Seat mii electric

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Is the SEAT Mii electric a good buy?

SEAT Mii electric (2020-2021) review The SEAT Mii electric delivers a handy amount of range for a small city car, and is great value thanks to its low price

What kind of battery does the SEAT Mii have?

The SEAT Mii is based on the design of a small petrol-engined car – along with its Volkswagen e-up! and Skoda Citigo siblings. The Mii makes use of a 36.8kWh battery good for 161 miles of range from a single charge. Power comes from an 82bhp electric motor turning the front wheels.

What is the range of the new SEAT Mii?

The Mii makes use of a 36.8kWh battery good for 161 miles of range from a single charge. Power comes from an 82bhp electric motor turning the front wheels. As of June 2021, the Mii is available from SEAT dealers on a stock only basis, with production coming to a close at the end of the year.

What does the Mitsubishi Mii electric look like?

Not only is the Mii Electric, well, electric, but it has also had a mini makeover, receiving 16in alloy wheels and illuminated badging on the back and sides. Inside, it sports a redesigned dashboard, heated, performance-inspired seats and a leather steering wheel, handbrake and gear selector.

Is the SEAT Mii electric the cheapest electric car you can buy?

The SEAT Mii Electric is the Spanish firm’s first all-electric model, and it’s one of the most affordable new electric cars you can buy. This diminutive hatchback is an alternative to the likes of the Nissan Leaf, but its smaller size means it’s even more suited to nipping through rush hour traffic and sneaking into super-tight parking spaces.

Is the SEAT Mii electric a good alternative to the Nissan Leaf?

This diminutive hatchback is an alternative to the likes of the Nissan Leaf, but its smaller size means it’s even more suited to nipping through rush hour traffic and sneaking into super-tight parking spaces. In these respects, the SEAT Mii Electric is quite similar to the Renault Zoe; although it can’t quite match the Renault’s sci-fi styling.

Is the Mitsubishi Mii electric worth buying?

What’s particularly good about the Mii Electric, however, is just how ordinary it feels. Not in the sense that it’s boring – it’s actually quite fun to drive – but rather in the way that it presents itself as just another car, rather than making a special effort to be an electric one.

What is the safety rating of the Mii electric?

The Mii Electric was awarded a disappointing three-star safety rating when it was tested by Euro NCAP in 2019. Scores of 81% and 83% for adult and child occupant protection are adequate for a city car, but 46% for vulnerable road user protection and 55% for safety assist technologies are poor results.

What is the SEAT Mii electric?

The Mii electric is the latest part of SEAT’s electric story. In 1992 SEAT produced an all-electric Toledo to accompany athletes on the route of the marathon event during the Barcelona summer Olympic games. The vehicle boasted a range of 64km from its 500kg battery pack which could be recharged using a 2kW AC power supply.

How fast does the SEAT Mii go from standstill?

SEAT Mii electric engine The Mii electric’s motor, linked to a single speed transmission, provides its 61kW (83PS) of power and 212Nm of torque instantly, meaning the five-door car can reach 50km/h from a standstill in only 3.9 seconds – this electric engine perfect for jumping in and out of traffic.

How does the Miis range compare to other electric superminis?

Put simply, the Mii doesnt trouble electric superminis like the Renault ZOE and Peugeot e-208 on the range front – but its not really designed to. Whereas the ZOE with its 245-mile range is designed for use approaching that of a small family car, the SEAT uses a smaller, lighter battery thats optimised for an urban runabout.

Is the SEAT Mii a good value car?

The Mii takes Seat back to the happy hunting ground of city cars in which it previously fared well with the Arosa. Seat UK sold 19,500 of that car between 1997 and 2005, and reckons its latest value offering will fare equally well.

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