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The SEAT Mii is a compact city car first launched in 2011. It is a rebadged version of the Volkswagen Up!, bearing many similarities in its interior features and outer styling. It also uses the same engine. It was also released with new front and rear fascias and badging so retains plenty of its own appeal too.

The SEAT Mii is available in both three- and five-door format and excels in providing great practicality to city drivers. There’s plenty of boot space as well as a decent level of comfort across all five seats, even for adults. Boasting attractive styling and efficient engines, the Mii holds substantial all-round appeal.

Practical, efficient and capable, the Mii is a rival for similar models like the Volkswagen Up!, Škoda Citigo, Toyota Aygo and TCitroën C1.


SEAT Mii updates and facelifts

Along with the Volkswagen Up! and the Škoda Citigo, the SEAT Mii first entered production at Volkswagen’s plant in Bratislava. Between its launch date and its eventual discontinuation in 2021, the SEAT Mii didn’t receive a facelift.

Midway through the SEAT Mii’s lifecycle, the SEAT Mii Electric was released. Its battery powers this model to a full 162 miles (WLTP)* between charges, making it a great option if you’re looking for a green car for journeys around town. Like the SEAT Mii, the electric version was discontinued in 2021.


Practicality and style of the car

The SEAT Mii’s boxy design offersplenty of practicality. With a length of 3,557mm, it is 91mm longer than the Citroën C1 and 92mm longer than the Toyota Aygo, helping it offer excellent boot and leg space for a model in this vehicle class.

With all rear seats up, there are 251 litres of boot space in the SEAT Mii. This can be expanded to 951 litres, which is more than most of the SEAT Mii’s competitors. It is 401 litres larger than the Fiat 500’s 550 litres of space and the Citroën C1’s 780 litres.


Running costs

A significant part of the SEAT Mii’s appeal is its reasonable running costs. Its insurance group ranges from 1 to 4, which is similar to its competitors. It also qualifies for an annual road tax of up to £180 which is to be expected from compact city cars.

The SEAT Mii Electric does not pay any road tax.


How a used SEAT Mii drives

The SEAT Mii comes with the same petrol engine that is shared with the Volkswagen Up! and Škoda Citigo. This is a 1.0-litre, three-cylinder engine which can be configured to produce either 59bhp or 73bhp. Both options are paired to a five-speed manual gearbox.

The 59bhp engine goes from 0-62mph in 14.4 seconds, while returning between 62.8 and 65.7mpg. It generates 95Nm of torque and has a top speed of 100mph.

The 74bhp engine accelerates from 0-62mph in 13.2 seconds. It returns 60.1-65.7mpg and has a top speed of 106mph.

Both engines are available with front-wheel drive and generate very little sound. So, while you’re navigating tight city centre roads, you can expect a good combination of performance, efficiency and quiet engines.


Engines and official MPG

Please refer to the table below for a comprehensive list of engines and their official MPG figures.


2012 - 2019

Engine Official NEDC MPG
1.0 60 62.8–65.7 mpg
1.0 75 60.1–65.7 mpg
1.0 75 Automatic 62.8 mpg
1.0 Ecomotive 68.9 mpg

Features you can expect in a SEAT Mii

Interior

With great cabin space on offer, there’s no shortage of comfort in the SEAT Mii’s interior. Children have plenty of comfort sitting across the rear three seats, while in the front two seats, it’s easy to stay comfortable over long journeys, even for tall adults.

Sharing many features with the Volkswagen Up!, the SEAT Mii’s interior is hard-wearing, practical and aesthetically appealing. There’s a good balance of quality materials, including cloth, fabric and synthetic leather across the upholstery, steering wheel and dashboard. And thanks to contrast precision stitching, these materials are woven together with excellent craft. There’s also plenty of colour contrasting across each surface, making it an attractive cabin.

In the driving seat, you have excellent visibility and supportive fabric seats that help you stay comfortable on long distances. You will also find a small cluster of plastic buttons on your steering wheel, as well as soft-touch plastic buttons and switches on the centre console.

