Smart ForTwo EQ review

Passenger & boot space

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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

The Fortwo’s interior is small, but there's still enough room for a couple of tall adults to get decently comfortable. There’s some storage space, too, with small door pockets, two cupholders and a little glovebox.

Boot space is claimed to be up to a reasonable 350 litres (340 for the Cabrio). It’s an awkward shape, though, hindering its practicality, so fitting in items such as a large suitcase or pushchair just isn’t going to happen; a couple of weekend bags is about your lot.

Of course, being the Fortwo model, there are no rear seats, so if you need a city car that can carry up to four passengers and a sensible amount of luggage, we’d direct you to the Zoe instead.

Smart ForTwo EQ Cabrio front seats
Smart ForTwo EQ Cabrio side profile
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