Seat Mii Hatchback 1.0 S 3dr

Seat Mii Hatchback 1.0 S 3dr
MRP £8,440
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Annual Mileage

* Based on 3 years cost

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Full specification

Performance

  • 99 mph This is the maximum speed figure a vehicle is capable of reaching.
    Top Speed
  • 14.4 seconds This shows the minimum time it takes for a car to go from a standstill to 60mph with the engine running.
    0-60
  • 60
    bhp
    Engine Power
    This is the maximum power output of the car. The most common unit of power measurement for cars in the UK is BHP (Brake Horse Power). Cars with more BHP tend to go faster but also burn more fuel. When a particular car uses an electric motor, the power output of this is sometimes worked out in kiloWatts, but this can be converted to BHP as well.
  • 70
    LB.FT
    Torque
    This basically indicates the pulling power of an engine. The more engine torque a car has, the more effectively it can exert power to the wheels driving the car, making it faster.

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Transmission MANUAL This indicates what sort of gear system/gearbox is used in a car, whether it’s a manual or automatic.
Gears 5 SPEED This shows the number of gears a particular car has with its transmission. Having more gears in a car benefits efficiency, acceleration and it results in smoother shifts between each gear.

Engine

  • 999 CC CC (cubic centimetres) represents a unit of measurement to describe the engine volume of a vehicle. For example a 1,600CC engine will typically be referred to as a 1.6 litre engine.
    Engine Size
  • 3 Cylinders
    Cylinders
    This refers to how many cylinders are found within a car’s engine. Small, low-powered vehicles tend to have only a few cylinders whereas high-performance cars tend to feature six, eight or even more.
  • 60
    bhp
    Engine Power
    This is the maximum power output of the car. The most common unit of power measurement for cars in the UK is BHP (Brake Horse Power). Cars with more BHP tend to go faster but also burn more fuel. When a particular car uses an electric motor, the power output of this is sometimes worked out in kiloWatts, but this can be converted to BHP as well.
  • 70
    LB.FT
    Torque
    This basically indicates the pulling power of an engine. The more engine torque a car has, the more effectively it can exert power to the wheels driving the car, making it faster.

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Cylinder Layout IN-LINE This refers to how the cylinders in a car’s internal combustion engine are laid out. There are different configurations and one example, V engine, is commonly used for sports cars.
Valves 12 Valves are used in car engines to take fuel and air in to the main combustion chamber while also providing an outlet for exhaust gases. Often if an engine has four cylinders, there are normally four valves in each. Higher valve control allows for greater control over fuel economy, emissions and response.
Engine Power 60 bhp This is the maximum power output of the car. The most common unit of power measurement for cars in the UK is BHP (Brake Horse Power). Cars with more BHP tend to go faster but also burn more fuel. When a particular car uses an electric motor, the power output of this is sometimes worked out in kiloWatts, but this can be converted to BHP as well.
Engine Torque 70 lb.ft This basically indicates the pulling power of an engine. The more engine torque a car has, the more effectively it can exert power to the wheels driving the car, making it faster.

Dimensions

  • This is the total width of the vehicle measuring from side to side. Width 1641 mm
  • This is the total height and length of the vehicle measuring from its front tip to the farthest point in back.
    Height 1478 mm
    Length 3557 mm
  • 4 Cylinders This shows how many passenger seats are contained within the vehicle. Some are removable or fold down for more flexibility.
    Seats
  • 251 Litres The maximum amount of space there is for storage in the loading compartment, measured in litres. This figure takes into account wherever possible the amount of space found when the rear seats are folded down.
    Luggage Capacity

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Turning Circle n/a metres The radius a vehicle needs to make a 360-degree turn/smallest u-turn. Smaller cars have smaller turning circles, making them more suited for cramped urban roads.
Tyre Size (front) 165/70 R14 The measurement of size of the standard front tyres used for this vehicle
Tyre Size (rear) 165/70 R14 The measurement of size of the standard rear tyres used for this vehicle
Width (inc mirrors) n/a mm The total measured width of the vehicle from one side to the other. Here the figure takes into account the mirrors since they add more to the actual total width. It’s important knowledge particularly if you want to put your car inside a garage.
Height (inc roof rails) n/a mm This is a measurement of the vehicle’s height including roof rails from its bottom point to its very tallest point. Knowing the car’s height and taking into account any roof rails is important if you use a garage or regularly park in a place with a low ceiling.

Weight

  • 1290 KG This is a measurement combining the total weight of the vehicle and the maximum load that can be carried safely within it when it’s used on the road. This is the absolute heaviest the car can be (legally).
    Vehicle Weight
  • n/a KG This measures the maximum weight a vehicle can tow when it is towing a trailer which has a braking system. Trailers weighing above 750kg legally require their own functional braking system.
    Max Towing Weight (Unbraked)
  • n/a KG
    This is a measurement of the maximum weight you’re permitted to load on the car’s roof when using roof rails plus possibly a roof-rack or roof-box.
    Max Roof Load
  • 361 KG This is a measurement of the maximum weight capacity which can be safely stored in a vehicle while used on the road. When this particular weight capacity is combined with the vehicle’s weight, you get the measurement for gross vehicle weight.
    Max Loading Weight

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Max Towing Weight (Braked) n/a KG This measures the maximum weight a vehicle can tow when it is towing a trailer which has a braking system. Trailers weighing above 750kg legally require their own functional braking system.
Max Towing Weight (Unbraked) n/a KG This measures the maximum weight a vehicle can tow when it is towing a trailer which does not have its own braking system. Any trailer which weighs less than 750kg does not have to be fitted with a braking system.

Efficiency

  • 62.8 MPG MPG stands for miles per gallon and is a measurement of fuel efficiency indicating how many miles a vehicle can travel on one gallon of fuel. European Cup (EC) Combined is a commonly used method of measuring MPG, which represents the car’s official average fuel consumption based on test results.
    MPG EC Combined
  • 105 g/km This is a measurement of how much primary exhaust gas is produced by the engine of a petrol or diesel-powered car per mile. The CO2 output has a significant bearing on a vehicle’s running cost as it determines what band for Vehicle Excise Duty a car falls under.
    Co2
  • 1E This shows what insurance group a particular vehicle is in, banded between 1 and 50. Cars under insurance group number 1 are the cheapest to cover, while those falling under group number 50 are the most costly to insure.
    Insurance Group

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Benefit in Kind
The Benefit-in-kind (BIK) rating is important to any business car owner. It is a tax paid by the users of any company car driven on UK roads. The BIK paid is calculated by the UK Government using a range of factors including the value of the car, the type of fuel it uses and its CO2 emissions. BIK is also commonly referred to as company car tax.
Percentage charge 1617%
Benefit in kind £1,3501,435
Tax payable at 20% £270287
Tax payable at 40% £540540

This calculator is supplied only as guidance to the BIK tax liability you may expect to pay. Data is based upon the Manufacturer's Recommended Price (MRP) and published tax rates.