The Smart ForTwo Cabrio is brilliant in town, but its rivals are better to drive and offer more comfort.read the full model review
There’s no real need to look beyond entry-level Passion trim. That’s because it comes with 15in alloy wheels, Bluetooth, climate control, LED daytime running lights, USB and Aux connections as well as a cradle that works with most smart phones and effectively offers a removable touchscreen that’s better than the optional one.,
This is the less-powerful, non-turbocharged version of Smart’s three-cylinder petrol engine, but it’ll do the job just fine for the majority of buyers in a car this small and light. It’s also the cheaper option to buy and run so it’s our pick of the range.