The Smart ForTwo EV is dirt cheap, for a fully electric car. With a $7,500 federal tax credit it will cost you just $17,500. Since electric cars never need to shift gears, the ForTwo ED does away with the most objectionable part of the gasoline-powered Smart ForTwo, which its clumsy automatic transmission. What your left with is a pretty decent, and fun, city car.
Honda's new all-electric plug-in is fun to drive, has good range and doesn't disappoint with space.
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