The five-door version of the Seat Mii has been revealed

The five-door version of the Seat Mii has been revealed, following hot on the heels of the five-door Up, Volkswagen’s take on the VW group’s diminutive city car.

The five-door Seat Mii has the same dimensions as the three-door variant, at 3560mm long and 1640mm wide with a 2420mm wheelbase.

See pictures of the five-door Seat Mii

The roof contour remains unchanged despite the addition of the extra set of doors, although the window line runs slightly lower than on the three-door car.

Like the five-door Up, the rear windows are of the ‘pop-out’ type. A panoramic sunroof is an option. Luggage space is also unchanged, with a capacity of 251 litres with the rear seats up and 951 litres with them folded down.

The Mii’s 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine is available in 59bhp or 74bhp specification, or as an ultra-frugal Ecomotive unit that features eco technology such as stop-start and brake energy recovery, and returns 67mpg, which equates to 96g/km of CO2.

Full details of the three- and five-door Mii’s UK model range, equipment and pricing will be announced at a later date.

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6 February 2012

"ultra-frugal Ecomotive unit that features eco technology such as stop-start and brake energy recovery, and returns 67mpg, which equates to 96g/km of CO2."

Have to admit it - VAG are getting to reach every level on every scale. Same day they blow you away with the Audi R8 and then this...wow When you think about it, dont the actually deserve to be numero uno in the automotive world?

Fal

6 February 2012

I can't see why you would have this over the others.

The VW looks the best and the Skoda will be the cheapest. I know that SEAT are supposed to be sporty but this just isn't.

6 February 2012

I wonder if we'll see a Mii Cupra with the same engine as the Up GT...

6 February 2012

[quote petrolheadinrussia]

...Have to admit it - VAG are getting to reach every level on every scale. Same day they blow you away with the Audi R8 and then this...wow When you think about it, dont the actually deserve to be numero uno in the automotive world?

[/quote]

A bit of a VAG fan, are we PHR? :)

6 February 2012

When I first heard the name of this car I wondered why they has chosen to name it after a user generated cartoon character on the Nintendo Wii.

Now I see the pictures of the car, I can see why.

6 February 2012

[quote Overdrive]A bit of a VAG fan[/quote]

Who's not a vag fan?

I'm sorry, crude and uncalled for. I'm willing to take my punishment.

6 February 2012

[quote The Colonel]

[quote Overdrive]A bit of a VAG fan[/quote]

Who's not a vag fan?

I'm sorry, crude and uncalled for. I'm willing to take my punishment.

[/quote]

Hahaha, crude indeed Colonel and your punishment is to get into a VAG......I'm referring to something like this Mii or the Up, of course. Take a test drive and report back as to your impressions....(and kindly refrain from using any connotations of Up and VAG). :)

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