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The MINI One Clubman is a quirky MINI

The MINI One Clubman is a quirky MINI

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For this video review we have the MINI One Clubman!

Don't know how the MINI range works? Jon starts off the review with a run through of what the different MINIs offer.

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The MINI Clubman of course, gives you a larger boot to place your luggage. However, its depth does leave much to be desired if you're looking for something practical...

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We found the MINI One Clubman still delivers a plush and luxurious interior, despite being the base model.

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Jon finds that the infotainment screen could be larger though, do you agree?

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Join us in the video review to see just how this MINI Clubman drives!

Should you opt for a MINI One? See what Jon thinks...

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