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Nobody Is Going to Steal This Car

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That lock may seem a little bit too big, but I know some parts of New York in which you will need to use it. A reader sent us another image:

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Obviously, it's part of a Smart advertising campaign, telling people that their cars are so small and light that a bunch of kids could probably send one rolling down the street, with their bare hands. Or something like that. [Thanks Roberto!]

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tendomentis
tendomentis

Gods, why all the hate for the Smart car in the comments?

Maybe it isn't the stereotypically large car that most Americans seem to want these days, but it drives like a dream (thanks to it's Mercedes lineage), and while the American-ized version doesn't get as phenomenal mileage as its European counterpart, it still is respectable mpg for a US car.

Wake up peoples...the era of huge cars is over. In twenty years, your kids will think a Smart car is huge compared to what they drive then.