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Been looking at small run around for daughter & came across this liitle gem. Based on the same car as the VW UP & Skoda Citigo.

3251407.jpgFR spec so has beats audio, alloys, sports suspension, air con, dark tinted rear windows, sat nav infotainment system via drive Mii app, elec windows etc, 75bhp petrol engine & 3yrs warranty.

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New SEAT Mii 1.0 75PS FR Line 3dr
From £8,999 Cash Price. SAVING £3,266. *Includes 2 Free Services.

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  • Infotainment system inc sat nav with colour screen, SD card, bluetooth connectivity, smartphone integration, cradle and phone media + radio control
  • Driver Convenience
  • 3 Button folding key with remote window opening/closing function
  • Entertainment
  • USB port
  • Exterior Features
  • Black Mii logo door stickers
  • Exterior Features
  • Electric front windows
  • Exterior Features
  • Dark tinted rear windows
  • Exterior Features
  • Electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors
  • Exterior Features
  • Tinted windows
  • Interior Features
  • Air conditioning
  • Wheels
  • 16" Design alloy wheels
  • Trim
  • Chrome air vent surrounds
  • Trim
  • Gloss black dashboard
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I bought a new 107 8 years ago. We have no need for 2 cars so having a 'half' a car which costs £120 to insure and £20 to tax and use as a frugal town runabout is brilliant. I keep flirting with replacing it but when I do the numbers, there is no point.
sancheez23/06/2019 18:58

Essential?!?!?LOL!!!First world problems eh! Yeah. In the …Essential?!?!?LOL!!!First world problems eh! Yeah. In the 60's, 70's and most of the 80's everyone either cooked in their cars or smashed into things constantly cos of the fogged screen.It's a nice luxury. Nothing more.I survived two years in Australia in the 80's with my dad driving a Datsun with black vinyl seats and no air-con. OK, we had to leave towels over the seats and steering wheel if it was parked in the sun for any length of time, otherwise it burnt you. But nobody died ....


You sound like a 4 Yorkshiremen sketch.

"Car? CAR?! Back in 'day, we'd pop t' shop on back o' horse"
"Horse? We 'ad make do with a whippet. All 6 of us would climb on t' 'er back and make 'er drag us 400 yard t' Kwik save"
"We di''nt even 'ave a dog, 7 of us would sit on dead rat and wait for flood t' take us t' bins 15 mile away"

Etc etc.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 23rd Jun
Lots of unfair Sandero bashing in this thread. My girlfriend recently bought one new, I was unenthusiastic but it was her car, her decision etc but I was proven wrong.

She ended up with the mid spec for just under £8300 – 0.9 turbo engine, AC, DAB, (useless) StartStop etc and it’s a decent little car. It’s quiet, economical, huge boot and surprisingly fun to drive. If all you’re bothered about is aesthetics then it’s probably not the car for you but, practicality wise you can’t knock them.
Seat uk and Evans Halshaw now there's great customer service rolled into one.
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Most manufacturers are pulling out of the 3dr market now, they have probably put this spec together to get rid of the remaining bodyshells.
Looks a lovely little hatch! Id be chuffed to bits with it, is it only in red?
Decent spec. Rather this than a Sandero. Have some heat.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 23rd Jun
Just bought the five door for £8495. A slight change to spec. for this end of line model. No electric windows or front fog lights.
But a bit of a bargain for the money, same as the VW UP!
Seat going all electric now, hence the discounting of the end of line petrol variants.
Edited by: "tintowellfan" 23rd Jun
I bought a new 107 8 years ago. We have no need for 2 cars so having a 'half' a car which costs £120 to insure and £20 to tax and use as a frugal town runabout is brilliant. I keep flirting with replacing it but when I do the numbers, there is no point.
jaydeeuk123/06/2019 08:50

Decent spec. Rather this than a Sandero. Have some heat.


It depends, a family will definitely choose a sandero, getting much more space and keeping about 3 grand in the pocket. If you're alone, you can save even more, about £9000. A bike will do.
tintowellfan23/06/2019 09:02

Just bought the five door for £8495. A slight change to spec. for this end …Just bought the five door for £8495. A slight change to spec. for this end of line model. No electric windows or front fog lights.But a bit of a bargain for the money, same as the VW UP!Seat going all electric now, hence the discounting of the end of line petrol variants.


Where?
tintowellfan23/06/2019 09:02

Seat going all electric now, hence the discounting of the end of line …Seat going all electric now, hence the discounting of the end of line petrol variants.


Are you sure?
opaninkofi23/06/2019 09:06

Where?



Livingstone Seat in Uddingston. Should be on commission!
georgesvalch23/06/2019 09:04

It depends, a family will definitely choose a sandero, getting much more …It depends, a family will definitely choose a sandero, getting much more space and keeping about 3 grand in the pocket. If you're alone, you can save even more, about £9000. A bike will do.


You ony save 3k if you buy the very base spec dacia Sandero with literally 4 wheels & a front wiper ands that's about it spec wise.

