When I found out that Mini had made a car that was not small in comparison to the other cars they have produced for us over the years, I wondered what on earth they were thinking. Mini I always assumed was short for miniature so anything other than a small car would seem odd with the makes name wouldn't it? However I'm relieved to say they have managed to make a version that doesn't betray the normal style of the Mini autel maxidas ds808. They have taken all the iconic and good aspects of the old and modern Mini's and converted them into a passable bigger but not so different version.
In a normal Mini one tends to expect to be pleasantly surprised by the amount of storage space for your shopping or the amount of leg room you have whilst driving or a passenger Autel Maxisys MS908CV. This has often been the case with the Coopers in which I'm sure you would react in the same way as if you came across the Tardis which as we all now is an extremely roomy police box. In the new Clubman you already know from the exterior body how much room you are going to have. While this might take away some of the pleasant surprise, many of you might feel put off by a Mini thinking that they won't be any roomier than they look, so perhaps the Clubman is a genius idea.
Although the magic that is Mini may have been reduced a little bit, it has a number of perks that are worth listing. For one, if you are a long legged person, you're not likely to feel as though you're driving a clown car in the Clubman; there is enough space all round for comfortable limbs. It is much more suitable for a family, especially if you also have to cart around the kids and their massive bags full of stuff they just have to have all the time or else they'll throw a tantrum, and should you enter a busy road during the rush hour, you can power your way through without feeling as though you're a mouse attempting to scare a cat.
Many of the characteristics the Clubman has introduced to the Mini market are a pair of double doors for the boot rather than just one pull up hatch; the car may be longer but it shares much the same suspension as that of the Hatchbacks, it makes for a comfortable ride with the air-conditioning, and electrics that power everything from the windows to the external side mirrors. Basically the Clubman is a variation and another name for Minivan, but more for domestic needs than corporate. And if the old ones are anything to go by, the Clubman is much improved in terms of external superficiality. The one I have seen in person was a dark blue, pleasing to the eye and suited the new body. Although the body might take a while to get used to, I think overall you'll be pleasantly surprised.