2011 Smart fortwo
18,083 Miles
$5,675

Gainesville, TX
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2011 Smart fortwo
43,836 Miles
$6,995

Phoenix, AZ
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2011 Smart fortwo
1,780 Miles
$9,000

Orlando, FL
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2011 Smart fortwo
47,923 Miles
$6,386

Delavan, WI
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2011 Smart fortwo
73,450 Miles
$4,995

Las Vegas, NV
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2011 Smart fortwo
28,382 Miles
$8,888

Maple Ridge,
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2011 Smart fortwo
76,300 Miles
$4,788

Mission,
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2011 Smart fortwo
58,089 Miles
$4,599

West Milford, NJ
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2011 Smart fortwo
38,296 Miles
$5,400

Sherman Oaks, CA
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2011 Smart fortwo
47,715 Miles
$4,995

Asbury Park, NJ
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2011 Smart fortwo
78,325 Miles
$6,488

Ocala, FL
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2011 Smart fortwo
72,577 Miles
$5,495

National City, CA
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2011 Smart fortwo
23,487 Miles
Accepting Offers

Grand Junction, CO
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2011 Smart fortwo
20,971 Miles
Accepting Offers

Statesville, NC
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2011 Smart fortwo
Accepting Offers

Laredo, TX
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2011 Smart fortwo
67,411 Miles
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Kingwood, WV
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2011 Smart fortwo Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
1 Review
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0

2011 Smart fortwo Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2011 Smart fortwo - Great car in a tiny package

Sarah Jane
Scranton, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
Personally, I love my fortwo - but it's definitely not for everyone. It's only a two-seater, which is a deal breaker for some, but it does have more storage/trunk space than you would expect from the outside. Overall, the car handles fairly well, gets pretty good gas mileage (40+mpg) and it certainly makes an impression.
Pros
The base models are quite affordable in the Smart line. The sport-shift transmission with paddle shifters is very useful on hills and high-torque situations when compared to a fully automatic transmission. Since there is no back seat, there is a lot of leg room for the passengers, even though the car looks tiny from the outside. The radio has an auxiliary input in the glove box that works with mp3 players and regular USB memory sticks.
Cons
The car takes only high octane gasoline (91 or higher). Also, if you drive strictly with the transmission in automatic, it is terrible on hills. The car always seems to want to stay in a lower gear than it should (usually for me, I notice it sticking in 2nd gear when I would have shifted to 3rd in a manual). This is pretty easily avoided once you get comfortable with the sport shift option, but it can be a bit intimidating in the beginning. The trunk space in the car is actually rather roomy, more than enough space for several bags of groceries, but it does have a 100 pound weight limit si... (more)

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