Anything near this spec is similar money
Edited by: "ShaneDarch" 23rd Jun
ShaneDarch23/06/2019 09:11

You ony save 3k if you buy the very base spec dacia Sandero with literally …You ony save 3k if you buy the very base spec dacia Sandero with literally 4 wheels & a front wiper ands that's about it spec wise.Anything near this spec is similar money


You are right, but still, is like having to choose between a fridge and a bottle cooler.
m5rcc23/06/2019 09:14

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Neither am I... Not going to discontinue petrol just yet
georgesvalch23/06/2019 09:04

It depends, a family will definitely choose a sandero, getting much more …It depends, a family will definitely choose a sandero, getting much more space and keeping about 3 grand in the pocket. If you're alone, you can save even more, about £9000. A bike will do.


To have Aircon, which imo is as essential as a steering wheel and a see through windscreen, that makes the sandero £7800, and if you want allows and other similar spec items you have to have the £8800 version.
ezzer7223/06/2019 09:08

Are you sure?



Yes, pretty well known. Few dealers have advised me, but to check I did a quick Google search and found quite a number of articles on it. Think petrol production has now ended.
topgear.com/car…nly
tintowellfan23/06/2019 09:02

Just bought the five door for £8495. A slight change to spec. for this end …Just bought the five door for £8495. A slight change to spec. for this end of line model. No electric windows or front fog lights.But a bit of a bargain for the money, same as the VW UP!Seat going all electric now, hence the discounting of the end of line petrol variants.


Going all electric? Tell me more.....
tintowellfan23/06/2019 09:17

Yes, pretty well known. Few dealers have advised me, but to check I did a …Yes, pretty well known. Few dealers have advised me, but to check I did a quick Google search and found quite a number of articles on it. Think petrol production has now ended.https://www.topgear.com/car-news/electric/seat-mii-city-car-going-electric-only


So you actually mean the Mii is going all-electric, not SEAT the brand.
m5rcc23/06/2019 09:19

So you actually mean the Mii is going all-electric, not SEAT the brand.



Sorry, i did mean the Mii, but that is just the start, as all models are going electric. I am no expert, just going on what I have read.
jaydeeuk123/06/2019 09:16

To have Aircon, which imo is as essential as a steering wheel and a see …To have Aircon, which imo is as essential as a steering wheel and a see through windscreen, that makes the sandero £7800, and if you want allows and other similar spec items you have to have the £8800 version.


As I said previously, replying to Op, yes, about money you eventually getting there. But as a father of 2 children I'll go for Sandero with this cash. By the way I voted hot, Seat is a good car, and for under 10k it makes a great gift to impress a lady that doesn't like SUVs.
Best of the City Cars - comparison with Dacia is pointless.
Seat uk and Evans Halshaw now there's great customer service rolled into one.
Best to avoid Evans Halshaw, the experience I had caused a lot of stress and almost ended up in court. Very shifty dealership.
bisoner23/06/2019 09:02

I bought a new 107 8 years ago. We have no need for 2 cars so having a …I bought a new 107 8 years ago. We have no need for 2 cars so having a 'half' a car which costs £120 to insure and £20 to tax and use as a frugal town runabout is brilliant. I keep flirting with replacing it but when I do the numbers, there is no point.


£120 to insure? Wow- can i get insured too!
Nice little run around for young driver to start with. Decent spec apart from sports suspension its not needed on a 1.0L most sports suspension are too hard and the ride is bone shaking with our roads lol, heat added
jaydeeuk123/06/2019 09:16

To have Aircon, which imo is as essential as a steering wheel and a see …To have Aircon, which imo is as essential as a steering wheel and a see through windscreen, that makes the sandero £7800, and if you want allows and other similar spec items you have to have the £8800 version.


I can't say I view air conditioning as an essential. I can see why it might be useful for people who spend many hours stuck in traffic jams during hot weather, but for people who don't I can't see the point of it at all.
ezzer7223/06/2019 08:21

Most manufacturers are pulling out of the 3dr market now, they have …Most manufacturers are pulling out of the 3dr market now, they have probably put this spec together to get rid of the remaining bodyshells.


Why are they leaving the 3dr market? It saves weight, reduces co2 emissions, provides an alternative option for individuals that want a city car... (asking completely from curiosity).
georgesvalch23/06/2019 09:04

It depends, a family will definitely choose a sandero, getting much more …It depends, a family will definitely choose a sandero, getting much more space and keeping about 3 grand in the pocket. If you're alone, you can save even more, about £9000. A bike will do.


Where can I get this bike for - £1?
Treboruk23/06/2019 11:33

Best to avoid Evans Halshaw, the experience I had caused a lot of stress …Best to avoid Evans Halshaw, the experience I had caused a lot of stress and almost ended up in court. Very shifty dealership.


What happened? I picked up a delivery mileage Focus ST two days ago- process seemed smooth with EH. No messing around
jat247423/06/2019 13:03

Where can I get this bike for - £1?


