2012 MINI Cooper Clubman Safety

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The 2012 MINI Cooper Clubman hasn't been crash tested by either the IIHS (Insurance Institute of Highway Safety) nor the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), but it does offer most of the modern safety equipment you'd expect.

Standard safety gear on the Clubman includes: anti-torque steer programming, anti-lock brakes, stability control, hill-start assistance, run-flat tires (Cooper S and JCW models), tire-pressure monitoring, electronic brake distribution, a full set of airbags, and more.

Optional safety upgrades include adaptive headlights on Xenon-equipped models, automatic wipers, parking sensors, and, on John Cooper Works models, dynamic stability control.

Despite the lack of official crash-test scores, the 2012 MINI Clubman shares its basic structure with the well-regarded Cooper hatchback, and offers a strong set of standard safety features.

The very similar MINI Cooper hatchback scores well in crash testing, earning top marks of "good" from the IIHS and five-star rollover ratings from the NHTSA.


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