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Smart ForTwo Electric Drive now available nationwide

Last year, the microcar segment shrunk while the overall vehicle market grew. While that may seem like bad news to a carmaker like Smart, Steve Cannon, CEO of Mercedes-Benz USA said of the Smart Electric... Continue reading ->

Smart ForJoy is ForFour Electric Drive concept headed to Frankfurt

Just days ahead of the Frankfurt Motor Show, Smart has revealed its newest concept car, the four seat Forjoy. Smart calls the ForJoy ‘the forerunner of a new smart generation’ in its press release. The... Continue reading ->

Smart ForTwo Electric Dtrive gets 4 stars overall in crash tests

According to the NHTSA, the Smart ForTwo ED is a safe vehicle. While it didn’t achieve the highest possible 5-star rating, it did get 4 stars overall, which is pretty good considering how small this... Continue reading ->

Smart Electric Drive US rollout begins today

Mercedes-Benz USA announces they are starting to roll out the Smart Electric Drive to dealers across the country. Smart has been saying May for a while, and a few days ago they said May 15th... Continue reading ->

Smart ForFour Electric Drive confirmed for 2015

Daimler has confirmed that its next-generation Smart ForTwo and Smart ForFour will be available in electric drive models. The next-gen Smart ForTwo is expected some time in 2013 and may make it to production in... Continue reading ->

Smart Electric Drive pricing announced for Canada

Smart has officially announced pricing on its soon-to-be-released Smart ForTwo Electric Drive. Pricing starts at CDN $26,990 ($26,398 US) and the cabriolet version starts at CDN$29,990 ($29,326 US). Those prices, of course are pre-incentive MSRP... Continue reading ->

Smart deepens alliance with Renault

The upcoming Smart ForFour (the 4 door version of the Smart ForTwo) will share a rear wheel drive platform with Renault’s future Twingo vehicle. It is part of the deepening alliance between Smart’s parent, Daimler,... Continue reading ->