The ForTwo's tiny size and turning circle make it a breeze to park. Its tiny engine returns excellent fuel economy. But the ForTwo requires premium fuel and there's little cargo room. Acceleration is slow, the transmission is jerky, and the ride is harsh. The ForTwo finished at the bottom of our subcompact cars. Crash-test results have been good, but the frontal tests only approximate two ForTwos running into each other, not an impact with a larger vehicle. An electric version is available.
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