The Mii’s ride is at the firmer edge of comfortable. It is pliant enough to put many much bigger and significantly more expensive cars to shame. The car has a generally very well engineered feel about it, and the ride-handling compromise is well judged. Its handling is poised, more so than you might expect of a car with this short a wheelbase. Although it is quite tall for its overall length, it holds onto the bends very tidily and is good fun to drive.Ease of Use
If you want a Mii with maximum practicality for its size, go for the five-door body style. This three-door model means that anyone needing to access the back seats has to climb in past the front ones, which is never as convenient as merely opening a door. It is not too awkward, though, as the front seats slide forward for better access into the back. The car’s boot is very small at just 251 litres, but the rear seats fold forward to let you extend the load space, and as a two-seater the Mii has a useful 951 litres of carrying capacity for those trips to B&Q or Ikea – enough to carry a self-assembly chest of drawers at least.
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