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SMART SMART FORTWO - SMART THINKING

Are you fed up with urban runabouts pretending to be more than they are? Then you probably might be interested in smart's third generation fortwo. June Neary reports.

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SMART SMART FORTWO - FORTWO TWO

The Smart Fortwo is a citycar that almost defies comparison. Jonathan Crouch thinks there's a lot to like about it.

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SMART FORTWO - DIMINUTIVE DROP-TOP

The smart fortwo has always been a quirky choice, but one that has its own cult following. As with previous generations, a cabriolet version is available for city dwellers who want to go topless. The experts at Car and Driving check it out.

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SMART FORTWO - SLICK IN THE CITY

The smart fortwo is different in third generation form - yet somehow still much the same. Jonathan Crouch drives the enticing entry-level 1.0-litre 71bhp variant.

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SMART SMART FORFOUR - FORFOUR TO THE FORE!

The smart forfour is back. Did you even realise it had gone away? Jonathan Crouch fills you in on the details.

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SMART FORTWO - ET TU BRABUS?

If you want a Smart with attitude, you need to break out the Brabus catalogue. Jonathan Crouch runs an eye over the recently facelifted model

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SMART SMART FORTWO ICESHINE - ICE ICE BABY

Special edition version's of smart's evergreen fortwo citycar are always popular. Here's another one - the fortwo iceshine. Jonathan Crouch checks it out

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SMART FORTWO - A LITTLE DIESEL GOES A LONG WAY

They don't come much greener than Smart's fortwo cdi city car. Steve Walker reports.

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SMART SMART FORTWO - SMART & SMARTER

Smart's evergreen fortwo citycar goes under the cosmetic surgeon's knife once more. An all- new fortwo is on the way but, in the meantime, the cutest city scoot has never looked better. David Vivian checks it out

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SMART SMART FORTWO - FORTWO TWO

The Smart Fortwo is back. Much has changed but the appeal remains pretty much as you were. Andy Enright reports.

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SMART SMART FORTWO ELECTRIC DRIVE - WHIRRED UP

It's perhaps surprising that it took smart this long to develop an electric model, but there are a whole heap of challenges in making such a car a commercial viability. Smart seems to be addressing them though. Jonathan Crouch reports.

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