As standard, the tiny 2017 Smart Fortwo Pure (the base trim) starts at $15,400 ($750 destination charge included). The standard features on this model include:
- 15-inch steel wheels
- LED daytime running lights
- Cruise control
- Automatic climate control
- Cloth upholstery
- Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity
- Two-speaker audio system with a CD player and USB port
- Power windows
All Fortwo models use a 900-cc, turbocharged three-cylinder engine with 89 horsepower and 100 pound-feet of torque. A five-speed manual is standard, although a six-speed dual-clutch automatic is an option. Thankfully, the last-gen Smart's automated manual is dead and gone.
In addition to the Pure, Smart offers three additional trims – Passion, Prime, and Proxy, which tops out at $18,480 – that up the equipment standards considerably. Smart also offers a convertible version of the Fortwo. This is the last year of production for the gas-powered Smart line, as the company announced it will sell only Electric Drive-equipped models in 2018.