Thanks for the feedback
Posted 26 November 2004 - 10:48 AM
feedback on the Smart fortwo to help me determine if this car is practical
(my heart says "go for it" but one look at my wife and YIKES!)
I know ler, do what I want since it's my money, but a bit difficult when
ur married. Still trying to convince wifey Dun ask me why I am so
fascinated with Smart cause it's like luv on first sight thingy wor.
Here's the initial feedback i received from friends, family and AW members:
Total SMS sent out - 32
Total replied - 28 (3 via email wor)
Cuteness - 19 agrees
Too pricey - 22 says so
Want a ride if I buy her - 5 reserve liao
Kena ketuk for even thinking abt it - 3 (all from my family - says it's a
selfish car - only 2 seats mah)
Dun know what a Smart fortwo is - 2
Encouraged to go for the Cabrio - also 2
Posted 26 November 2004 - 11:02 AM
if you already has a family car and have the extra $$$ money , why not. I
have drove that little thing up to Cameroon Highland. No problem. The only
disadvantage is you really need to slow down while coming down using the
tapah way. I went up using the new Simpang Pulai way.
My wife wants that car so badly, hehe....
Pricey=not when you have the xtra $$$
selfish car=not if you have a family car/sedan car
so if you have the $$$ go for it
Posted 26 November 2004 - 11:26 AM
M'sians. When they spend $$$, they'd expect a practical car, value for
money, resale value, etc. So for a 2 seater car with price that can get an
unser, I'd say 90% would go for mpv, of course unless they've got $$$$ to
IMHO,if you've already got a family car, and like this 2 seater, why not
go for it. Decisions like this don't come by every day, but those who's
bold enough to go for it, it'll definately make heads turn.
Posted 26 November 2004 - 11:41 AM
few months back
Posted 26 November 2004 - 12:08 PM
Yup, already have a first car (wifey's car) which I am using for
everything else. I was looking for a coupe/hatchback (preferably a 2
seater) to replace my own car, a SGTi, since that car is a security
headache as well as a gas guzzler.
I was looking for a 2nd hand Toyota MR2, but so far, haven't come across
one that is in mint condition or unmodded model. I dun mind replacing my
performance machine with something else I can be proud of owning.
Satria00, I think that is the old batch. There's another at Mofaz opposite
hard rock cafe wor
Posted 26 November 2004 - 01:22 PM
handsome price... i hear security and petrol guzzling? do you think this
smart will be less?
the resale value... errr what resale value...??
might as well save up and buy a real (second hand) mercedes!
Posted 26 November 2004 - 03:35 PM
Heard that this car is economical, based on the reviews done in UK (have
to search under google) but maintenance is a concern
Resale value ... only matters if I intended for a 2 or 3 year ownership.
looking at at least 6 - 7 years wor
Posted 26 November 2004 - 03:55 PM
I'd buy it.
Posted 26 November 2004 - 05:08 PM
i am not sure of the maintenance but as fot the fuel consumption, I pumped
RM40 and it can go all the way to 600km that is 3/4 city and 1/4 highway.
still have fuel to drive around +-50km.
Posted 27 November 2004 - 07:52 AM