Smart Forfour

Smart Forfour is a German supermini class car from Daimler AG line. The first generation of cars was produced from 2004 to 2006, the second from 2014 to the present. Initially, the car was made in the Netherlands and had a lot in common with the model Mitsubishi Colt of the 2003 model. In 2005, a sports version appeared. The second generation of the model is significantly different from the first and is built on a platform with Renault Twingo. For 2015, more than 1.7 million copies of the 2nd generation Forfour have been sold.

Engine Renault H4D

The 1.0-liter Renault H4D or 1.0 SCe engine has been produced at the plant in Brazil since 2014 and is used in models such as the Clio and Twingo, as well as the third generation Dacia Logan and Sandero. This power unit on a car from Nissan is known as HR10DE, and on Smart under …

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Engine Mitsubishi 3A91

The company assembled the 1.1-liter 3-cylinder Mitsubishi 3A91 engine from 2004 to 2012 and installed it only on the sixth generation of the Colt model and the Smart hatchback similar to it. According to the nomenclature of the Daimler-Chrysler concern, such a power unit is known as the Mercedes M134.

Engine Mitsubishi 4A90

The 1.3-liter Mitsubishi 4A90 gasoline engine has been produced by the Japanese concern since 2004. They installed it on the sixth generation Colt, Smart Forfour, and in 2012 they gave it to the Chinese. This power unit was developed in cooperation with the well-known company Daimler-Chrysler.

Engine Mitsubishi 4A91

The Japanese company has been assembling the 1.5-liter Mitsubishi 4A91 gasoline engine since 2004 and putting it on such popular models as the Colt and Lancer, as well as many Chinese cars. This power unit was created as part of a joint venture with Daimler-Chrysler.

Engine Mitsubishi 4G15T

The 1.5-liter Mitsubishi 4G15T or 1.5 Mivec Turbo engine was produced from 2004 to 2013 and was installed on charged versions of the Colt CZT and Ralliart models, as well as the Smart Forfour Brabus. According to the nomenclature of the Daimler-Chrysler concern, such a power unit is known as the Mercedes M122.

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