Seat Mii electric

Seat Mii Electric Review 2021 | What Car?

Read the definitive Seat Mii Electric 2021 review from the expert What Car? team. Check specs, prices, performance and compare with similar cars.

SEAT Mii Electric Review | Electrifying

The Mii shares more than 90 per cent of its components with the VW and is built in the same factory in Slovakia. While the Mii is the first SEAT model to go fully electric, it’s descended from the first-generation e-Up!, which first appeared in the UK in 2014.

SEAT Mii electric (2020-2021) review | DrivingElectric

Electric. 160 miles. 4hrs (0-80%, 7.2kW) 1hr (0-80%, 40kW) 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.

Seat Mii Electric Review 2021 | Top Gear

An already very good city car made better by the addition of a battery and electric motor. Identical to the Up and Citigo in all but badge, the Mii is a fine piece of engineering. Good range ...

Seat Mii Electric Review (2021) | Autocar

The new Mii Electric is Seat's first step into electrification before its bespoke EV, the el-Born, arrives next year. Of course, the Mii is a familiar car: the petrol-engined model went on sale in ...

Seat Mii Electric review: Best budget electric car ...

Seat Mii Electric price & competition. At the time of writing, the Mii Electric costs £19,800 (including the Plug-in Car Grant), which makes it £755 cheaper than its e-up! sibling, and indeed, is the least expensive the Group has to offer; those aware of Volkswagen’s other subsidiary, Skoda, will know that the Citigo-e iV previously held ...

SEAT Mii Electric Performance Review - Fully Charged Show

The SEAT Mii Electric has a 36.8kWh 60Ah lithium-ion battery and an electric motor with a power output of 61kW (83PS), with front-wheel drive. The Mii Electric may be a small four-seat city car but it’s surprisingly spacious inside, with four doors, which makes it practical, plus a hatchback, giving access to a boot that, at 251 litres, is ...

Seat Mii Electric (2021) review: My First EV | CAR Magazine

Seat Mii Electric (2021) review: My First EV. Published:09 August 2021. At a glance. Handling 3 out of 5. Performance 4 out of 5. Usability 4 out of 5. Feelgood factor 5 out of 5. CAR's Rating 4 ...

Review: SEAT Mii Electric (2020) | Honest John

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 31mph from a standstill in only 3.9 seconds. The car’s 36.8kWh lithium-ion battery pack provides up to 161 miles (WLTP) of range from a single charge, based on the WLTP test cycle.

Seat Mii 2012-2019 Review (2021) | Autocar

The Seat Mii is the Spanish brand's take on the Volkswagen Up city car and shares its thrummy 1.0-litre, three-cylinder engine Seat Mii 2012-2019 Review (2021) | Autocar Car Reviews

SEAT Mii electric: long-term test review | Auto Express

Mileage: 825. Economy: 4.9 miles/kWh. When I received the keys to my SEAT Mii electric, I felt a mix of enthusiasm and trepidation. I was happy to embrace the idea of electric driving, but given ...

2020 Seat Mii Electric review -

IT SEEMS Seat has taken to heart the phrase “big things have small beginnings” with its electrification strategy. While the Catalan contingent of the Volkswagen Group has pure-electric hatchbacks and plenty of plug-in hybrids on the way, the vehicle that will pave the way is the most petite of its current line-up: the Mii city car.

SEAT Mii Electric review | Car review | RAC Drive

The Mii Electric is SEAT's first full-electric car. Jonathan Crouch takes a look. Ten Second Review. SEAT has decided to dispense with all combustion-fuelled versions of its Mii city car and instead offer us just this battery-powered version. With a potential WLTP driving range of up to 160 miles, it makes a lot of sense.

Seat Mii Electric review | Next Green Car

Seat has made a huge change to its Mii line-up. It might look almost exactly the same as before but, as the saying goes, it’s what’s underneath that counts. And what’s underneath here is an electric powertrain. Seat has binned the petrol-powered Mii range, and replaced it with the Mii Electric. We test the pure-electric city car to see how it stacks up.

SEAT Mii Electric Review (2021) | Parkers

3.9 out of 5 3.9. Written by CJ Hubbard on 05 August 2021. The SEAT Mii was a great candidate for electrifying – small, cheap and perfectly suited to cities. So it seems odd that SEAT took the seemingly radical decision to ditch the petrol powered Mii late in 2019, and replace them with an electric motor, creating this car, the Mii Electric.

Seat Mii Electric review - Motoring Research

Seat Mii Electric review. The Seat Mii Electric is a zero-emissions city car. It's a likeable and relatively affordable way into the world of EV motoring. Petrol-powered versions of the Seat Mii ...

Seat Mii Electric review - Zap-Map

Seat Mii Electric review. Zap-Map verdict: “Priced well and with a very useful range, the Seat Mii Electric makes a great case for those regularly driving in or around town.”. OTR: £19,800. Category: City car. Tax: £0 VED – 0% BIK. Cost to charge: £5.90. Emissions: 0 g/km CO2.

SEAT Mii Electric Review 2021 | carwow

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 ...

In-Depth Review of SEAT Mii Electric By Autogefühl: Video

SEAT Mii electric specs: 36.8 kWh battery pack (32.3 kWh available) 250-259 km (155-161 miles) of WLTP range (combined) 0-50 km/h (31 mph) in 3.9 seconds. 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 12.3 seconds. top ...

Used Seat Mii Review - 2012-2019 | What Car?

The Mii, therefore, is the stylish one of the trio. The Mii also manages to be really good fun to drive, if a bit slow. That’s because it's available only with 59bhp or 74bhp 1.0-litre three ...

SEAT Mii Owner Reviews: MPG, Problems & Reliability 2020 ...

SEAT Mii owner reviews "The SEAT Mii electric shares much with the Volkswagen e-up! but offers buyers some extra style and better value" by Carbuyer team. 8 Jan 2020. 1. Verdict. 2.

SEAT Mii electric 2020 review | Carbuyer

The SEAT Mii electric is one of the first city cars to embrace the switchover to electric power, after being solely available with a 1.0-litre petrol engine for several years. The city car market ...