Not that it matters in the US or Canada...
Smart's new 'Pure' trim makes its city cars even more affordable
City living has just become even more affordable thanks to the new entry level Smart cars, costing from less than £10,000.
Called the Smart Pure, it is the entry-level model for both Fortwo and Forfour, and features a 1.0-litre, three-cylinder petrol engine. Prices start at £9,995 for the two seater and £10,490 for the four.
This puts them directly in line with the Fiat 500 Pop, which costs from £11,490, and the Vauxhall Adam Jam which costs from £12,665, showing both Smart cars to be the cheaper option, whether in two or four door guises.
Producing 71bhp with a top speed of 94mph, both the Smart Fortwo and Forfour emit just 97g/km of Co2 and give the car an average of 67.3mpg.