Smart Smart Forfour Electric Hatchback 60kW EQ Premium 17kWh 5dr Auto [22kWch]

Electric power steering
Cruise control with speedtronic variable speed limiter
Crosswind Assist
Exterior temperature indicator with frost warning
Owners manual and service booklet in English
Acoustic presence indicator
Emergency call service
Rear Park assist with acoustic warning and reversing camera
Instrument display with battery charge status display and power display
Instrument cluster with multifunctional 3.5 inch colour TFT display and on board computer
22kW onboard charger with rapid charging function
Charging cable for household socket
Charging cable for wall box/charging stations
7 kW onboard charger
Single speed transmission
smart Media-System - 9" multi touch display, Bluetooth audio streaming/hands-free, Android Auto/Apple Car Play, DAB Radio, AUX/USB interface
Heated rear window
Body colour door handles
Roof antenna
White side indicators
Electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors
Body coloured bumpers
Body colour radiator grille
Panoramic glass roof with sunblind
Dark tinted heat insulated glass
Driving mirrors in tridion colour
85 degree opening rear doors
Door mirror with aspherically curved mirror glass on the driver's side
Rear window wiper with intermittent wiper control and automatic wipe/wash function
Comfort front windscreen wiper with intermittent wiper control and automatic wipe/wash function
Lockable service cover
H4 halogen headlamps with integrated LED daytime driving lights
Manual headlamp range adjustment
Third brake light featuring LED technology
Power windows with convenience opening and closing
Rear side wing doors
Height adjustable steering column
Height adjustable driver's seat
2 rear head restraints
Luggage compartment lighting
Front head restraints
Grey headlining
Storage compartment in rear doors
Automatic climate control
Brushed stainless steel sports pedals with rubber studs
Lockable glove compartment
Charge cable bag
Interior door opener in matt chrome
Load lashing eyes in luggage compartment
Dashboard and door centre panel in black fabric and accent trim in black/grey
Manually operated rear side windows
Ruffled pockets on front seat backrests
Driver/front passenger reading lights
Front passenger seat with through loading function with fully folding backrest
Driver/front passenger sunvisors with ticket holder
Driver/front passenger sunvisors with vanity mirror
Boot lighting
Backrest adjustment with one-touch function for driver and front passenger
Stowage net on centre console
12V socket with cover in centre console
3 spoke leather multifunction sports steering wheel with anthracite bezel and grey double stitching
Black leather gearshift knob
Fabric upholstery with white double stitching
Storage compartment in doors with net
Ready space seat-Swivell cushion,removable cargo box,2 cupholder/retractable stowage comp,rear backrest folded 50/50,cargo position 12degree
Centre console with roller cover and folding front centre armrest
I-size child seat attachment system for front passenger with manual airbag deactivation
Single front passenger seat
2 seat bench in 2nd row
Winter pack with heated rear seats - ForFour
Electronic Stability Programme
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Hill start assist
Child locks on rear doors
Anti-lock braking system (ABS)
Seat belts - Three-point, with seat belt tensioners and belt force limiters
Height adjustable seatbelts for driver and front passenger
Crash sensor for activation of hazard warning lights
Airbags - kneebag for driver
Active brake assist forward collision warning system with autonomous braking function
Airbags - side airbags for driver and front passenger
Airbags - windowbags front driver and front passenger
Rear belt status indicator in overhead control panel
Retaining strap for securing items on the front passenger seat
Airbags - driver and front passenger with manual deactivation on the front passenger
Central locking with radio remote control + visual locking verification signal and immobiliser
Drive lock - automatic door locking when driving
Folding key with remote control (Second key with fixed bit)
Summer tyres
16" 5 twin spoke alloy wheels painted in black with high sheen finish
Breakdown kit with air compressor and sealant back
CO2 0
Euro Emissions
NOX N/A
CC 1
Compression Ratio 1875
Cylinder Layout In - Line
Cylinders 4 Cylinder
Fuel Delivery Turbo
Number of Valves 370
Gears 1
Transmission Automatic
Combined 78.00
Urban 0.00
Extra Urban 0.00
Badge Engine CC 1
Badge Power 82.00
NCAP Rating
Vehicle Homologation Class N/A
0 to 60 mph (Sec) 12.29
0 to 62 mph (Sec) 12.70
Engine BHP 82.00
Engine KW
Engine PS 1200
Engine Torque 160.00
Top Speed 81
Front Tyres 185/50 R16
Rear Tyres 205/45 R16
Spare Tyre TYRE REPAIR KIT
Height 1554
Length 3495
Wheel Base 2494
Width 1665
Fuel Tank Size
Weight 1570
Roof Load Limit
Towing Weight Braked 1200
Towing Weight Unbraked
Number Of Seats 4

