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"My" new Smart Passion: $14,620. White/black with tan interior, premium sound system, foglamps, power steering, clock and tachometer. Can "comical" also be "smart"?

I saw my second Smart locally on the street yesterday, yellow with black frame, driven by an uber-nerdy guy with glasses. What's going on here? Is it hip to be square?:huh::lol:

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Dude, get a Charger SXT or G68 so we won't have to make fun of your SMRT decision to buy a SMART. :P

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" What's going on here? Is it hip to be square?:huh::lol:

Only in an old Huey Lewis video

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I recently drove a SMART (a yellow one lol).

It had NO power. If you let of the gas, the engine puttered and the car came to a stop. Acceleration was..well, I bet I could outrun it on foot.

It did have a very nice turning circle though. The steering was very precise too. <_<

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I recently drove a SMART (a yellow one lol).

It had NO power. If you let of the gas, the engine puttered and the car came to a stop. Acceleration was..well, I bet I could outrun it on foot.

Sounds like my Cutlass, but faster! :P

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Top speed: electronically limited to 90 mph. 71 hp. 3 cylinders. Cutlass or Smart? :AH-HA_wink: Edited by ocnblu

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Top speed: electronically limited to 90 mph. 71 hp. 3 cylinders. Cutlass or Smart? :AH-HA_wink:

Whenever I reach 85 mph for the first time, I'll let you know. :P

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If the Cutlass is the same as the 1981 Bonneville which it well should be it can at least hit 100 miles an hour. Not that I would have tried it or anything. If my heavier Bonneville can do it the Cutlass sure should.

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I saw a red Smart ForTwo tonight. The whole car fit between the wheelbase of the Acadia.

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Needs a set of Texas Longhorns on the hood. WildmanJoe, can ya help a brothuh out? :AH-HA_wink:

Edited by ocnblu

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