Smart Car Rolls into the American Market An unusual European car is heading to American roads next year. The smart fortwo is much smaller than other cars sold in the United States, smaller even than the BMW Mini.
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Smart Car Rolls into the American Market

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Smart Car Rolls into the American Market

Smart Car Rolls into the American Market

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Dan Neil of the Los Angeles Times gets out of the smart fortwo. hide caption

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Dan Neil of the Los Angeles Times gets out of the smart fortwo.

An unusual European car is heading to American roads next year. The smart fortwo is much smaller than other cars sold in the United States, smaller even than the Mini. Los Angeles Times car columnist Dan Neil takes the car for a test drive with Alex Cohen.