Volkswagen had to stop the orders for VW e-Up, Skoda Citigo iV and Seat Mii electric last year. The Seat Mii electric can now be ordered again, but only in the "Edition Power Charge" special edition. The SEAT Mii electric enjoyed great popularity. It was completely sold out at the beginning of 2020. The small electric car is the perfect companion for heavy city traffic: small, manoeuvrable, with space for four occupants.
However, the sister models VW e-Up and Skoda Citigo-e iV still cannot be ordered. The background to this is that the Volkswagen Group was so overwhelmed by the surge in demand for its cheap small electric cars due to the increased funding in the summer. Skoda removed the Citigo iV from their homepage months ago to be on the safe side.
The small electric car, Seat Mii electric "Edition Power Charge", costs 24,650 euros without any governmental incentives.
The same technical specifications:
The special edition of the Seat Mii electric remains with the 61 kW electric motor (212 Nm of torque) in combination with a 32.3 kWh lithium-ion battery. The small electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 12.3 seconds. Its top speed is 130 km / h. Seat claims a combined range of up to 251 kilometres (WLTP), which for pure city traffic can be increased to up to 351 kilometres. The battery pack can be charged to 80% in one hour at a DC fast charging station.
The Seat Mii electric Edition Power Charge offers tinted rear and side windows, 16-inch light-alloy wheels, electric windows, leather-covered steering wheel, winter package (electrically adjustable and heated exterior mirrors, heated front seats, heated windshield), Climatronic, DAB+ digital radio with six loudspeakers and 5-inch display.
The safety features include ESP and ABS, cruise control, ultrasonic rear parking aid, light and rain sensors, lane departure warning systems.
However, it is still unclear when a Seat Mii Electric that has now been ordered will be delivered. Because all three brands are currently still processing countless orders from last year. It is therefore very possible that the orders for the Seat Mii will remain open for a short time.
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