2008 MINI Cooper Clubman Overview

Cooper Clubman

Looking for a Used Cooper Clubman in your area?

CarGurus has 1,673 nationwide Cooper Clubman listings starting at $5,500.


Not sure what you want?

Find the models that are right for you using the CarGurus Car Finder.



Avg. Price: $9,186
Avg. Price: $10,249

MINI Cooper Clubman Experts

#1 Vince Lee
Vince Lee
Reputation 150
#2 Tom Demyan
Tom Demyan
Reputation 130
#3 Robert Charlson
Robert Charlson
Reputation 100
View All

Have you driven a 2008 MINI Cooper Clubman?

Rank this car!

Average User Score

4.45 stars

Based on 22 reviews

Mini Cooper Clubman S by Ayman
 — A lot of fun to drive is the only word that needs to be written about this car, and the Clubman edition adds more seating space in the back and greater luggage space. the car can be redesigned by c... Read More
Fun Car To Drive by Kevin
 — Very good performance while getting 30+ MPG. Fun to drive. I love the bluetooth option, the AUX audio input and the keyless entry. The Mini Clubman S is very fun to drive and just big enough for my fa... Read More
Mini Cooper D Clubman by Michael
 — Great car, lot of attention, great handling and extra rom compaired to the R53, the diesel is very slow but very cheap to run, Building quality alot better, problem with phone intergration with new ph... Read More

2008 MINI Cooper Clubman Overview

Overall User Score

4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.4 out of 5 stars4.45

Based on 22 reviews

2008 MINI Cooper Clubman

Now able to fit even more clowns inside, the 2008 MINI Cooper Clubman arrives in Europe in late 2007 and hits U.S. shores in early 2008. With a wheelbase 10 inches longer than the MINI Cooper's, the Clubman is more passenger and cargo-oriented, with three of those inches going to increased rear legroom and the other seven going to a 9.1 cubic foot trunk - 60% more room than in the Cooper.  With the rear seats folded down, the Clubman can hold 33 cubic feet. Not bad for a car that's still smaller than the Honda Fit.

Looking exactly like a Cooper that's spent some time on the stretching machine, the 2008 Cooper Clubman also harks back to the MINI Traveller and Clubman Estate of the 1960s. In place of the wood paneling that flanked the rear window and dual rear barn doors, there is contrasting painted trim. Each barn door has its own handle and window wiper, and the twin doors allow easier access to the trunk. Another handy addition is the narrow third door on the passenger side. Dubbed the Clubdoor, it opens toward the rear in conjunction with the front door and allows somewhat better access to the rear seats.

Engine choices will be the same as the regular Cooper - either a naturally aspirated 1.6-liter inline 4 that produces 120 horsepower or a turbo version that delivers 175 hp and hits 0-60 in just over seven seconds (slightly slower than the Cooper, due to the extra weight). Buyers will get to select between a 6-speed manual or automatic transmission with sport-shift wheel paddles. Both models feature ABS brakes, traction and stability control, brake assist, a tire monitor, hill start assist, and six airbags, including head curtain bags for all passengers. European models come with regenerative braking and automatic idling shut-off, to decrease emissions, and a diesel engine option. MINI touts there will be 40 color combinations to choose from for both the body and rear trim.


What's your take on the 2008 MINI Cooper Clubman?

People researching a 2008 MINI Cooper Clubman contacted a dealer about

2008 MINI Cooper Clubman, Back Right Quarter View, exterior, manufacturer
MINI Cooper Clubman
31% of the time
MINI Cooper
23% of the time
Toyota Prius
3% of the time
Cooper Clubman
Looking for a Used Cooper Clubman in your area?
CarGurus has 1,673 nationwide Cooper Clubman listings starting at $5,500.

MINI Cooper Clubman Questions

Tony Ochoa

I'm Getting This Code P2885

Need help pls

1 view with no answers yet

Is The Type 14 Engine In A Mini Cooper Turbo Charged Or Not

476 views with 3 answers (last answer 3 years ago)

Fan Stays On All The Time And Goes Off 10mins After Car Is Turned Off

Fan stays on high all the time even when car has been turned off what could be the problem gives off after about ten minets

1,910 views with 8 answers (last answer about a year ago)
Michele Golden

My Passenger Window Wont Shut Completely When The Door Shuts

the driver door window will come down a short bit and when the door shuts it will shut completely. i had my passenger door repaired due to an accident and now it wont shut completely.

86 views with 2 answers (last answer about a year ago)

How Easy Is It To Swap The Run Flat Tires For Regular Tires?

What is involved in changing the standard runflat tires to regular tires, first using the original rims, and second by changing the rims as well?

13,069 views with 11 answers (last answer 2 years ago)