The modern micro car
Smart cars were designed specifically for puttering around narrow European city streets. The Smart Fortwo’s extreme economy of dimension makes it the ideal vehicle for the urban dweller who needs to move themselves around and not much else.
If you want to get from point A to B to C, park wherever you want, and burn minimal fuel doing it, then Smart makes the perfect car for you. Book a Smart rental alternative on Turo for simple, affordable, and convenient transportation.
Smart positively defines the compact car segment. The Fortwo is no longer than nine feet from front to back, and with one of the tightest turning radiuses out there, it’s the perfect car for squeezing into those tight city block parking spaces.
The Smart Fortwo’s tiny 0.9L engine only produces 89 horsepower, but it doesn’t have much meat to lug around. You can easily manage around 40 mpg when you book a Smart rental alternative.
A futuristic and quirky design helps Smart vehicles avoid the visual borefest that plagues some other economy compacts. Their multi-tone body panels and friendly faces help Smart stand out from the pack.
Smart makes driving easy. The brand makes small, simple, no-frills compacts for the sensible city driver, and the Fortwo excels at what it was built to do. For everyday errands and convenient transportation, book a Smart rental alternative here on Turo and add a generous dose of ease to your travels.
The Fortwo is Smart’s only model sold in the US, though it comes in a couple configurations. The two-seater coupe is an excellent choice for urban and suburban travelers who need some wheels to quickly navigate around crowded streets and parking garages.
The Fortwo also comes as a convertible, with a power-folding soft top roof that can roll back like a sunroof or retract completely. Aside from the additional headroom, the Fortwo Cabrio is much the same as its coupe counterpart.
You can also have your Smart as an EV — the Smart Fortwo Electric Drive swaps the little three-cylinder for a 17-kWh battery pack. The EPA estimates a 57-mile range, so this electric version is best suited for short-range commuters.