Smart ForFour EQ review

Category: Electric car

Section: Introduction

Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD press tracking
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD press tracking
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD press rear tracking
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD press dashboard
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD press rear seats
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD instruments detail
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD badge detail
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD rear right tracking
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD front right static
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD rear left static
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD charge dial detail
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD rear lights
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD press tracking
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD press rear tracking
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD press dashboard
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD press rear seats
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD instruments detail
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD badge detail
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD rear right tracking
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD front right static
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD rear left static
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD charge dial detail
  • Smart ForFour EQ 2020 LHD rear lights
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Introduction

What Car? says...

There are many advantages to going electric with something like a Smart ForFour EQ. Obviously it improves you immediate environment – you’re far less likely to find an Extinction Rebellion protester glued to your door handle in a traffic jam – and the penance of the petrol station is vanquished forever.

And by heck, have you noticed how tough is it trying to find a petrol station these days? Since the cost of land in the UK rose to about £50 squillion per square foot, it’s a toss-up whether your local boozer or nearest filling station will be the first to go the way of the dinosaurs.