Smart has given the diminutive ForTwo a makeover that sends the iconic little city car two steps forward and one big step back. The Lilliputian runabout has been a solid, if specialized, urban grocery-getter since its arrival stateside three years ago. It's quirky and cute, with enough virtues to make you overlook drawbacks like glacial acceleration.
But what about the other way around, the shopper who goes into the dealership expecting to buy a gas car and winds up choosing an EV? Will that ever happen? Eco-minded city dwellers may be interested in the Smart Fortwoa specific answer to the tiny question.
By : Jeff Perez. You'll hear more about that later. The Smart Fortwo is a car that doesn't need much of an introduction.
Chris Bangle is an auto industry legend. Now Bangle is back in the car world with an entirely new project: a tiny, mostly aluminum car designed for city driving whose seats can be rearranged like a giant game of Tetris. The inside?
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Started by MichaelloJanuary 28, Hi,I am wondering how reliable the Smart Cars could be. I know that on the forum we have a number of owners who have had their Smart Cars for years.
Skip to main content. By Will Maley Feb 14 - pm. Smart has never really had any luck in North America.