Seat Mii 2012

This generation of Seat Mii is being produced from January, 2012. We can provide information about 4 modifications of this generation. The car is available only with front wheel drive.

This Seat is available with two petrol engines with displacement 1.0 litres and power of from 60 to 75 horsepower.
The car is available with both manual (2 versions), as well as automatic (2 versions) gearbox.

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Seat Mii 2012 average fuel consumption in combined cycle is from 4.1 to 4.5 litres per 100km. The most fuel efficient Seat Mii 2012 version is Seat Mii 1.0, consuming 4.1 litres of petrol per 100km.
According to user reviews, Seat Mii real-world fuel consumption is on average about approximately for 25 percents higher as the manufacturer's claimed fuel economy. For a more detailed actual fuel economy of each model, select a specific Seat Mii modification.

Seat Mii 2012 CO2 emissions are from 96 to 105 grams per kilometer. Seat Mii version with the lowest CO2 emissions is Seat Mii 1.0, which produces 96 grams of CO2 per one kilometer.

The best acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h - 13.2 seconds has Seat Mii 1.0 version, conversely the tardiest one is Seat Mii 1.0 reaching this speed only in 15.3 seconds. The maximum top speed is 172 km/h for the 1.0 petrol 75 hp version (Seat Mii 1.0).

Lenght of Seat Mii is 356 cm, it is very small car. Seat Mii gross weight is 1290 kg, which is approximately the same as the average for cars of this age and class. Seat Mii trunk space is 251 litres.

Below you will find more detailed information about Seat Mii prices and costs.

Seat Mii modifications

Modification Engine Power Consumption Gearbox
Seat Mii 2012 1.0

Most fuel efficient version

1.0 Petrol 60 HP 4.1 l/100km Manual (5)
Seat Mii 2012 1.0

Most fuel efficient version by real consumption

1.0 Petrol 60 HP 4.4 l/100km Automatic (5)
Seat Mii 2012 1.0

Most dynamic version - 100 km/h in 13.2 seconds

1.0 Petrol 75 HP 4.2 l/100km Manual (5)
Seat Mii 2012 1.0

Most powerfull version (75 HP)

1.0 Petrol 75 HP 4.5 l/100km Automatic (5)

Seat Mii safety

During safety testing Seat Mii has obtained 3 stars from five, which means average safety level.
Adults (driver and passenger) safety of Seat Mii is evaluated with very good rate 81 from 100, children safety: very good mark - 83 from 100, for pedestrian protection Seat Mii got 46 points from 100.
Seat Mii safety equipment has been rated as average - 55 percents from 100.

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Seat Mii reliability and quality

According to yearly reports of vehicle inspection service Seat Mii reliability is average. In the roadworthiness tests in 2022 defects were detected in an average of 9.9 percent of Seat Mii of this generation (on average 4 years old at the time of inspection). The average failure rate for a vehicles of the same age was 10.8%.

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