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SEAT Mii Hatchback review

2012 - 2019 (change model)
Parkers overall rating: 4 out of 54.0

At a glance

Price new £8,440 - £12,295
Used prices £1,691 - £9,304
Road tax cost £0 - £190
Insurance group 1 - 4
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Fuel economy 49.6 - 53.3 mpg
Range 470 - 524 miles
Miles per pound 7.3 - 7.8
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Pros & cons


Classy interior, well-built, low running costs, priced well


Bland design, steering too light at high speeds, not as engaging as rivals

Written by Simon McBride Published: 6 June 2019 Updated: 6 June 2019


Not since the days of the Arosa has SEAT been involved in the competitive city car market, but it should be a big name again in the sector with the Mii. The little hatch is a class act and is likely to cost less than the Skoda Citigo and the VW up! – the two cars that it shares a platform with. The engineers at SEAT are keen to tell everyone that this is Spanish design with German engineering.

The marketing folk have gone even further and called it ‘enjoyneering’ – a cliché too far perhaps, but don’t be surprised to see it splashed all over advertising hoardings. There’s no need for puns though, as the Mii is an excellent small car. It offers good levels of refinement, is perfect for driving in tight town situations and has a high quality interior.

Could it outdo the more prestigious up!? Read on to find out…