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I think you will get a squillion answers but what I did when I bought a car that smelt of smoke was...
Opened the window 2 inches left the engine running and had the hot blower on full for 10 minutes. (old army trick used to clear a vehicle of bad gasses, including human ones)
I got the seats and carpets done by the polish with there shampoo hoover thingy.
Its been fine since
Location: Going further than the station and back !!! ZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzz
another method is to soak two towels in white vinegar and leave them in the car over night or longer if poss. (one in the front, one in the back, in a container of some sort!!!) like atupperware or small ice cream tub!!!
distilled white vinegar is better, if you can find it!!