Smart tarts up the Fortwo
3 April 2006

After scrapping the Forfour, Smart has launched a special edition of its Fortwo.

Available in coupé or cabriolet forms, the Fortwo Grandstyle features a beige leather interior with heated seats and new exterior body panel colours.

Further changes inside are the ‘leather effect’ instrument panel, with the door trims and storage pockets in beige leather.

A CD player that can play MP3s and has additional speakers is also available.

None of this comes free, however: the on the road prices are £8,040 for the coupe and £10,280 for the cabriolet.

Our Verdict

Volkswagen Eos

The Volkswagen Eos has much cachet and is pleasant and predictable to drive, but is feeling a little bit long-in-the-tooth

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