Used Seat Mii 2012-Present

Used Seat Mii 2012-present review

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What alternatives should I consider to a used Seat Mii hatchback?

The Hyundai i10 would be the city car to go for if you need more interior space, as this is one of the roomiest in its class. However, it isn’t as much fun to drive and it doesn’t have a five-star NCAP safety rating.

At the other end of the scale is the bargain-priced Suzuki Celerio, which manages to be more practical than the Mii because it comes with three seatbelts in the rear, rather than the Mii’s two. The Celerio’s interior isn’t quite as nice, though, and again, its safety rating isn’t as good.

The major problem for the Seat Mii comes from its stablemates rather than its rivals. If you want the best value, then the Skoda Citigo is essentially the same car with a different badge. You can find more of them for sale, for a start, and can often get a top-spec Elegance Citigo for similar money to a mid-range Mii.

What alternatives should I consider to a used Seat Mii hatchback?

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The Seat Mii is a stylish city car that is fun to drive, feels solid inside and can fit into the tightest of parking spaces

  • Comfortable ride and fun to drive
  • Economical three-cylinder engine
  • Safety equipment
  • A bit slow
  • Only seats four people
  • Optional automatic gearbox is slow and jerky