Smart Forfour Reviews
Total Aggregate Score
7 / 10
It is cleverly engineered in many ways, colourful of personality and more capable in tight manoeuvres than anything but a ForTwo or a London taxi. Its novelty factor may wear off, but only for those that don't use its full capability.
3.5 / 5
City car cheekiness at a premium price.
3.1 / 5
The latest Smart ForFour is small enough to be a cinch to drive in town and its personalisation options will make you stand out, but it’s not a great motorway car.
3 / 5
The quirky-looking Smart Forfour is a pretty decent piece of machinery and it does have its charms; such as it's wide-opening doors, tight turning circle, and its clever and spacious four-seat interior.
3 / 5
The Smart ForFour is like the ForTwo but with two extra doors and seats - is it worth choosing over city car rivals?
6 / 10
A Renault Twingo that’s not quite so cool as a Renault Twingo. Sorry.
3 / 5
The Smart Forfour combines lots of space with funky looks, but it’s not good enough to beat the best in the class.