Seat has revealed a five door-option for its popular Mii city car ahead of its debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month.
The new five-door Mii offers greater practicality with a boot capacity of 251 litres and a maximum storage capacity of 951-litres with the seats down. The space is also complimented by high-quality interior features that include satellite navigation and a five-inch removable touch screen.
As well as offering conveniently-sized storage space, the size of the Mii itself makes city and urban driving easier, especially when squeezing into small parking spaces.
The five-door Mii offers the same 1.0-litre petrol engine as the three-door Mii, with the same 69hp and 74hp outputs. However, the 69hp derivative for the five-door offers emissions as low as 96g/km, thanks to the addition of stop & start and brake energy recovery technology.
Dr Matthias Rabe, Seat Vice-President for Research and Development, said: “The five-door is the perfect expansion to our Mii line-up. Just as sporty, just as dynamic, but with a considerable increase in usability. When it comes to urban mobility, the Mii fulfils all demands.”
Alongside its frugal engine and convenient size the five-door offers safety features that come in handy in the city. These include the ‘City Safety Assist’, which is a system that applies the brakes if it detects the danger of a collision.
Full pricing and specification details for the new five-door Seat Mii will be announced around the time of its Geneva debut.
Seat vehicles are available from Perry’s Aylesbury dealership.