If you think the global launching of the VW Up! At the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show last month is the last for the German group, definitely you are wrong. In fact, the firm now continues with its small city car, the Mii.
After the last extinction of the Arosa mini in some couples years ago, the new Mii is now become the Spanish firm’s first offering in the line up.
Just like the Skoda Citigo, the Seat Mii appears bring just a little alteration compared to the VW Up!. Some noticeable changes only can be found on its front end design, alloy wheel styling, tail lamp graphics and the trim colors and features inside the car.
The Seat Mii which measures at only 854 kg with 3.56 m in length will take the benefits from using the VW Group’s new 1.0 liter petrol engines, producing a range of 60 hp and 75 hp of power.
The 60 hp version is able to reach its top speed of 160 km/ h, while delivering a fuel economy at combined cycle of 4.5 liter/ 100 km or 52.3 mpg US or 62.8 mpg UK.
On the other side, a top speed of 170 km/ h is achieved by the 75 hp model which also needs 4.7 liter/ 100 km combined or 50 mpg for US and 60.1 mpg for UK model.
An Ecomotive variant will also be equipped in the vehicle, along with a Start/Stop system which enables the vehicle to deliver a CO2 emission of only 97 g/ km and 86 g/ km for the gasoline. It means that the Mii is one of the most environmentally- friendly vehicles among others.
In November this year, the company will launch the Mii for the first time in the form of three- door model in Spain and the five- door model will be launched later before the end of 2012. While in spring next year, the Mii is expected to have arrived on sale.
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