SEAT Mii UK Price

Spanish car maker released pricing details of its own version of the VW up!, the SEAT Mii.

The little Mii is being made available to order in the UK, with prices starting at only £7,845 RRP on the road for the entry-level S 3dr. There’s three more trim levels with added features which add a few hundred quids to that price.The Mii is regarded as the best looking version of the up! in comparison to the VW model and the one from Skoda.

Engine-wise, 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.  Petrol engines account for more than 98% of city car sales so, naturally, this will be the only fuel-type available on the Mii at launch. It will be available in combination with a five-speed automated manual; simple and lighter than a DSG system.


Trims and specs:

As with most other SEAT models the Mii kicks off with S and S A/C derivatives.  Some buyers in this class will be looking for a simple, functional runabout at the keenest possible price so, for them, the Mii S is the perfect choice.  Visually the car is identified by black plastic door handles and mirrors, and the 14-inch steel wheels come without covers – adding some real retro charm.

Inside, there is still an 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.

Move up to the S A/C and, unsurprisingly, we see the addition of air conditioning as standard.  Both this, and the S are available with the 1.0 60 PS powerplant.

It’s only right and proper that such a light, nimble little city car has a truly ‘green’ version and that’s where the Mii Ecomotive comes in. Thanks to that light weight and its efficient new engines, fuel consumption and CO2 emission figures are very strong on all versions of the Mii.  However the Mii Ecomotive takes that already keen environmental responsibility and builds on it still further.

The Mii Ecomotive also uses the 1.0 60 PS manual powerplant, but with a start/stop system and energy recovery.  Its modest emissions CO2 of just 96 g/km make it not only Road Tax- but also London Congestion Charge-exempt, while the combined consumption figure of 67.3 mpg gives the little SEAT a generous range between fill-ups of its 35-litre fuel tank.

Yet despite this economy, the Mii Ecomotive is no miser in the equipment stakes.  Over and above the S A/C it adds electric front windows, body-coloured exterior plastics and wheel covers, along with remote central locking and more flexible seating.

Sitting just above the Ecomotive model in the range is the more luxurious SE.  This trim level brings style-conscious items both inside and out; 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.

Of course being a SEAT, the Mii launches with a fitting flagship in the shape of the 1.0-litre 75 PS Sport version.  On top of the SE’s generous tally of standard-fit kit it gains front fog lights, dark tinted windows and larger 15-inch alloy wheels.  Inside there’s a gloss grey dash panel, trim highlights and a darker upholstery design.  Like the Ecomotive, the Sport runs on lower suspension settings for increased aerodynamic performance and even crisper handling.

ull 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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