Which used Seat Mii hatchback should I buy?
You only really need the more powerful 74bhp Seat Mii if you do plenty of motorway driving. Otherwise, you should find the 59bhp version perfectly adequate.
The Mii's automatic gearbox can be jerky, erratic and not as smooth as those of rivals such as the Hyundai i10. We'd therefore suggest you stick with a manual version.
If you're looking at an early Mii, go for an SE version, because it comes with a bit more kit without making you fork out too much money. Cars from 2016 onward are best bought in Design form, because the sports suspension fitted to FR-Line cars will be a bit too firm for some people at lower speeds.
Our favourite Seat Mii 1.0 MPI 60 Design
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