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Used Seat Mii 2012-Present review

Used Seat Mii 2012-Present
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Which used Seat Mii hatchback should I buy?

You probably only need the more powerful 74bhp Seat Mii if you do plenty of motorway commuting and need the more urgent engine to get up to speed faster. If that’s not the case, you’ll probably find the 59bhp version perfectly adequate. SE Miis come with a bit more kit, and this makes them much more pleasant ownership prospects, without having to fork out too much money.

Most of the time, you’ll find some of the special-edition versions in stock, and we wouldn’t blame you for being tempted by them, especially the Toca version, which has rear parking sensors and a Garmin sat-nav system, and shouldn’t cost that much more than other used Mii SEs. Another popular edition is the Mii by Mango, which has rather nice part-leather, part-Alcantara seats and some interesting paint options.

Our favourite Seat Mii 59bhp SE

Used Seat Mii 2012-Present

Which used Seat Mii hatchback should I buy?

You probably only need the more powerful 74bhp Seat Mii if you do plenty of motorway commuting and need the more urgent engine to get up to speed faster. If that’s not the case, you’ll probably find the 59bhp version perfectly adequate. SE Miis come with a bit more kit, and this makes them much more pleasant ownership prospects, without having to fork out too much money.

Most of the time, you’ll find some of the special-edition versions in stock, and we wouldn’t blame you for being tempted by them, especially the Toca version, which has rear parking sensors and a Garmin sat-nav system, and shouldn’t cost that much more than other used Mii SEs. Another popular edition is the Mii by Mango, which has rather nice part-leather, part-Alcantara seats and some interesting paint options.

Our favourite Seat Mii 59bhp SE

Used Seat Mii 2012-Present
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