SEAT's city car has received a specification and range overhaul designed to boost value and help buyers
Choosing the right SEAT Mii just got a bit simpler. Buyers now pick from three trim levels, three option packs and one 5-door bodystyle.
The three trim levels are named Style, Chic and FR Line while the three option packs run to Easy Flex, the Winter Pack, and the Sensoric Pack.
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SEAT says that the Mii line-up’s newfound simplicity doesn’t mean that the car’s style has been compromised and equipment levels have also taken a turn for the better. Even the basic Style trim gives you the “You&Mii colour connection” infotainment system consisting of Bluetooth, USB, SD Card and smartphone integration. The DriveMii App and air conditioning are included, too.
SEAT Mii Chic upgrades to 15” alloy wheels plus a leather steering wheel and gear knob, chrome sidebars, and “atom grey” external mirrors. Those choosing the third ‘sporty’ option, the Mii FR Line, will get you 16” alloy wheels, dark tinted windows and sports suspension.
Both the Mii FR Line the Chic trims benefit from a BeatsAudio sound system with an impressive 300W amplifier and boot-mounted subwoofer. There’s also an elegant all-black interior. For those who want more personalisation, both the Mii Chic and FR Line have further interior trim and alloy wheel options available.
The SEAT Mii’s options list has been simplified into three packs. Easy Flex gives you a double boot floor, seat adjustment and a hook in the glove box (Mii Chic and FR Line trims get this pack as standard). Winter Pack cars add heated seats, electric and heated exterior mirrors, while the Sensoric Pack brings cruise control, rear parking, rain and light sensors as well as LED daytime running lights.
Start&Stop is standard right across a Mii range that includes 59bhp and 74bhp versions of the 1.0 litre, three-cyclinder petrol unit linked to a five-speed manual gearbox.
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