MII


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MII

(body)
A consortium of Microsoft, IBM, and Intel.

MII

(storage)
A broadcast component video tape format licensed by Panasonic.
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The exterior design of this Mii follows a theme pioneered by the Peugeot 107/Citroen C1/ Toyota Aygo model we first saw way back in 2006.
4 seconds does no justice to how nippy the Mii feels around town.
e rst visual cue to this catwalk-inspired theme is the Mii by MANGO badging on the tailgate and anks and, naturally, there's also a choice of bespoke colour schemes.
Those destined for the back seat will, of course, much prefer it if you've specified your Mii by MANGO in five-door form.
As for equipment, the Mii by MANGO comes with remote central locking, electric windows, air-con and Isofix anchoring points.
e Mii is available with a choice of either three or ve doors and two power outputs, 60 bhp or 75bhp.
Also up for grabs is a Mii by MANGO Style Pack, with panoramic glass sunroof and front fog lights, as a PS690 option.
There are one or two extra features on the Mii to tempt customers from the more premiumbadged VW Up and solid, capable-looking Skoda Citigo.
0-litre, 68PS engine is based on the three-cylinder petrol unit found in the Mii with 60PS and 75PS outputs, but it's been specifically developed for CNG operation and has a CO2 figure of just 79g/km.
Now well into the most extensive new model offensive in its 26-year history in the UK, SEAT is showing the way with the Mii.
The Mii will arrive in the UK in the spring of 2012, and will be powered by a choice of 59bhp and 69bhp, three-cylinder petrol engines.
The Mii skill area is classified as All-Around, putting the characters on the same level as Mario, Luigi and Yoshi.