chrome fuel tap, club door and split doors at the rear are standard features and these features contribute significantly to the John Cooper Works Clubman Wagon's looks. Front fog lamps and JCW aero kits are standard accessories. There are many attractive features on the interior that are standard too. Ambient light with color adjustment, LED waterfall lighting, 3 spoke leather sports steering wheel, telescopic and tilt steering wheel and service interval indicator are a couple of standard features that you will love about the John Cooper Works Clubman Wagon.

The climate controlled glove box and air recirculation AC are standard features on John Cooper Works Clubman Wagon. On those long cruises, you can keep your cool drinks chilled and enjoy home like comfort with John Cooper Works Clubman Wagon's best in class AC. The car we reviewed lived up to its promises and the one touch up and down operation on the front window is a thoughtful feature. The cargo space is not only spacious but the flat bed ensures that even an inch of space is not wasted.

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