Smart City 0.6i 55hp ForTwo

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Smart City 0.6i 55hp ForTwo review

Joint enterprise MCC (Micro Compact Car AG) was established by corporations Daimler-Benz and Swiss watch company SMH to create a City Two and a very economical mini-car Smart. Company Smart is a subsidiary of Daimler Chrysler. Smart City ForTwo created in the so-called "sandwich" platform with a capsule safety Tridion. The length of the body is only 2.5 meters. The design of the body is called "energy". Wheelbase 1812 mm. Curb vehicle weight is 720 kg, maximum - 980 kg. Smart has a lower center of gravity that reduces the risk of overturning of the vehicle on steep bends. Six-speed gearbox Softouch with changeable gear ratio and electric clutch. As standard equipment includes ABS, Dynamic Stability, "crash-manager, secure steering wheel, airbags for driver and passenger. More specs and user manual for Smart Sity 0.6 you can see in next overview.

Smart City 0.6i 55hp ForTwo

Smart City 0.6i 55hp ForTwo specifications

General information
Body type: Coupe
Doors: 2
Seats: 2
Curb weight: 720 kg.
Gross weight: 980 kg.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 599ccm
Power: 55hp @ 5250rpm
Maximum torque: 80Nm @ 2000rpm
Nutrition Distributed injection
Located at the back cross
Gas mechanism OHC
Location/number of cylinders: row/3
Bore x stroke: 63.5 mm x 63 mm
2 valves per cylinder
Compression ratio 9.5

Length: 2500 mm
Width: 1515 mm
Height: 1549 mm
Wheelbase: 1812 mm
Track front/rear: 1272mm/1354mm

Front Cross-lever
Rear Suspension De-Dion
Tire Size 145/65 -175/55 R15

Type of Gear-rack
The minimum diameter of 8.7 meters turn
Power Amplifier

Transmission type
Rear-wheel Drive
Number of transmissions (mech. box) 6
Front Disc
Rear Drum

Fuel consumption
Mixed cycle l. 100 km. 5 liters.
Fuel tank capacity 22 liters.

Dynamic performance
Maximum speed: 135 km/h
Acceleration time from their seats to 100 km/h in 17.2.

Smart Sity 0.6i 55hp City ForTwo
Smart Sity 0.6i 55hp For Two

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