Ten Second Review

We're now well used to the idea of an all-electric smart fortwo. But what if you want all of that car's urban advantages but need more than two seats? That's where this forfour EQ model comes in.

Background

The advantages of all-electric cars are well documented, but they can be expensive to buy. That's been part of the enduring appeal of smart's fortwo EQ model which, after government grants, can be yours for just under £17,000. It only has two seats though, which for some urban folk will be unreasonably restrictive. These people may well like the idea of being able to get a five-door 'forfour' version of the same car for less than £500 more. Smart is banking on that anyway. The brand has been offering battery-powered models for a decade now and here, it's delivered its most sophisticated technology yet.

Driving Experience

Around town, this smart's driving characteristics are agile and lively, aided by an ultra-small turning circle. And on the open road? Well how does the thought of 0-60 in 4.8 seconds grab you? Okay, it's 60km/h but, thanks to 160Nm of torque in something this light, it's still respectably quick. 0-62mph takes 11.5s on the way to 81mph flat out. It's certainly brisk enough to be able to sidestep the brake pedal and catapult the little forfour off the line. That it does so without anything in the way of engine noise is even more impressive, the merest whirr of the uprated 60kW (82hp) electric motor accompanying a scarcely perceptible whine from the one-speed transmission. It's all very serene and makes city driving rather stress free. On the highway, you can theoretically reach an 81mph maximum, but this does rather chew the battery's range which, when driven a bit more sedately, can be eked out to up to 100 miles. An indicator on the dashboard lets you know how efficiently you're driving. Needless to say, you'll be tempted to gun it everywhere. It's too much fun not to. With all of the batteries mounted in the sandwich floor, the forfour electric drive has an admirably low centre of gravity and probably corners better than its petrol sibling. The lithium-ion battery's underfloor position is both thermally stable and good for crash protection.

Design and Build

No practical compromises have been made with this forfour model to incorporate the electric drive layout, so the recipe is much as it was in the (now discontinued) petrol version of this car. The forfour really does look like a smart fortwo that's been photoshopped into something longer and shares the smaller car's pug-like front end and the hallmark tridion safety cell. There's a lot of shape in the flanks, from the swage lines near the door handles to the almost Volvo-like shoulder line that's most apparent as it melds into the rear light cluster. Look down and there's a genuine concavity to the lower door panels, smart going a bit further than sticking a curved detail on there as you'd get on a Renault Clio or Captur. The cabin features as many quirky touches as you can stomach and it's good to see smart pushing the boat out a bit with colours and textures, including a technical mesh finish. At the price charged, this should be a car that feels premium and different to the usual citycar norm. It's still not huge inside, and the boot measures a mean 180-litres. The good news is that the rear doors open to 85 degrees (which makes getting in the back simple) and the rear seats fold completely flat, offering up to 975-litres of space.

Market and Model

There are two trim levels on offer to smart forfour EQ customers - 'premium' and 'exclusive'. The base 'premium' version costs from just over £22,000. That puts this smart against tough competition. An all-electric Renault ZOE would cost much more - and would give you more interior space - but obviously, it wouldn't be as small and nippy as this fortwo. Smart also offers two-door fortwo coupe and fortwo cabrio variants with the same battery powertrain. With the "smart control" app that comes with the car, lots of electric drive information can be accessed via smartphone, tablet or PC and functions such as pre-entry climate control or intelligent charging can be conveniently controlled remotely. Two programmable departure times can be entered in, meaning that intelligent charging and pre-entry climate control do not always need to be re-set for frequent journeys. Options include a 'winter package' with a heated steering wheel and the 'electric drive design' package that gives the vehicle an expressive look with tridion safety cell and door mirror caps painted in exclusive electric green. Were I a purchaser, I'd want to talk to my smart retailer about the cost of adding a wall charging box at home to decrease the total charging time from seven to six hours.