You can, in the carboot sale, but here on hukd people have different tastes. I've seen them voting hot a bike over a thousand. I keep commenting on here because sometimes I find both, humor and common sense. Please don't take it literally.
jaydeeuk123/06/2019 08:50

Decent spec. Rather this than a Sandero. Have some heat.


Would rather a sandero stepway over this. But this is a great specification for the price; shame it's a 3 door though. I've had a 107 3 door before and they are pointless; given the size of the boot.
Edited by: "DildoBagginz" 23rd Jun
tintowellfan23/06/2019 09:11

Livingstone Seat in Uddingston. Should be on commission!


Ah, at the bottom of the Spindlehowe Road. I grew up nearby. That wee garage has been family owned for years now.
mayzi23/06/2019 12:06

£120 to insure? Wow- can i get insured too!


Often, if you add a second car to your policy and you're the only driver you get the secobd car much cheaper, since you can only drive one car at a time. I've don't this before, but with a much larger, 2L car, and it was closer to £180-200 than this.
Lots of unfair Sandero bashing in this thread. My girlfriend recently bought one new, I was unenthusiastic but it was her car, her decision etc but I was proven wrong.

She ended up with the mid spec for just under £8300 – 0.9 turbo engine, AC, DAB, (useless) StartStop etc and it’s a decent little car. It’s quiet, economical, huge boot and surprisingly fun to drive. If all you’re bothered about is aesthetics then it’s probably not the car for you but, practicality wise you can’t knock them.
I have this:

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Hyundai i10 SE in grey from new.

arnoldclark.com/new…arv


Is there much difference to this seat and the one I drive ?
Flappybunnyman23/06/2019 15:56

I have this:[Image] Hyundai i10 SE in grey from new. …I have this:[Image] Hyundai i10 SE in grey from new. https://www.arnoldclark.com/new-cars/hyundai/i10/1-0-se-5dr/0/ref/blk_ss4471kpv3t2karvIs there much difference to this seat and the one I drive ?


One's made by Hyundai.. The other by Seat...

They both have four wheels and tyres, that maintain contact with the road surface..

You're welcome!
pfagan1023/06/2019 13:15

What happened? I picked up a delivery mileage Focus ST two days ago- …What happened? I picked up a delivery mileage Focus ST two days ago- process seemed smooth with EH. No messing around


Quite alot but the main points were;

*Selling me a car with a recall and saying it was my problem (turns out legally they shouldn't have)
*The same car also broke down within 24 hours (not because of the recall)
*Weeks later I finally got the car back and it broke again within a week, same problem
*They also claimed they had sorted the recall issue while they were fixing it, after contacting the manufacturer it turns out this was a blatant lie

Believe it or not there is actually more too, not the best experience for a newly passed driver on a first car 😄
Flappybunnyman23/06/2019 15:56

I have this:[Image] Hyundai i10 SE in grey from new. …I have this:[Image] Hyundai i10 SE in grey from new. https://www.arnoldclark.com/new-cars/hyundai/i10/1-0-se-5dr/0/ref/blk_ss4471kpv3t2karvIs there much difference to this seat and the one I drive ?


One has a longer warranty...
Flappybunnyman23/06/2019 15:56

I have this:[Image] Hyundai i10 SE in grey from new. …I have this:[Image] Hyundai i10 SE in grey from new. https://www.arnoldclark.com/new-cars/hyundai/i10/1-0-se-5dr/0/ref/blk_ss4471kpv3t2karvIs there much difference to this seat and the one I drive ?


The SEAT will have more equipment on it just because of the FR trim. But depends what you want from your car. The i10's were substantially robust as the 2nd generation cars used a lot of componentry on the Kia picanto beforehand. So most failures were ironed out beforehand.

Practically the i10 is a bit bigger too, or definately had a bigger boot when I last looked at one. At this end of the market it's more about looks; which I would rather the Hyundai (just personal preference though, isn't It.)
Edited by: "DildoBagginz" 23rd Jun
freakstyler23/06/2019 13:53

Lots of unfair Sandero bashing in this thread. My girlfriend recently …Lots of unfair Sandero bashing in this thread. My girlfriend recently bought one new, I was unenthusiastic but it was her car, her decision etc but I was proven wrong. She ended up with the mid spec for just under £8300 – 0.9 turbo engine, AC, DAB, (useless) StartStop etc and it’s a decent little car. It’s quiet, economical, huge boot and surprisingly fun to drive. If all you’re bothered about is aesthetics then it’s probably not the car for you but, practicality wise you can’t knock them.


Yep, lots of brand snobbery; but you get a lot of car for your money, remembering it is essentially a Renault. The summit editions are spot on, my only issue with the sandero and stepway editions is the poor engine choices. None of which are ideal; the 1.5D would be the ideal candidate but I would never own a diesel for a personal car again. (Unless it was brand new, and I would probably never buy a brand new car again.) So your left with a 900cc petrol... again strapping turbos to small engines are not a good idea unless you are mechanically sympathetic and have it from new.
Edited by: "DildoBagginz" 23rd Jun
Are these 4 or 5 seater
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