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  • Writing for Get Wokingham, Simon Donohue highlights the fact that the fortwo is a "smart proposition" for a motorist looking for value for money.

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  • The fortwo is a tiny, tiny car, and we're sort of surprised it took so long to be fitted with electric guts.

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  • "The fortwo is a success story â€" it has won lots of fans in 37 markets worldwide.

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  • Under the plans, the next-generation Renault Twingo, Smart "fortwo" and a new Smart four-seater will be engineered using jointly developed architecture and will include an electric version with a launch slated for 2013.

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  • The tests found that drivers of 2009 versions of the Smart "fortwo," Honda Fit and Toyota Yaris could face significant leg and head injuries in severe front-end crashes with larger, mid-size vehicles.

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  • One man in a muscle car shirt walked by the "fortwo" Mercedes-Benz Cars Daimler AG Company vehicle.

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  • In crash tests released Tuesday, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that drivers of 2009 versions of the Smart "fortwo," Honda Fit and Toyota Yaris could face significant leg and head injuries in severe front-end crashes with larger, mid-size vehicles.

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  • By comparison, a Smart fortwo is a veritable Conestoga.

    A Nissan at CrossPurposes With Competence

  • It will join several models only available to lease from January, including the Peugot iOn, Citroen CZero and an electric version of the Smart fortwo.

    UK government launches £5,000 electric car grant scheme

  • An electric car - a Smart fortwo - in London, with transport secretary Philip Hammond at the wheel.

    Electric car capital race hots up as London adds charging points

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