The standard and optional features list on the 2009 MINI Cooper Clubman lineup will be familiar to anyone who's tricked out a vehicle on the MINI Web site. Much like the base Cooper lineup, the 2009 MINI Cooper Clubman puts a very strong emphasis on customization and offers a near-limitless variety of personalization options.
The three trims of the MINI Cooper Clubman feature largely the same set of standard amenities. MyRide.com reports that "standard equipment on the base Clubman includes leatherette upholstery, air conditioning, interior air filter...trip computer [and] AM/FM/CD stereo with auxiliary input jack." Cars.com adds that "power windows and locks," as well as "keyless entry with push-button start" are all standard, along with the "faux leather upholstery." The MINI Cooper S Clubman and Cooper John Cooper Works Clubman models don't add much other than their specific performance enhancements and unique standard wheels.
The options list for the 2009 MINI Cooper Clubman is lengthy, but beware the quick price escalations that TheCarConnection.com noticed once you check more than a few of the options boxes. Edmunds reports that the MINI Cooper Clubman "offers a broad range of packages and options" and notes that "even the various color schemes can be mixed and matched" for a truly personalized flavor for your MINI Clubman. Cars.com lists some of the optional features, such as "heated front seats, a panoramic moonroof, a navigation system and a litany of cosmetic accessories." On the tech front, Kelley Blue Book highlights the availability of such niceties as "HD Radio, a Bluetooth cell phone link...xenon headlights [and] SIRIUS Satellite Radio." The Bluetooth option includes a USB port for hooking up with mobile devices like the iPhone or other cell phones and media players, making the 2009 MINI Cooper Clubman one of the more technologically advanced compact cars available.