Smart models

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Smart car buying guide

What Smart models are there?

The Smart lineup kicks off with the Fortwo. This teeny-weeny city car has seating – you guessed it – for two people, giving it incredibly short and narrow dimensions, making it extremely easy to slip into tight spots other cars wouldn’t dare attempt. Aiding the Fortwo’s agility is an astonishingly tight turning circle, courtesy of the rear-axle-mounted electric motor, meaning most turns in the road can be completed in one go. This version is also available as a Cabrio, with a folding soft-top roof.

While the Fortwo might be the best choice for child-free city slickers, those who need the flexibility of a second row of seats will be better served by the Smart Forfour. This model is still incredibly compact on the road, but is a little easier to live with if you regularly carry people or cargo.


Which Smart models are SUVs?

Smart’s recently launched #1 model reveals what a future Smart SUV will look like – retaining the compact layout you’d expect from a Smart with a taller, more upright cabin echoing chunkier SUV models.


Smart’s entire range is now exclusively powered by electricity, with no more fossil-fuelled options anywhere in the lineup.

The Fortwo Electric comes with a 17kWh battery pack, which equates to a range of 81 miles on a full charge. This is a little shorter than some other EV choices, but it’ll probably be enough for drivers that mainly drive in cities and suburban areas.

The marginally larger Forfour Electric uses the exact same 17kWh battery pack as the Fortwo. In this car, that gives a range of around 78 miles – again, not a lot when measured against its rivals, but plenty for the intended user.

EQ is the Smart brand name for its electric lineup. This is borrowed directly from its parent company Mercedes, which also brands its electric vehicles under the EQ banner.

Looking at reliability surveys carried out by ReliabilityIndex, Auto Express and This is Money, Smart tends to perform mid-table for reliability, with engine problems singled out as a potential problem point. However, these issues are, hopefully, a thing of the past now that Smart has transitioned away from engines to far simpler battery and electric motor setups.

Of course! All used Smart cars sold by Motorpoint are offered with flexible hire purchase (HP) and personal contract purchase (PCP) finance options.