With VW’s almighty product development team behind it, the Mii was destined to be pretty good. It is, too.
You’ve probably already had this drilled into you by a long line of dealers, websites and Youtube videos, but we’ll repeat it once more for those of you who weren’t paying attention. The SEAT Mii, Volkswagen Up and Skoda Citigo are the same car – the only differences being minor exterior and interior detailing. They’re mechanically identical.
The Mii is a great alternative to the more expensive VW Up
The Mii is a competent little car, although, alongside the more premium Up And cheaper Citigo, the only reason to go for the Mii is its looks. The combination of German engineering and Spanish styling makes for an interestingly refreshing car that doesn’t let itself down in any particular area. Although there’s no killer blow delivered by the Mii to the competition in any specific area, there’s nothing seriously wrong about it to put potential buyers off either.
If you want more information on the Mii, read the interior, practicality, driving, specifications sections of our review over the following pages. And, if you want to see what kind of savings to expect on the Seat Mii, click through to our deals page.