|Quoting KaiGywer (Reply 2):|
If the price was right (which it won't be, I'm sure..) I would consider it.
|Quoting Alberchico (Reply 5):|
You're right. When the car is up for sale in the U.S. , the Euro-Dollar conversion will really jack up the price of the car, scaring most potential buyers away.....
|Quoting TheSonntag (Reply 7):|
The only drawback is that the speed is limited to around 85mph. Not very funny on a German Autobahn when many drive in excess of 100mph...
|Quoting WILCO737 (Reply 6):|
The car was pretty famous here in Germany when it was brandnew! Now it is several years on the market and people doent buy it as much anymore...
There has been a Smart fourfour and some other things, they already stopped building it... too expensive and not enough people bought it anymore...
|Quoting Alberchico (Reply 13):|
for those who want something hip,trendy and cool the company that make the Smart also makes the Smart Roadster
|Quoting Alberchico (Reply 17):|
Why ? Wasn't it selling well ???
|Quoting Alberchico (Reply 3):|
People who can afford SUV's and luxury cars wouldn't be affected by high gas prices anyway. This car is purely for economy not for getting laid..............
|Quoting Aerobalance (Reply 34):|
Something is telling me that I should have picked up the Shaguar.......
|Quoting Sabena332 (Reply 37):|
Not a regular Impala, it must be a 1996 Impala SS Lingenfelter with a 5.7L V8 LT1 rated at 460hp with 440lbs of torque.
|Quoting CPDC10-30 (Reply 9):|
Not the Smart, but I would definetley consider a Toyota Aygo/Peugeot 107. They get better mileage than the Smart plus they have four seats. And it still looks somewhat like a car.
|Quoting AirPacific747 (Reply 29):|
Quoting Boeing Nut (Reply 27):
I hope you're being sarcastic...........
What do you mean? They are safer than a Seat Ibiza for example which is remarkably bigger.
|Quoting Boeing Nut (Reply 45):|
The way the bottom of the car severely buckled is a structural failure of the cars "safety cage" according to the insurance institute for highway safety. The "cage" should have very little to no change in structure after the crash. I wouldn't doubt at all that the institute would give that particular car a poor rating.