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If you are after electric motoring in a comparatively affordable, bitesize package, the Seat Mii Electric has plenty going for it. The main draw is its price, and while its electric range may not be as long as some other electric cars can manage, it should still be plenty for many potential buyers. Just bear in mind that, if your budget can be stretched a little, some rivals are more practical inside and will go farther on a full charge.get the best price
The trimSee full equipment
This is the only trim level and comes with 16in alloy wheels, air conditioning, cruise control, automatic wipers and heated seats as standard. Hopefully, you won’t want to add much else – there’s very little on the options list.
The engineSee full engine specs
The Mii Electric's motor delivers 82bhp and 156lb ft of torque. While that might not sound particularly mighty, it'll still embarrass most cars off the line at the traffic lights, although acceleration tails off on faster roads
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