On the centre console, you will find the Mii’s infotainment system. On entry-level trims, this is a DAB radio and six-speaker sound system. It comes with a CD player and Bluetooth connectivity. In mid-level trims and above, the Mii comes with a five-inch infotainment screen. By downloading the SEAT Mii app, you can mirror your smartphone and display TomTom sat nav on this screen for easier navigation.

You will also find a small, horizontal digital instrument display that shows your remaining fuel level and MPG. This display also lets you know if any seatbelts haven’t been fastened properly.

You’ll also find plenty of well-sized and handy storage slots for keeping items stowed. There is a large glovebox that has more than enough room for handheld accessories like sunglasses. And there are four well-sized door bins that can hold rubbish or small toys. There’s also a handy slot on the centre console that can store your smartphone.


Technology

To help keep you safe on the road, you’ll find a city safety assist system that automatically applies the brakes at low speeds when it detects a collision is imminent. You’ll also find rear parking cameras, which are handy when backing into tight city centre spots. The Mii also comes with a lane assist system, which helps to ensure safer motorway driving by helping you stay in lane.


Safety

When tested in 2011, the SEAT Mii was awarded Euro NCAP’s full five-star safety rating. It also received an adult safety score of 81% and a child safety score of 83%. Among its range of safety features, you will find front and side airbags, a seatbelt reminder and two ISOFIX points on the rear outer seats that make it easy to fit child safety seats.


Trims available on a SEAT Mii

SEAT Mii SE

The entry-level SE trim comes with 14-inch steel wheels, daytime Halogen running lights, body-coloured bumpers, handles and mirrors, and a height-adjustable steering wheel. There is also an MP3-compatible CD player along with a six-speaker sound system, USB port and 12v socket all in the centre console. For safety, you will find airbags, a seatbelt reminder and tyre pressure monitoring.


SEAT Mii Style

The Style trim comes with quarter-opening rear windows, an on-board computer, a power lock with a foldable key and special edition Suni fabric upholstery.


SEAT Mii Design

This trim comes with 14-inch alloy wheels and a black or white colour pack. You’ll also find dark tinted windows, a colour screen radio with Bluetooth connectivity, and smartphone integration linked through the SEAT Mii app. It also features a leather steering wheel and gear knob, a gloss white dashboard panel and front electric windows.


SEAT Mii Chic

The Chic trim comes with 15-inch alloy wheels and a chrome-detailed instrument cluster. There is also a five-inch infotainment touchscreen, power windows, an all-black themed interior and a six-speaker Beats audio sound system.


SEAT Mii FR-Line

The high-end FR-Line comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, Atom Grey door mirrors and black exterior door graphics with signature FR-Line styling. This trim also comes with a five-inch colour touchscreen on the centre console.


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Frequently asked questions

Q. How much does a used SEAT Mii cost?

A. We have 7 used SEAT Mii cars in stock ranging from £5498 to £10,998.

Q. How many MPG does the SEAT Mii get?

A. The SEAT Mii MPG varies from 60 mpg to 64 mpg.

Q. How much is car tax for a used SEAT Mii?

A. The SEAT Mii car tax ranges from free to £190 per year for the models in stock.

Q. What is the average mileage on a used SEAT Mii?

A. The average mileage on a used SEAT Mii in stock is 39948 miles.

Q. Which transmission options are available with the SEAT Mii?

A. Currently in stock, the SEAT Mii is available in Automatic, Manual.

Q. What different fuel types are available for the SEAT Mii?

A. Of the SEAT Mii used cars in stock, they are available in the following fuel types: Electric, Petrol.

Q. What are the most popular engine sizes in the SEAT Mii?

A. The most popular engine sizes in the SEAT Mii we have in stock are 1.0 litre, .

Q. What are the most popular colours in the SEAT Mii range?

A. The SEAT Mii is available in various colours. The most popular we have in stock are Red, Black, Purple

Q. Is the SEAT Mii a good car?

A. Car & Driving rate the SEAT Mii 3.68 stars (out of 5).

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Monthly Payment £176.86
Deposit £249
Term (Months) 60
Cash Price £8498
Credit Amount £8249
Completion Fee £1
Total Amount Payable £10,861
Fixed Interest Rate 5.7%
Representative APR 10.9%
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* MPG figures are obtained in laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. Please be aware they’re not intended to represent real world efficiency.