Cost of Ownership

Once you've found the upfront list price of this car, the savings just keep coming. So there are no road tax charges to pay, no congestion charges, no bridge tolls, very low maintenance costs, tiny company car tax levies and only the cost of your electricity to pay, variable of course based on your supplier and the time of day you charge. To give you some idea here, smart reckons that owners will be shelling out an average of between £1.60 to £2.40 in electricity charges every sixty miles or so, meaning that 6,000 miles would cost you only around £250 in 'fuel'. And, as long as you're buying your electricity from a renewable source, a warm and fuzzy green conscience comes as part of the deal. There's a three year warranty as standard, which you can extend to five years if you wish. This model now has a powerful 22kW on-board charger as standard, which has made possible a quick charging time of less than 40 minutes (from 10-80% charge). With the "smart control" app, the charging process can be conveniently monitored remotely, the app also including many more functions such as intelligent charging.

Summary

We quite like the idea of the smart fortwo EQ model, but we can't really see why you would buy one when this five-door forfour variant costs just £500 more and gives you so many more ownership options. Either way, you get a charming piece of technology that works extremely well, drives nicely and seems a perfect technological fit. In some ways, it's more convincing than a rival Renault ZOE at doing the citycar thing and makes vehicles like the Peugeot e208 and the Vauxhall Corsa-e look rather over-priced, though it can't match the operating range of models like that. If you only need a car for short town trips, that may not matter. A wider network of recharging points in car parks and service stations would be needed for vehicles like this smart forfour EQ model to really take off. That and further incentives to make electric cars more attractive to consumers. This smart appears to have the basics just about right though, and in urban areas particularly, it makes real sense.

