Although Mercedes-Benz had high hopes for the brand's city car nameplate, the Smart Fortwo has—so far—remained a very low-volume player in the U.S. market. Even so, that hasn't stopped parent company Mercedes-Benz from introducing a redesigned Fortwo, with coupe, convertible, and electric models.
Least Expensive: The Fortwo may be Smart's only offering in the U.S., but the car is offered in lots trims including the least expensive, the Pure Coupe that starts under $16,000.
Sportiest: The Smart Fortwo coupe and convertible offer a Brabus sport package that upgrades the suspension as well as curb appeal, with staggered 16-inch wheels in front and 17s in back, finished in a matte gray paint.
Most Expensive: With a starting price of over $20,000 before any potential tax credits, the Smart Fortwo Cabrio in electric form is the brand's most expensive offering.