I have a question about the Smart Fortwo Brabus

does it have paddle (SP) shifters?

also does it have a regular drive or is it always manual?

i'm torn about buying a silver cabrio brabus or a white cabrio fortwo.

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Comment by Robert Stout on February 28, 2009 at 1:14am
The USA is short changed on the Brabus...Only in Europe do you get a more powerful engine with the Brabus...Are the cosmetics on the USA Brabus worth the price difference???---NO!!!!
Comment by Chuck Rogers on February 23, 2009 at 4:00pm
The Brabus is worth the extra money..upgraded suspension,headers and exhaust..more horse power ..I'm getting 46,2 mpg in town..but I'm old and don't use the paddle shifters often..great car..Chucky
Comment by Not so smart on February 23, 2009 at 12:16am
The Brabus is so much better looking then the regular smart. The wheels don't look like they belong in the Wild West. Suze is correct, It's worth it to look at one in person.
Comment by Suze on February 22, 2009 at 11:42pm
The brabus, passion and cabriolet are functionally identical. That is, they all have paddle shifters and can all be run in either manual or auto modes. The brabus has a a fancier finish. If you have a chance to visit a dealer, do it!

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