Clever packaging, great interior, cute, frugal
Lumpy ride, jerky automatic box
Demand for this ultra-chic city car really took off when right-hand-drive models hit the market. Before that it was available in left-hand-drive and there are now a small amount on the used market. As a result, prices for the original left-hand-drive cars have fallen to tempting levels. Buyers are attracted to its economical tiny engines, ease of parking and the attractive cabriolet.
On sale in the UK since 2000, the range was re-branded fortwo from the start of 2004.
What owners say about this car
It does what is expected of it, cheaply. It's brilliant around towns for parking and there's plenty... Read owner review
Easy parking, particularly when manouvering around crowded Multistoreys... Read owner review
Low running cost, spacious for two people, mpg good, love the full glass roof and you can get a lot... Read owner review