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Smart ForTwo Passion Turbo auto Tow Car For Sale

Smart ForTwo Passion Turbo 84bhp auto (with steering wheel paddel shift) 51300 miles MOT till 21/03/2021. With full Smart service history. £2800
Has new boot & bonnet panels fitted recently. Lacquer was bubbling & peeling off. N/S/F wing has started to bubble. I have a new panel.
Both lambda sensors replaced recently.
9 Spoke Alloy Wheels. O/S/F wheel has started to bubble as in picture, others OK
Both front springs replaced a year ago cos they broke.
Motorola bluetooth Stereo Integrated Hands Free. Stereo with Subwoofer.
Leather heated seats
Front fog lights
Electric Front Windows
Traction Control
Heated Rear Window
Service Interval Indicator
ABS+Electronic Brake Force Distribution
Passenger Vanity Mirror
Interior Light
Storage Compartments In Doors
Projector Headlamps Height adjustable
Remote Locking Fuel Filler Flap
12V Accessory Socket
Auto Door Lock When Driving
Speed Sensitive Front Wipers + Wash/wipe
Body Coloured Bumpers
Front Head Restraints
Rear Wash/wipe With Intermittent Wipe Setting
Leather Gear Knob
Full Size Driver And Passenger Airbags
SOFTOUCH Automatic Gear Programme
Digital Gear Display
Exterior Temperature Gauge With Frost Alarm
ESP + Hill Start Assist
Storage Compartment In Tailgate
Radio Remote Control Central Locking With Immobiliser
Retractable Luggage Compartment Cover And Net Bag
Auto Air Conditioning With Pollen Filter
2 Spoke Leather Steering Wheel
Bodypanels In Solid Paint
Panoramic Glass Roof With Sunblind
Smart Radio Nine Radio/CD Player with Subwoofer
TRIDION Safety Cell
Door Mirror Caps And Front Grille In Silver
Front Fog Lights
Temperature guage
Windows security etched
Two full keys & one without electrics
Front tyres 5/6 mm
Rear Tyres 4 mm
Spare rear tyre 4 mm

It comes complete with a Smart-tow braked towing system, with full 13 pin electrics.

How the system works:

The two eye bolts are screwed in by hand to the towing points (hand tight).
The A-Frame is attached very simply into the two pins and secured with 2 linch pins.
The A-Frame is attached to the rear of the towing vehicle using a standard tow hitch.
A 13 pin lead is attached with a half-twist action on both your motorhome and the car. This controls all the rear lights of the tow-car (a legal requirement).
The unique interconnecting lead also allows a trickle charge from the motorhome to the tow-car's battery when the motorhome is running. This ensures you never get a flat battery when you reach your destination.
A break-away cable is attached using clips.

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Each time I see the title of this post I wonder how you could not be embarrassed by ownership?!?

Well, at least it's given you a bump!

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Each time I see the title of this post I wonder how you could not be embarrassed by ownership?!?

Well, at least it's given you a bump!
Why ????
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ForTwo Passion Turbo?!? Maybe it's just me!

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Or wishful thinking of back seat activity, impossible in a Smart methinks..

But please, don't feel the need to prove me wrong. 🙃
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Or even memories Jean ?

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It is actually quite fun to drive. People often say they are surprised how well it goes.
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Yes Icarus. A friend of mine had one he towed behind his RV in Surrey and it was OK doing the shopping. But with pot holes and rough roads the small wheels made it a rough ride. But he loved it and towed it happily for years.

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Yes you need to avoid the pot holes.
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Or even memories Jean ? [IMG class=inlineimg]/images/MotorhomeFacts_2014/smilies/tango_face_wink.png[/IMG]

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I think I'd be looking for a bit more comfort Sandra - even in my younger days!
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