Smart For Two: Challenging the Status Quo

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Mercedes Benz's 2010 Smart For Two is beloved for its cute looks and excellent fuel economy. At only 5 feet wide, the For Two is the tiniest car in its class and is the perfect car to maneuver the tiny streets of Rome. Alas, it's not without drawbacks. The model has faced safety concerns and has a sluggish gearshift. Its ability to squeeze into tiny parking spaces, low price, and good fuel economy still make it an attractive buy.

Inside, there's enough space for two adults, but its small size makes it go low on utility and cargo space. The Smart For Two's engine requires premium gasoline (hopefully the savings are worth it), and its slight dimensions mean that it's susceptible to crosswinds.

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