2012 Seat Mii on its way

The Mii is Seat’s new city car based on the Volkswagen Up! and the Skoda Citigo, its two sister cars from the Volkswagen Group.

However, the Seat Mii will represent the cheapest small car out of the three and include some typical Seat styling touches. It will also be the smallest car in the Seat range, sitting below the Seat Ibiza supermini in the line up.

First of all the Mii is a very small car which makes it ideal for squeezing down tight roads and into tight parking spaces. These parking perks are also aided by its Rear Parking Sensor, which gives assistance when backing up.

It is also very stylish with an array of high quality customisation options, including leather, chrome detailing and graphics. This helps make your Seat Mii personal to you.

Interior technology includes a Seat Portable System. This system is a multimedia, multipurpose touch screen that combines navigation, on-board information, entertainment, hands-free connectivity and more.

Other interior luxuries include electric heated doors and mirrors as well as air conditioning, which can prove very useful in the city.

The Seat is capable of providing assistance when stuck in traffic with its City Safety Assist system. This keeps a look out for cars on the road and can apply the brakes if there are any possible collision dangers. ABS driver and passenger airbags are also offered in terms of safety.

CO2 emissions for the Mii are expected to be below 100g/km, therefore eliminating road tax fees and making it cheaper for customers.

The Seat Mii is on sale in early 2012. Seat vehicles are available from Perry’s Aylesbury dealership.