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Like the Skoda Citigo, it’s a VW Up with a different badge and a slightly cheaper price. Pick from three doors or five, and two power levels for the 1.0-litre triple-cylinder petrol engine. For more information on the Seat Mii, click on our further stories on the links below.
60sec road test
All the best bits of the VW Up are here: a thoughtfully designed interior, neat handling and genuine refinement. You’ll either love or hate the raspy three-cylinder engine note but the cushy ride is beyond reproach, even on bigger 15-inch wheels. Pricing is on a par with the Skoda Citigo, so you may as well shop around to see which manufacturer has the best deals on. Well worth a look.
The one we’d buy
Might as well go for the more powerful 75bhp one, given the choice
The one we’d avoid like the plague
No real dodgy characters in the range
Rivals to consider
Hyundai i10, Citroen C1, Peugeot 108, Renault Twingo, Skoda Citigo, Toyota Aygo, VW Up
Cheaper than the Volkswagen…
…but will be worth a bit less come resale time