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I have seen a lot of discussion about why Smart Cars. Well for me it's because a few years ago I bought a motorhome with a garage to carry my 1000 Razor ,the razor around 12 ft my garage only 10 ft. What too do. 45ft is long enough with-out adding a trailer.
 

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I have seen a lot of discussion about why Smart Cars. Well for me it's because a few years ago I bought a motorhome with a garage to carry my 1000 Razor ,the razor around 12 ft my garage only 10 ft. What too do. 45ft is long enough with-out adding a trailer.
 

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I have a 2009 convertible how do I know if it's a 451, 453 ,etc.
Unless I am mistaken, all 2009 are 451.
The 450 was 1998-2007
The 451 was 2007-2014
The 453 was 2014 on.


Why did I want a Smart? I have this thing about weird little cars. Crosley, Isetta, American Bantam the list goes on, but if it's quirky and small, I'm interested.
 

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Hi, we all have our reasons for buying a Smart car, and mine was by just spotting a lot of 450's in 2003 on a transporter sitting in a truck stop in Switzerland while on holiday. I was so desperate to buy one of these funky little cars, I bought one the minute I got back to the UK, and have owned, the 450, the 451, the roadster soft top, and three 453's. That's six Smarts from 2003 to 2019 (we still have two 453's, a coupe and a cabrio). Unfortunately that will be it, as Smart no longer make petrol (gas) engined cars. Pity!
 
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