Boot space is generous; in fact, the Mii has one of the biggest boots in the city car class. Unfortunately, there’s no option to add a height-adjustable boot floor, allowing you to keep fragile items safely stowed away below a solid removable floor. That’s a curious omission since this feature is available on the Mii’s sister car, the VW Up.
Annoyingly, the parcel shelf isn’t attached to the tailgate, either, so it has to be raised and lowered manually.
There’s no wheelarch intrusion, so the boot floor is a nice square shape, although there is a bit of a drop from the boot lip to it. There’s also a large step in the floor when the rear seats are folded down, although there is more space than in some cars from the class above.
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