What is it like on the inside?
The MiTo is a mixed bag inside. It’s reasonably solid-looking and finished with contemporary, nicely styled details, but it loses ground to the Mini and Polo in terms of overall quality.
The rear of the three-door-only MiTo is cramped, yet the boot doesn’t benefit from this. And despite being well equipped up front with things such as aircon and a trip computer, you have to stump up for a split/folding rear seat. No, practicality is not at the forefront here, something worth remembering in a competitive market segment where doing all things for all people is not an impossible ask.