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Electric power steering
Cruise control with speedtronic variable speed limiter
Crosswind Assist
Exterior temperature indicator with frost warning
Owners manual and service booklet in English
Acoustic presence indicator
Emergency call service
Rear Park assist with acoustic warning and reversing camera
Instrument display with battery charge status display and power display
Instrument cluster with multifunctional 3.5 inch colour TFT display and on board computer
22kW onboard charger with rapid charging function
Charging cable for household socket
Charging cable for wall box/charging stations
7 kW onboard charger
Single speed transmission
smart Media-System - 9" multi touch display, Bluetooth audio streaming/hands-free, Android Auto/Apple Car Play, DAB Radio, AUX/USB interface
Heated rear window
Body colour door handles
Roof antenna
White side indicators
Electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors
Body coloured bumpers
Body colour radiator grille
Panoramic glass roof with sunblind
Dark tinted heat insulated glass
Driving mirrors in tridion colour
85 degree opening rear doors
Door mirror with aspherically curved mirror glass on the driver's side
Rear window wiper with intermittent wiper control and automatic wipe/wash function
Comfort front windscreen wiper with intermittent wiper control and automatic wipe/wash function
Lockable service cover
H4 halogen headlamps with integrated LED daytime driving lights
Manual headlamp range adjustment
Third brake light featuring LED technology
Power windows with convenience opening and closing
Rear side wing doors
Height adjustable steering column
Height adjustable driver's seat
2 rear head restraints
Luggage compartment lighting
Front head restraints
Grey headlining
Storage compartment in rear doors
Automatic climate control
Brushed stainless steel sports pedals with rubber studs
Lockable glove compartment
Charge cable bag
Interior door opener in matt chrome
Load lashing eyes in luggage compartment
Dashboard and door centre panel in black fabric and accent trim in black/grey
Manually operated rear side windows
Ruffled pockets on front seat backrests
Driver/front passenger reading lights
Front passenger seat with through loading function with fully folding backrest
Driver/front passenger sunvisors with ticket holder
Driver/front passenger sunvisors with vanity mirror
Boot lighting
Backrest adjustment with one-touch function for driver and front passenger
Stowage net on centre console
12V socket with cover in centre console
3 spoke leather multifunction sports steering wheel with anthracite bezel and grey double stitching
Black leather gearshift knob
Fabric upholstery with white double stitching
Storage compartment in doors with net
Ready space seat-Swivell cushion,removable cargo box,2 cupholder/retractable stowage comp,rear backrest folded 50/50,cargo position 12degree
Centre console with roller cover and folding front centre armrest
I-size child seat attachment system for front passenger with manual airbag deactivation
Single front passenger seat
2 seat bench in 2nd row
Winter pack with heated rear seats - ForFour
Electronic Stability Programme
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Hill start assist
Child locks on rear doors
Anti-lock braking system (ABS)
Seat belts - Three-point, with seat belt tensioners and belt force limiters
Height adjustable seatbelts for driver and front passenger
Crash sensor for activation of hazard warning lights
Airbags - kneebag for driver
Active brake assist forward collision warning system with autonomous braking function
Airbags - side airbags for driver and front passenger
Airbags - windowbags front driver and front passenger
Rear belt status indicator in overhead control panel
Retaining strap for securing items on the front passenger seat
Airbags - driver and front passenger with manual deactivation on the front passenger
Central locking with radio remote control + visual locking verification signal and immobiliser
Drive lock - automatic door locking when driving
Folding key with remote control (Second key with fixed bit)
Summer tyres
16" 5 twin spoke alloy wheels painted in black with high sheen finish
Breakdown kit with air compressor and sealant back
CO2 0
Euro Emissions
NOX N/A
CC 1
Compression Ratio 1875
Cylinder Layout In - Line
Cylinders 4 Cylinder
Fuel Delivery Turbo
Number of Valves 370
Gears 1
Transmission Automatic
Combined 78.00
Urban 0.00
Extra Urban 0.00
Badge Engine CC 1
Badge Power 82.00
NCAP Rating
Vehicle Homologation Class N/A
0 to 60 mph (Sec) 12.29
0 to 62 mph (Sec) 12.70
Engine BHP 82.00
Engine KW
Engine PS 1200
Engine Torque 160.00
Top Speed 81
Front Tyres 185/50 R16
Rear Tyres 205/45 R16
Spare Tyre TYRE REPAIR KIT
Height 1554
Length 3495
Wheel Base 2494
Width 1665
Fuel Tank Size
Weight 1570
Roof Load Limit
Towing Weight Braked 1200
Towing Weight Unbraked
Number Of Seats 4

Ten Second Review

We're now well used to the idea of an all-electric smart fortwo. But what if you want all of that car's urban advantages but need more than two seats? That's where this forfour EQ model comes in.

Background

The advantages of all-electric cars are well documented, but they can be expensive to buy. That's been part of the enduring appeal of smart's fortwo EQ model which, after government grants, can be yours for just under £17,000. It only has two seats though, which for some urban folk will be unreasonably restrictive. These people may well like the idea of being able to get a five-door 'forfour' version of the same car for less than £500 more. Smart is banking on that anyway. The brand has been offering battery-powered models for a decade now and here, it's delivered its most sophisticated technology yet.

Driving Experience

Around town, this smart's driving characteristics are agile and lively, aided by an ultra-small turning circle. And on the open road? Well how does the thought of 0-60 in 4.8 seconds grab you? Okay, it's 60km/h but, thanks to 160Nm of torque in something this light, it's still respectably quick. 0-62mph takes 11.5s on the way to 81mph flat out. It's certainly brisk enough to be able to sidestep the brake pedal and catapult the little forfour off the line. That it does so without anything in the way of engine noise is even more impressive, the merest whirr of the uprated 60kW (82hp) electric motor accompanying a scarcely perceptible whine from the one-speed transmission. It's all very serene and makes city driving rather stress free. On the highway, you can theoretically reach an 81mph maximum, but this does rather chew the battery's range which, when driven a bit more sedately, can be eked out to up to 100 miles. An indicator on the dashboard lets you know how efficiently you're driving. Needless to say, you'll be tempted to gun it everywhere. It's too much fun not to. With all of the batteries mounted in the sandwich floor, the forfour electric drive has an admirably low centre of gravity and probably corners better than its petrol sibling. The lithium-ion battery's underfloor position is both thermally stable and good for crash protection.

