• cheap used cars Posted: 11/25/2009 10:18pm PST

    Wow! what a great news, i thin it will solved parking problem and every body can be use. Can you told me when it will be available in Indian Market

  • fb_1510606196 avatar Carl Posted: 11/26/2009 10:57am PST

    Bengt Great, well written article. Yes, think this would be better suited for the USA urban use than the Smart.

  • Bryan Posted: 11/26/2009 12:51pm PST

    Yeah, if people will be the Smart car in the U.S. why not a Mitsubishi i-car? I'd need to test drive one before I decided to buy one, to check on the elbow room for us, for one thing. I might rather buy a Mitsubishi i-MiEV, especially if Mitsu is able to increase the range available.

  • Justin Posted: 11/29/2009 5:41pm PST

    Since the Mitsubishi i is more-or-less a Smart Fortwo, shoehorning the 1.0-litre found in the Smart in place of the i's 660cc shouldn't be a problem. In fact, isn't this unit built by Mitsubishi anyway.
    It really looks as if Mitsubishi has really benefitted from its short-lived liason with Mercedes-Benz - the i is being badge-engineered by Peugeot and Citroen for sale in Europe.

  • R2Dad Posted: 11/30/2009 11:02am PST

    This car is very narrow--less than 5 feet across. I don't think 2 American men can sit in that front seat, though that's probably not their target demographic. Maybe make it a tandem, get rid of two doors and beef up the safety systems?