Renault Zoe rival offers 162 miles of range, and is one of the most affordable EVs currently on sale
Seat has announced that UK pricing for the Mii Electric, its first zero-emissions model, will begin at £19,300, making it one of the cheapest mainstream EVs available in the UK.
Seat is also offering the first 300 buyers fitment of a wall-mounted home charger, a three-pin home-charging cable, three years’ servicing and roadside assistance free of charge.
The supermini’s sub-£20,000 price tag is lower than that of its Vauxhall Corsa-e, Peugeot e-208, Mini Electric and Honda E rivals. The new Renault Zoe is available from £18,670 under the firm’s battery leasing scheme, but monthly costs have yet to be revealed.
As part of Seat’s ‘easyMOVE’ range simplification strategy, only one trim is available from launch.
Standard equipment includes metallic paint, lane assist, fast-charging capabilities, 16in alloy wheels, air conditioning and automatic windscreen wipers.
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