As part of the Volkswagen Group, the SEAT Mii has benefited immensely from the German juggernaut’s engineering might.
And by that I mean that Volkswagen’s engineers designed a car from scratch, copied it three times and put three different badges on it.
I’m not saying that’s a bad thing, though. Why have three different engineering teams work on three different cars when you can bring them all together and have them design one super city car?
And it's not as if they're identical. Line all three cars up next to each other and you can tell them apart.
The cosmetic tweaks SEAT have put on the base car are bit love-it-or-loathe-it. Personally, I think it looks like Google’s autonomous car — but without all the cuteness.
However, there are a lot of people who like the clean styling so I guess it’s a personal taste thing.
Under the bonnet, you’ve got two engines to choose from — both three cylinders and both 1.0-litre — with 59bhp or 74bhp on offer. There’s not much between the fuel efficiency — 62mpg or 59mpg — and less between the 0-60mph times — 14.4 or 13.2 seconds.