Nov 5th 2009 6:19PM PSP Go pls
Aug 25th 2009 2:40PM Brilliant - love this thing - and great value
Jul 30th 2009 4:19PM yes pls
Jul 27th 2009 12:20PM yes please
Jul 8th 2009 6:12PM I am a fan of the smart passion cabriloet. I have owned mine for 14 months [and put 28.5k miles on her]. I traded a Mercedes SL65 for this car [and got a $60k check plus the smart car when I traded it in]. The smart car's transmission is only an issue IMHO when you stand on the accelerator [treating it like a go-cart - like almost EVERYONE does when the drive the car for the first time]. If you leave your 'boy racer" in the driveway [for a car built for that type of aggressive driving], you come to appreciate the smart car for what it is - a smart commuter that's green and a convertible, [like no other comparable car]. I average 42-45mpg on my 80mile RT daily commute. Living in Northern CA, I get to enjoy the weather nearly every day. 98% of a smart car is recyclable [compared to significantly less in a Prius due to the batteries et al]. When I have more than one guest that I need to ferry about, I bring another car. I normally drive the car on the freeway at freeway speeds [~75mph]. I am a big [ugly] dude at 6'4" and 265lbs. I fit comfortably in this car [which does not happen in a Boxter, Miata, Mini, Saab, 3-series, etc.]. I am going to continue to drive this car until I find a better combination of 1) drop-top, 2) >40MPG "green," and 3) fun vehicle. If you have only two speeds [right-hand peddle to the floor board or brake to the floor board] - this isn't your car. I am fortunate to have other cars for when I want to play "boy racer." But if you enjoy open-top economy and value, the smart car has many, many smiles per gallon [IMHO - and I have owned a few cars in my old age].
Jun 18th 2009 6:14PM please
Apr 30th 2009 4:42PM pls pick me - I need a mother's day gift!