MCC Fortwo

Model Årgang Motor HK Km/t CO2
Fortwo Cabriolet 2005 698 ccm 48 - -
Fortwo Cabriolet 2004 698 ccm 48 - -
Fortwo Cabriolet 2003 698 ccm 49 - -
ForTwo Cabriolet 2002 599 ccm 43 - -
Fortwo Cabriolet 2001 599 ccm 43 - -
Fortwo Cabriolet 2000 597 ccm 43 - -
Fortwo 0.6 Cabriolet 2000 599 ccm 52 - -
Fortwo 0.8 D Cabriolet 2000 799 ccm 39 - -

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