Yup or have to turn a key in a lock TBH it was the electric windows I wanted the most as I have to swipe a card to get into my works car park and right pain to have to wind a window up and down every day.Lazy bugger, can you not reach over
For me I prefer the outside of the Mii & the inside of the Citygo, just something not quite right with the UP's front bumper for me. .
Just out of curiosity, what did you end (UP!) paying for your new car? Plus what extras did you go for?I have started to see a few Mii's about, but the Up! still has the edge IMO, and slightly better residual value. My Up! has just arrived and like it, just wish VW did the same £115 option of colour coded handles and mirrors SEAT do. But then I was able to spec central locking and electric windows on the Up! something you cannot do on the Mii S Managed to squeeze a £650 discount on my Up! as well
I got it all in for £8100 including three year service pack, and went for the convenience pack (electric windows, central locking, drivers seat heigh adjuster, light delay) and maps and more.Just out of curiosity, what did you end (UP!) paying for your new car? Plus what extras did you go for?
Unlike the Up and the Citigo the Mii doesn't even have its own wikipedia page!I'm confused with Seats seeming lack of publicity and push of the MII. There were TV adverts for the VW and the Skoda and nothing (that I've seen) from Seat. And I've seen plenty of Ups on the road, the odd Citigo but not a single MII. The MII at the moment very much seems the poor relation to the other 2.
True. I noticed that. Seems there are pages in other languages though:-Unlike the Up and the Citigo the Mii doesn't even have its own wikipedia page!