Jan 8, 2012

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2011 Yellow Car Seat Mii Review, Mii 2013 HD Video And Spesification

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Yellow Car Seat Mii Review, Mii 2013 HD Video And Spesification. The rear end shows a new form of light design with triangular lamp units. The perfect proportions are a key element and comprise a width of 1.64 metres, a long wheelbase of 2.42 metres and exceptionally short overhangs front and rear. The steep rear end facilitates the Mii’s excellent spaciousness – optimal functionality is particularly important in the super-compact segment.
The new SEAT Mii will be offered with all-new 1.0-litre petrol engines of 60 PS and 75 PS outputs. Top speeds stand at 99 mph (160 km/h) and 106 mph (171 km/h) respectively, while fuel consumption on the combined cycle is measured at 4.5 and 4.7 litres per 100 kilometres.
There are two Ecomotive versions of the Mii. Thanks to a start/stop system, brake energy recuperation and further consumption-lowering initiatives, they make do with just 4.2 litres of fuel per 100 km, which equates to a CO2 figure of just 97 g/km.
In Continental Europe the little SEAT will also be offered with CNG engineering.



Seat Mii Dasboard 480x640


Seat Mii Front Angle 480x640

Seat Mii Front Wheel 480x640

Seat Mii Head Lights 480x640

Seat Mii Rear Side 480x640

Seat Mii Rear Angle 800x640

Seat Mii Side 480x640


At a length of 3.55 metres, the SEAT Mii is perfect size for modern-day urban use. The Mii comes to market at the end of 2011 as a three-door; the five-door version follows in 2012.

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Seat Mii Review
  • Tested : 1.0, three-cylinder petrol engine; five-speed manual gearbox, front-wheel drive
  • Price/on sale : From about £7,500/spring 2012
  • Power/torque : 59bhp @ 5,500rpm, 70lb ft @ 3,000rpm
  • Top speed : 99mph
  • Acceleration : 0-62mph in 14.4sec
  • Fuel economy : 62.8mpg (Combined)
  • CO2 emissions : 105g/km
  • VED band : B (£0 for first year, £20 thereafter)
  • Verdict : As with the Up, this is a very likeable little car, albeit not quite the revolution we'd been promised. Let's just hope they market it properly.
  • Telegraph verdict: Four out of five stars