The Spanish based automaker Seat has recently announced that the Mii has been launched in Germany, where the small urban vehicle has a starting price of just under 9,000 euros.
After being launched in the United Kingdom and in Italy earlier this month, the all-new Seat Mii is once again placed into the spotlights, this time with the car manufacturer announcing its arrival in Germany. According to the car manufacturer, the Seat Mii has a starting price of 8,890 euros in the European country which means that it’s 560 euros cheaper than the Skoda Citigo and significantly cheaper than the Volkswagen Up!, which has been priced at 9,850 euros.
The new Seat Mii will arrive in the German showrooms on the 12th of May and more details about its trim levels and equipment will be announced then. In the entry-level version, the Seat Mii is being offered, in Germany, with the three-cylinder engine, which is developing a total output of 60 horsepower, offering a fuel consumption of 4.5 liters every 100 km in an average cycle. The Emergency Braking System (EBS), which is radar assisted, and four airbags, will also be offered as standard on the Seat Mii in Germany. More details on the model will be announced on the 12th of May.