Fleet-focused variant arrives with corporate-focused specification.
Mini's British division has launched the Clubman City, a new variant of its six-door wagon catering to fleet and corporate customers.
Based on the entry-level One Clubman grade, the City gets satellite navigation and parking sensors as standard equipment, along with wireless Apple CarPlay, DAB digital radio, and bluetooth phone connectivity.
Other features carried over from the base car include air conditioning, a sports steering wheel, and cruise control. There are 16-inch 'Revolite' alloy wheels fitted as standard, while 17-inch units are available as a no-cost option.
Two engines are available – one petrol and one diesel – with the former offered with both manual and automatic transmissions, while the latter is exclusively mated to an automatic.
The petrol option is a 1.5-litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrol, making 102hp (76kW) of power and 190Nm of torque. The 0-100 sprint takes 11.3/11.6 seconds (MT/AT), while top speed is rated at 185km/h.
Opting for the diesel also gets you a 1.5-litre turbocharged unit, making a healthier 115hp (86kW) and 270Nm. Mini claims the One D Clubman City can accelerate from 0-100 in 10.8 seconds, on its way to a top speed of 119mph (191km/h).
Pricing for the Clubman City starts at £19,995 ($35,430) for the petrol manual, and £23,855 ($42,323) for the diesel.
Speaking with CarAdvice, Mini's local corporate communications manager ruled out any new variants of the Clubman for the time being.
"At this stage there are no further plans for Clubman variants in the Australian market," he said.