An official subsidiary of Italian automobile company Fiat, SEAT is a Spanish car manufacturer that has its beginnings during the 1950s. The launching of the classic 1400 model in 1953 is a significant move that helped usher Spain in the world of modern automobile manufacturing. During this period and until the early 1980s however, a lot of people see SEAT as nothing but Spanish version of Fiats. The withdrawal of Fiat in 1981 from SEAT and the involvement of Volkswagen as one of its major shareholder proved to be a turning point in the history of SEAT. Since the launching of the SEAT Ronda in 1982 until its recent lineup of excellent vehicles such as the SEAT MII, the company has successfully carved a legacy of its own in the global automobile market.
Marketed as the ultimate City Car, SEAT MII continues the In-Your-Face heritage of this iconic automobile manufacturer. Launched in 2011, this three-door hatchback vehicle runs on 1.0-litre petrol engine. Aside from its superb features, the MII is a hit because it combines spaciousness, excellent handling, and fuel efficiency. It is also the first vehicle on its league that is equipped with an automatic braking system. Combined with other standard safety mechanisms such as its four airbags, the MII is definitely one of the safest and most efficient compact vehicles to date.