We investigate multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) synthetic aperture radar (SAR) scheme with an ultra-low side-lobe ratio performance for using complete complementary sequences (CCS) waveform. It is shown that the CCS can be applied in a MIMO SAR system to obtain high resolution in range direction. In addition, the azimuth channel scheme with the multiple subsequences of CCS is also considered. First, we introduce the concept of CCS and establish the transmitter model based on CCS in MIMO SAR system. Then, we propose the corresponding imaging algorithm for employing the CCS to accurately focus the raw data of the MIMO SAR system and derive the range cell migration correction. Considering the signal complexity, we make use of the CCS pairs to analyze the MIMO SAR imaging algorithm. Finally, simulation results demonstrate the validity and feasibility of the proposed MIMO SAR scheme and the potential advantage of CCS.