Yes. I test drove the base level (S) Mii and the dashboard only had a speedo. No rev counter and no analogue fuel gauge. It did look pretty basic.Andy T9 said:I must admit, when I initially started thinking about getting an up, I read the back pages of top gear magazine to see what they said about the mii and citigo. They said the mii had a cheap interior, not something they said about the up or citigo. on that basis I totally discounted the mii and didn't even go to look at one. Is it true, does it have cheaper looking dash board and panels etc?
FunkTrooper said:Personally, one of the main reasons I chose the Mii is that I love its interior so much.
Here's the inside of my Mii.
Very nice!I really like the detail of the White dash extending to the steering wheel and centre consul, and facia air vents.
I wonder why V W Up opted to have a flat bottomed steering wheel,and not offset the M&M as in your Mii ?
Am I too cynical, or is it just to give us all a choice?
Thankfully we all have different preferences
Jalna said:That's why the Citigo won over the up. Can't see how you get to £3K though. I got a £950 discount on the up, I didn't see bigger discounts on the Citigo, though haven't looked since I bought my up. Servicing would be £250 saving (using the VW finance), but high street loans are only 5.1% so cheaper to go that route if finance needed. I reckon that means about £1K saving overall. Still worthwhile, but you have to love the car and that's why most people will choose the Citigo, Mii or up! based on personal reference and not worry about the smallish cost differential.
You can't say the only difference is a badge, when the looks, body panels, tailgate, interior, is different (and there will be cost cutting involved)daizythebulldog said:Well I also toyed between the Up and CitiGo as both spec's were the same,so went for the CitiGo as you get 0% finance plus 3 years free servicing and a good discount that's a no brainer .
Choosing the Up would of cost me an extra £3k for the sake of a badge.