Seat Mii City Car Created By Volkswagen

Seat has followed Skoda in the rush to create its own new version of a city car created by Volkswagen – the German giant which owns both companies.

The Mii is based on the new Volkswagen Up but is aimed at younger buyers, and come equipped with a 1.0 litre petrol offering up either 60bhp or 75bhp.

James Muir, president of SEAT, said:
“The new Mii is the perfect partner for everyday urban life. It is young and fresh, thought through to the very last detail and built to the finest quality.

”The Mii brings clear SEAT identity to the sub-compact segment and is set to win a significant share of the market.“
The Mii will revive SEAT’s presence in the city car market, which it last competed in at the turn of the century with the Arosa

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