If you live in a place where it snows a lot, you might be interested in a car with all-wheel drive. Sure, traction in snow has more to do with the tires on your car, but AWD does improve traction, and makes people feel more confident about driving in all conditions. To this end, MINI has now announced the Clubman ALL4.
Based on the biggest of the MINIs, the car has an AWD system that is able to distribute torque between the front and rear wheels for ideal traction in any situation. The AWD system also enhances cornering and agility under acceleration.
The Clubman ALL4 can be had with a selection of 3 and 4-cylinder engines. Base versions offer 134 hp with S Clubman ALL4 models getting 189 hp. The standard transmission is a 6-speed manual, with an optional 8-speed Steptronic auto. The 189 hp engine is a 2.0-liter unit with TwinPower turbo tech and can reach 60mph in 6.7-seconds with the manual.
Drivers interested in the MINI Clubman ALL4 can find them in dealerships starting this April. A configurator should be going online later this month on the MINI website.
Source:: 95 Octane