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By Alan Taylor-Jones
Added 17th July, 2015
This car represents a clever idea, cleverly executed. If you like the wind in your hair, you drive your car mainly over short distances or in town and space is not especially important, then you'll likely find the fortwo cabrio to be an endearing little thing. There are very few cars that can offer open-top motoring with such low running costs too.
With early MK2 models so cheap, you could easily buy and run one on a shoestring budget, opening up the possibility of this smart being an appealing second or third car. For urban bound folk on a budget, it'll be an appealing option.
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