AutoExpress is adding its two quid to the Mini Clubman debate. AE pluralizes the coming model's half-sized rear door(s), which insiders have said will be in singular — that is, passenger side (US) only. (Of course, that could be a typo.) They also say the rear window is split down the middle, while the license plate will fall to the bumper. They also say the Mini will take the Traveller name, though we've already heard trademark issues will press the Clubman into service blowing our minds. Let all the children boogie.
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Are you sure they are adding two quid to the debate? I mean that's a whole lot more than the two cents two which we are accustomed. With the current exchange rate, two quid is about $3.73 (before the banks take they exchange fee). That seems a bit on the pricey side unless you think that a British opinion is that much more valuable than an American opinion.