/SEAT Mii Priced at £7,845 In The UK

SEAT Mii Priced at £7,845 In The UK

SEAT Mii 1 at SEAT Mii Priced at £7,845 In The UK

If you want an incredibly small city which is also very clever, but not completely sold on VW up!, which means you are not sold on the Skoda Citigo – its Czech version, SEAT offers the Mii. It is basically the same vehicle as the up! but with some Spanish flavor. This one will set you back £7,845.

Being an up! underneath means the Mii is powered by a 1.0-litre, three cylinder, MPI (multi-point injection) petrol engine with an output of either 60 PS or 75 PS. The engine is light on fuel, which is how it manages CO2 emissions as low as 105 g/km. SEAT’s start/stop system and energy recovery drops emissions to just 96 g/km.

As for the equipments, the basic S comes with MP3-compatible CD player with AUX-in port, two speakers and preparation for the clever new SEAT Portable System.  Comfort and safety are not ignored either with speed-variable power steering, a height-adjustable steering wheel and a full complement of airbags. The S A/C trim adds air condition.

The Ecomotive trim further adds electric front windows, body-coloured exterior plastics and wheel covers, along with remote central locking and more flexible seating, and the high-end SE offers 14-inch alloy wheels are standard, along with a more premium-feeling leather steering wheel, electric and heated door mirrors and chic interior styling details including a gloss white dashboard panel.

Full pricing details for the new Mii 3dr at launch are as follows:

Model CO2 (g/km) VED
  Retail Price (P11d) RRP
S 1.0 12V 60 PS 105 B 1E 12% £7,790 £7,845
S A/C 1.0 12V 60 PS 105 B 1E 12% £8,290 £8,345
Ecomotive 1.0 12V 60 PS 96 A 1E 10% £9,125 £9,180
SE 1.0 12V 60 PS 105 B 1E 12% £9,220 £9,275
SE 1.0 12V 75 PS auto 105 B 2E 12% £10,335 £10,390
Sport 1.0 12V 75 PS 108 B 2E 12% £9,925 £9,980

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