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Discussion in 'Mii Citycar' started by G.P, Jun 5, 2012.

  1. G.P

    G.P Active Member

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    I thought the Citogo was the cheapest of the 3?
     
  2. jezyg

    jezyg Active Member

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    Yes Citogo is the cheapest of the three not seen any figures for that in terms of finance but VW seems to come out the cheapest per month at the moment???
     
  3. Jarre

    Jarre Active Member

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    Auto Express reviewed the UP!, CityGo and the Mii.

    They said the CityGo was the best to go for, taking into account price new, spec and the all important residual values!
     
  4. jezyg

    jezyg Active Member

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    They did indeed but it depends on spec the lower the spec the better the residuals. To be fair they are all within 1-2% of each other but the Take Up! has the best residuals. The Citigo has the best value spec in Elegance trim but the worst in base spec. Although I have just found the cheapest lease for the three with a Citigo costing £109 a month whcih beats the cheapest UP! lease of £123 a month.
     
  5. icestorm81

    icestorm81 Active Member

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    I drove a 1 Litre, 3 cylinder one 4 days ago while my car was being serviced and mot at snows seat in Poole. Didn't think much of it, steering was way to light and had no feel and the engine makes too much noise.
     
  6. jc_boc

    jc_boc Back in CUPRA ..... R!

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    I think I may test drive one this afternoon when I pick my car up from the dealers.
     
  7. Adam_

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    Still haven't seen a Mii, seen loads of UP!'s and a Citigo though....
     
  8. jezyg

    jezyg Active Member

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    Sat inside a couple of SE's and is a nice car but the white interior and light grey seats with black strips were truly horrid. Darker interior in S and Sport are much nicer. Got a quote on an S A/C with colour pack, colour coded door handles, mirrors and full width wheel trims for £129 deposit £129 a month. Until end of Sept SEAT are throwing in the media system for free as well. Not a bad deal overall.
     
  9. farrar

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    Whats the real world fuel economy of the mii sport like in comparison to an Ibiza 1.6 CR TDI? I expect the Mii might be better?
     
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    i was doing an easy 60 mpg on the motorway
     
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    farrar Full Member

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  12. Rene123

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    My parents get their Mii next week. It will be a 75 hp sportstyle with all options. I will post some pics when it has arrived.
     
  13. AndyT_UK

    AndyT_UK Active Member

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    That would be great - still not seen one. Only one or two of its Up sisters. I wasnt a fan of the design when I first saw it, but I think it has grown on me now the whole SEAT range has the same kind of headlight desgn.
     
  14. xreyuk

    xreyuk Eco-Massive

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    Some friends of mine have bought one. Haven't had chance to get a look yet. I'll probably point him to these forums though!
     
  15. jezyg

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    Got close to being an owner but have gone for a VW Take UP! as for a 6 month shorter term but £5 more the lure of the VW badge drew me in and the UP! looks a little sharper at the rear IMO. The slightly better residuals was also hard to miss really and not too keen on the Mii interior either.
     
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  16. Krash

    Krash Duck just kicked in Yo!

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    other half nearly bought one few weeks ago but thought it was too boxy and mpg isnt as good as other in the same class, ended up buying an aygo fire with a/c
     
  17. 1985hop

    1985hop Guest

    Looks like the best 1 to get. SE has a dodgy white interior dashboard!
     
  18. jezyg

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    Second that, Sport is the only Mii I really like, S is ok but for me the up! has the nicest interior especially as a base spec. Hence today ordering a Take up! also taking up the half price servicing offer at £149 SEAT is £299 but you get a free media system until end of Sept with the Mii.
     
  19. bazves

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    Don't have it yet, but my Mii Sport Vebora Negra should be arriving some time in September
     
  20. jezyg

    jezyg Active Member

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    Mine is up due end of September early October. Basic model with maps and more then added as a pack electric windows, central locking and seat height adjustment. Base trim I do prefer the Up! but prefer the Mii Sport over the High up!

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    #40 jezyg, Jul 29, 2012
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