Originally posted by mark beiser Won't be seeing those in the USA any time soon. No way they could build one of those things that compact that will come even close to meeting US crash safety standards.
you would be suprised.
They dont advertise them as the ones for canada are sold before they get here.
Great for around the city, not for the highway, cant be seen
is actually a ford. I cant remember who makes those but when we were in Rome we called um "Flying Doors"
They were buzzing around everywhere but when 1 would drive by it looked like a car door on wheels. Hell- ya should see um park. I bet they have a turning radius of 12'! I guess ya could park one in your mailbox!
My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
Originally posted by spotts is actually a ford. I cant remember who makes those
Sorry, made by smart, being sold under mercedes, a division of Daimler chrysler.
Are approved to be sold in the us but arent due to manu believing no market for small car, making an SUV to be released in 06