Review 2013 smart fortwo electric drive | ecomento com

19 Июн 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »
car Smart Fortwo ED

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Availability

Good things to those who wait, and we’ve had to more than seven to get our hands on a readily available Smart. The first two generations only available to corporate and clients – airports, security etc. – but the latest iteration is for anyone to either buy with a rental contract or simply to buy In the terms of cost, the ForTwo ED similarly small rivals as the Citroen i-MiEV but there’s one in its side: the Renault ZOE. The ZOE is a larger than the ForTwo ED, four rather than and goes further on a single

Nevertheless, in many ways an drivetrain is the perfect method of for the neat, nimble and thoroughly ForTwo.

Much to like

The is very simple to use, is excellent news because easy to contaminate a relaxing drivetrain with poor and ergonomics. As well as being and intuitive, the amount of space in the is a genuinely pleasant surprise. – which takes 6 or seven – is uncomplicated, too, and a power stored in the (again) surprisingly big connects the battery up to the mains.

The driving experience is where the ED wins you over. It’s off the mark and acceleration is beautifully in comparison to its combustion-engined siblings, come fitted with one of the gearboxes in automotive history. We immediately find the Smart’s option (much like a automatic), which frees up and prompts the tiny EV to take off the road at a shocking rate. designed for situations where you a quick getaway – a busy for example. Front visibility is and the Smart feels suitably on the road, steering precisely the weight of the car’s 17.5kWh keeping it anchored to the tarmac and suspension staying on top of body On the subject of ride: The Fortwo ED is – uncomfortably so – on worn roads.


Little to dislike

Acceleration may be but travelling at higher speeds and use of the ‘boost’ function will the Smart’s battery in short Given than maximum in ideal conditions is only 90 miles, drivers will to show restraint. This always easy as the Smart has an personality.

Overall the interior is a pleasant to be, but is let down by the quality of the plastics and in places. It’s obvious money has been spent and, as the Fortwo ED will be a car for long journeys, this is a small problem.

Good small packages

In terms of and packaging, the Smart Fortwo ED in between the Renault Twizy and LEAF. Compromises come its tiny footprint, but being to park on a whim and zip down city streets are advantages the Nissan can’t match.

offer a four-year (or 50,000 warranty on the battery but after you’re on your own. buyers will be able to the battery for a monthly fee of £55 in the UK and, not yet confirmed, for a similar price in the Should you lease the battery, not is the ForTwo ED cheaper to buy in the first but Smart will replace the should it fail or drop a certain level of efficiency

2013 smart fortwo drive Richard Lane 3.6 It’s third time for an electric Smart but worth the Aggressively priced and engaging to the ForTwo Electric Drive as a bridge between the worlds of electric mobility (Renault’s and more considered electric that aim to replace conventional (the Nissan LEAF). let down slightly by a range of 87 miles, that isn’t to put us off this electric reinterpretation of a classic.

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