Smart is a subsidiary of Mercedes-Benz, a brand whose commitment to quality is world-renowned.
The 2013 Smart Fortwo coupe can sneak into the smallest parking spots making it a perfect car for running around town where you'll appreciate the fact that the Smart Fortwo is just 106.1 inches in length--less than half as long as a regular-cab Ford F-150. For a vehicle with such a short wheelbase – a mere 73.5 inches – the 2013 Smart Fortwo's ride is surprisingly comfortable. A top speed of 90 mph and a 13-second 0-60 mph, the maneuverability is exceptional. With its tiny footprint and turning radius of under 30 feet, the Smart Fortwo could be the easiest vehicle you've ever parked.
Safety is also strongly considered, evident by the eight airbags and the TRIDION SAFETY CELL (the Smart's high-strength steel cell). Inspired by racecar roll cages, it helps distribute energy if a crash occurs.
VEHICLE DETAILS Interior The old adage of Never judge a book by its cover is appropriate for the 2013 Smart Fortwo. Though tiny on the outside, the Smart's interior is surprisingly roomy and very comfortable for two people. The Fortwo's tall shape creates ample headroom and legroom for two passengers, while the floating design of its dash adds to the cabin's sense of spaciousness. The Smart's rear cargo area is smaller than that of a sub-compact but is large enough to swallow a bag of golf clubs. For further cargo flexibility, the passenger seat folds flat to carry additional items.
Exterior With its almost toy-like size and shape, the Smart Fortwo looks like nothing else on the road. The Smart Fortwo has a tall profile, doors that take up the majority of its sides, and a long wheelbase relative to the car's actual length. Body panels are made of dent-resistant plastic, a plus for the shopping cart-laden urban environments for which the Smart is intended. On coupe models, the Fortwo's roof can be had as a conventional, solid one or as a large, see-through panel made from polycarbonate.
Under the Hood The 2013 Smart Fortwo is powered by a 1.0-liter, 3-cylinder Mitsubishi engine that makes 70 horsepower. That isn't a lot of power, but at less than 1,900 pounds, the Smart doesn't have much mass to move. The engine is located in the rear of the Smart and, unlike most other small cars of its ilk, drives the rear wheels. The transmission is an automatic. Highway fuel economy on the Smart is rated up to 38 mpg.
Personal Details I am the second owner of this car. I bought it in February 2018 for my wife of 35 years, who thought she wanted a little car to go back and forth to the grocery store. I bought the car from a local dealer and had it fully inspected and serviced at Mercedes Benz in Plano, TX. I also had $1200 worth of new tires and wheels put on it. And she never drove it. It has been garage-stored and the 500 miles I've put on it in the last 14-months just don't justify us keeping it. The body has some marks/scrapes from the first owner, but overall the car is in very good shape and runs fantastic (as you'd expect for low miles with new tires). I have bought and sold many vehicles on and have perfect feedback. I'm honest and expect you to be too. I can send you the CarFax Report and will answer all questions from all serious buyers.
|VIN (Vehicle Identification Number):||WMEEJ3BA0EK733706||Mileage:||20600|
|Warranty:||Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty||Trim:||Coupe|
|Vehicle Title:||Clear||Engine:||1.0L I3 F DOHC 12V|
|Options:||CD Player, Leather Seats||Drive Type:||RWD|
|Safety Features:||Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag, Side Airbags||Power Options:||Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows|
|Exterior Color:||White||Fuel Type:||Gasoline|
|Interior Color:||Black||For Sale By:||Private Seller|
|Number of Cylinders:||3||Disability Equipped:||No|