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Smart new Tata Hexa debuts in India

18.01.2017

Smart new Tata Hexa debuts in India

Originally shown at the Geneva Motor Show in 2015, Tata Motors unveiled its long awaited Hexa crossover in Mumbai on Wednesday.
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Smart ForFour; little car, big money

30.09.2016

Smart ForFour; little car, big money

Smart - the car - is decidedly funky. The original two-seater car, launched in Europe in 2008 and in South Africa four years later, was as funky as funky can get with its 2.5 metre-long body making extensive use of plastic panels clipped to a strong steel passenger cell, and housing a tiny rear-mounted 600 cc turbocharged t ...
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What a lot of smarties - the new smart range

05.05.2016 by Justin Jacobs

What a lot of smarties - the new smart range

Remember those really small little city cars, called smart?
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Autodealer dream buy: Smart ForTwo

16.03.2016

Autodealer dream buy: Smart ForTwo

It's time for another Autodealer dream buy, where we browse through our own list of cars for sale and pick a car that we’d like to own.
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Smartphones not so smart on the road

18.08.2014 by Sean Nurse

Smartphones not so smart on the road

LATELY, I’ve been made more and more aware of a phenomenon that is increasing on a daily basis; that is, texting while driving. It seems so arbitrary but when you look around yourself in traffic, you’ll notice how many drivers are using their cell phones.
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Tetrax is a smart mounting solution

24.01.2014 by Sean Nurse

Tetrax is a smart mounting solution

MOST people would love to have a GPS system in their cars. The problems with these systems are that, as factory fitted options on a new vehicle, they tend to be quite expensive. Those who want a more traditional GPS sold by the likes of Garmin and TomTom will discover that these systems also stray into the expensive side of ...
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A smartphone doesn’t make you smart

05.04.2013

A smartphone doesn’t make you smart

RESEARCH shows that our phones are horrible distractions when behind the wheel. You may think you can get away with it, but as Gerhard Horn found out, you can’t.
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