Seat Mii free servicing now available for £136 a month on PCP scheme

Article by Anita Panait, on October 19, 2012

SEAT is offering free servicing for up to three years or 30,000 miles, whichever comes first, with every Mii sold with Solutions from SEAT Finance, a personal contract purchase (PCP) scheme that allows a consumer to buy the vehicle from as little as £136 per month, with no deposit. Interested buyers could also avail of a Mii Ecomotive, SE or Sport model, loaded with a SEAT Portable System worth £275, if purchased between now and December 31, 2012.

This is a big chance for consumers to buy a new Mii, tagged as one of the most versatile, most striking and most cost-effective city cars. SEAT is already providing one of the best value servicing packages in the industry through its ‘It’s Fixed’ package that gives customers great value fixed pricing across all models. For instance, a SEAT owner can have a minor service for just £129, and a major one for £249.

SEAT is also offering some selected models of the Ibiza supermini and Leon hatchback on VAT-free prices. SEAT is including the Ibiza powered by a 1.4-litre 85PS petrol engine in any three body styles, as well as Leon models in S Copa and SE Copa specification on the VAT-free deal.

Interested consumers could also avail of the Ibiza ST on two years 0% finance on hire purchase (HP), in contrast to the standard, but still appealing, 8.9% PCP rate. For example, an Ibiza SC 1.4 SE will have its price trimmed from £12,115 to £10,125 on the VAT-free deal.

This means that that a buyer covering 10,000 miles per year could has his own Ibiza SC 1.4 SE for just 41 monthly payments of just £192 on a PCP, with no deposit.

Facts be said, the new SEAT Mii is small enough to be accommodated in any parking area. However, since the packaging of the SEAT Mii allows it to optimally use interior space, it has enough room to seat four passengers. Aside from that, the new Mii boasts of having the largest cargo compartment in its class, thanks to its luggage volume of 251 liters. Once the rear seat is folded down, the cargo volume of the SEAT Mii surges to 951 liters. This level of spaciousness is thanks to the fact that the new Mii has dimensions of 3.55 meters in length, 1.64 meters in width and a long wheelbase of 2.42 meters. Moreover, this city car has short front and rear overhangs. The steep rear end of the new Mii is also one of the factors why it boasts of excellent spaciousness and optimal functionality.

While designed and developed as a city car, the new SEAT Mii isn’t just a vehicle which has capabilities that are limited to the city. It is also capable of being driven over longer distances, thanks to dynamics, comfort levels and spaciousness.

Matthias Rabe, SEAT Vice President for Research and Development, remarked that the new 3.55-meter long SEAT Mii combines innovative technologies and a well-balanced overall feel. He added that the new Mii is both sporty and efficient, thanks to its lightweight nature and its modern drivetrains.

Even at a glance, it is easy to tell that the Mii is a member of the SEAT family. On the front end, the new SEAT Mii dons the typical arrow visual, while on the sides, the city car features dynamic wheel arches as well as sleek roof pillars. On the rear, the new SEAT Mii comes with a new light design with its new triangular lamp units.

Topics: seat, city car, uk, price

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