Smart Fortwo ED crashes into four-star rating
The NHTSA first tested the gas-powered Fortwo when it came to the US in 2008. The agency's tests were different then, but in some of them, the car got just three stars. It's not a direct comparison, but the ED did better overall, scoring lower than four stars in just one category, the Side Pole test. You can watch three videos of the crash tests below.
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