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Unlike the three-door Clubman, the Crossover Concept has a full set of doors, two on each side, allowing easy access to the back seats.

The doors aren't the same on both sides, though. The back door on the driver's side is a van-like sliding door. That allows for easier loading of cargo from the side. On the passenger side, it's a regular car door that swings open.

At the back, there is a single side-opening tailgate door, unlike the barn-door style at the back of the Clubman.



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Last updated September 10 2008: 12:35 PM ET
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