It is fun to drive. Gas mileage is great for a non-hybrid/gas-only vehicle. (I wish they marketed the diesel model in the US). Easy to park. You don't have the sense that you're in a "micro" vehicle. I tell people that it is small on the outside and big on the inside.
Bought it for my lady because she was taken by it and I have to tell you it's so much fun to drive. It's extremely roomy I'm 6,2 250 and I've had friends of equal size in it with me and no problems bumpin elbows. You can have two people in it and a completely full shopping cart worth of groceries will fit in back. Once you learn how it shifts into 1st gear (which should take five minutes if you know how to drive) then your good to go. Great for parking gas mileage and comfort. I recommend. ENJOY!!!
It's fun but not a car. It would definitely depend on the friend. Again - the Smart is NOT a car. Many people who've been disappointed with the Smart are comparing it to a car and I've decided that that is not what the Smart actually is. It's actually a go-cart. Gas mileage, performance, handling, comfort are equivalent to a go-cart with a nice interior and a surprising amount of clever storage space. So if you think it might be fun to drive a go-cart daily, the Smart is for you. I personally love it. I grocery shop, take long-ish trips in it, take my dogs too and from the park in it, etc etc. It's my daily driver.
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Published on Friday, November 18, 2016
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