New 2016 Smart Fortwo Cabrio Quotes

Performance

With tiny dimensions, a 1.0-litre petrol or 0.8-litre diesel engine and a small asking price the Smart Fortwo is a value city car. The engines either 1.0-litre petrol which provides 70, 83 or 101bhp outputs or the 0.8 diesel which get 54bhp all prove quick enough around town. Optional power steering is a big plus and helps take full advantage of the cars tiny size in squeezing into the smallest parking spaces. The electric model feels especially quick off the mark with instant torque in response to the rapid throttle response. Book a test drive via Askaprice.com to experience the Fortwo for yourself.

Running Costs

The Fortwo provides good efficiency with all model but some have better statistics than others. The small turbocharged engines achieve 55mpg whereas the diesel engine gets you 86mpg. Both cars are exempt from congestion charge or road tax which is great news for those looking to slash monthly bills. The micro hybrid drive model returns an impressive 65.7mpg while also falling below the magic 100g/km to dodge the congestion charge. Buyers opting for the Electric Drive model will have to take into account monthly lease payments in place of a large list price.

Equipment

There are three trim levels available for the Fortwo: Pure, Pulse and Passion. The entry level Pure model comes with the lowest price tag and the least amount of equipment. However, ESP Electric Stability Programme, anti-lock brakes, remote central locking, CD stereo and steel wheels do come as standard. With the Pulse model, alloy wheels, panoramic roof, rev counter and dashboard clock, leather steering wheel and electric windows are added. At the top of the range, Passion trim adds air conditioning, silver painted grille and door mirrors plus luggage compartment cover, switchable automatic gearbox and 12-spoke alloy wheels. For full details order a brochure through this website.