Details are hazy, but this is what we know, or rather what we think we know: Smart is planning to show us a flatbed pickup truck concept at the Detroit auto show next month.
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Hybrids aren't the only option for consumers looking for fuel-efficient 2011 new cars.
There's an age-old argument among car enthusiasts that you have to sacrifice horsepower to get higher miles-per-gallon and vice versa.
Almost a decade and a half ago the Smart ForTwo ruled the microcompact segment when it was first introduced back in 1998.