Design and Build

No practical compromises have been made with this forfour model to incorporate the electric drive layout, so the recipe is much as it was in the (now discontinued) petrol version of this car. The forfour really does look like a smart fortwo that's been photoshopped into something longer and shares the smaller car's pug-like front end and the hallmark tridion safety cell. There's a lot of shape in the flanks, from the swage lines near the door handles to the almost Volvo-like shoulder line that's most apparent as it melds into the rear light cluster. Look down and there's a genuine concavity to the lower door panels, smart going a bit further than sticking a curved detail on there as you'd get on a Renault Clio or Captur. The cabin features as many quirky touches as you can stomach and it's good to see smart pushing the boat out a bit with colours and textures, including a technical mesh finish. At the price charged, this should be a car that feels premium and different to the usual citycar norm. It's still not huge inside, and the boot measures a mean 180-litres. The good news is that the rear doors open to 85 degrees (which makes getting in the back simple) and the rear seats fold completely flat, offering up to 975-litres of space.

Market and Model

There are two trim levels on offer to smart forfour EQ customers - 'premium' and 'exclusive'. The base 'premium' version costs from just over £22,000. That puts this smart against tough competition. An all-electric Renault ZOE would cost much more - and would give you more interior space - but obviously, it wouldn't be as small and nippy as this fortwo. Smart also offers two-door fortwo coupe and fortwo cabrio variants with the same battery powertrain. With the "smart control" app that comes with the car, lots of electric drive information can be accessed via smartphone, tablet or PC and functions such as pre-entry climate control or intelligent charging can be conveniently controlled remotely. Two programmable departure times can be entered in, meaning that intelligent charging and pre-entry climate control do not always need to be re-set for frequent journeys. Options include a 'winter package' with a heated steering wheel and the 'electric drive design' package that gives the vehicle an expressive look with tridion safety cell and door mirror caps painted in exclusive electric green. Were I a purchaser, I'd want to talk to my smart retailer about the cost of adding a wall charging box at home to decrease the total charging time from seven to six hours.

Cost of Ownership

Once you've found the upfront list price of this car, the savings just keep coming. So there are no road tax charges to pay, no congestion charges, no bridge tolls, very low maintenance costs, tiny company car tax levies and only the cost of your electricity to pay, variable of course based on your supplier and the time of day you charge. To give you some idea here, smart reckons that owners will be shelling out an average of between £1.60 to £2.40 in electricity charges every sixty miles or so, meaning that 6,000 miles would cost you only around £250 in 'fuel'. And, as long as you're buying your electricity from a renewable source, a warm and fuzzy green conscience comes as part of the deal. There's a three year warranty as standard, which you can extend to five years if you wish. This model now has a powerful 22kW on-board charger as standard, which has made possible a quick charging time of less than 40 minutes (from 10-80% charge). With the "smart control" app, the charging process can be conveniently monitored remotely, the app also including many more functions such as intelligent charging.

Summary

We quite like the idea of the smart fortwo EQ model, but we can't really see why you would buy one when this five-door forfour variant costs just £500 more and gives you so many more ownership options. Either way, you get a charming piece of technology that works extremely well, drives nicely and seems a perfect technological fit. In some ways, it's more convincing than a rival Renault ZOE at doing the citycar thing and makes vehicles like the Peugeot e208 and the Vauxhall Corsa-e look rather over-priced, though it can't match the operating range of models like that. If you only need a car for short town trips, that may not matter. A wider network of recharging points in car parks and service stations would be needed for vehicles like this smart forfour EQ model to really take off. That and further incentives to make electric cars more attractive to consumers. This smart appears to have the basics just about right though, and in urban areas particularly, it makes real sense.

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