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New Mini five-seater a steal with car finance

Mini has unveiled details and a launch date for its five-seater Clubman, a car expected to sell extremely well – both because of its sharp Mini handling, the large interior and its affordability with car finance.

Mini has unveiled details and a launch date for its five-seater Clubman, a car expected to sell extremely well – both because of its sharp Mini handling, the large interior and its affordability with car finance.

The new Clubman is inspired by the old 1960s model and offers greater legroom and three individual seats in the back; in addition the boot has a split tailgate, making using the extra storage space even easier.

The car is to be launched in November this year with dealer orders already reportedly strong.

"Dealers have invested close to £40 million in the last two years in expanding or moving premises, enabling them to present the huge choice of models, options and accessories to customers in the showroom," Andy Hearn, Mini UK general manager, told Auto Wired.

"Demand continues to grow year by year with 2007 sales up nearly 14 per cent, including three record months from March," he added.

Prices are set to start at just over £14,000 for the basic Cooper version, rising to around £17,000 for the sportier Cooper S, a modest price range – particularly with car finance – for such a well designed and well regarded vehicle.


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