2690 Crater Lake Hwy Medford, OR 97504 541-973-2070
Great Gas Mileage Smart Car With Only 20,000 Miles
  • 2dr Cpe Passion
  • Black
  • Leather
  • 3 Cylinder Engine
  • Automatic
  • 2WD
  • 20,575
  • 6268
  • WMEEJ3BA0DK694100

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K&B Auto Complex


2690 Crater Lake Hwy

Medford, OR 97504


No Accidents Reported
10 Service History Records
Personal Vehicle

2013 smart Fortwo    


3-Cyl, 1.0 Liter Horsepower 70 @ 5800 RPM Torque 68 @ 4500 RPM

Fuel Economy City 34/Hwy 38/Comb 36 MPG





When the Smart Fortwo debuted in 2008, America's smallest car garnered an instant following as buyers flocked to this 2-seater for its low price, good fuel economy, and the sheer Euro-chic factor it brought to our shores. The years since have not been so kind to Smart, a subsidiary of Mercedes-Benz. Since its launch, the Smart Fortwo has been met with mediocre reviews and dwindling sales. Additionally, better vehicles such as the Scion iQ, Chevrolet Spark and Fiat 500 have entered the microcar scene. Meanwhile, cars such as the Ford Fiesta and Nissan Versa offer comparable fuel economy and more room at a similar price. The 2013 Smart Fortwo coupe and cabriolet can sneak into the smallest parking spots, along with the newest member of the family, an all-electric model. 

You'll Like This Car  If finagling your car into the tiniest of parking spots is a daily difficulty, you'll appreciate the fact that the Smart Fortwo is the smallest new car in America. At just 106.1 inches in length, the Smart is less than half as long as a regular-cab Ford F-150.

Driving Impressions

For a vehicle with such a short wheelbase – a mere 73.5 inches – the 2013 Smart Fortwo's ride is surprisingly comfortable. However, the Fortwo's road manners become increasingly skittish as it leisurely gets up to speed. This car is no picnic on freeways. We also grew tired of having to make constant steering corrections to keep the Smart Fortwo on course. Then there is the Smart's automated manual transmission, which changes gears with all the grace of a farm tractor. A top speed of 90 mph and a 13-second 0-60 mph time combine to make the Smart Fortwo one of the slowest new vehicles on the road. If there's a silver lining, it's that you get to "floor it" on a regular basis, and no self-respecting cop would ever pull you over. There is one thing the Fortwo excels at: maneuverability. With its tiny footprint and turning radius of under 30 feet, the Smart Fortwo could be the easiest vehicle you've ever parked. 

Favorite Features

With a 28.7-foot turning circle, you'd have to hop on a Schwinn to do better than the Smart. This enables the Fortwo to flip U-turns like nobody's business and slide into the tightest of parking spots.

A (legitimate) concern about driving a car as small as a Smart is the potential to collide with a larger vehicle, which in the Fortwo's case is, well, any other vehicle except a Smart. To ease those worries is the Smart's high-strength steel cell. Inspired by racecar roll cages, it helps distribute energy if a crash occurs.

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The old adage of "Never judge a book by its cover" is appropriate for the 2013 Smart Fortwo. Though tiny on the outside, the Smart's interior is surprisingly roomy. The Fortwo's tall shape creates ample headroom and legroom for two passengers, while the floating design of its dash adds to the cabin's sense of spaciousness. The Smart's rear cargo area is quite a bit smaller than that of a subcompact, but is large enough to swallow a bag of golf clubs. For further cargo flexibility, the passenger seat folds flat to carry additional items. 


With its almost toy-like size and shape, the Smart Fortwo looks like nothing else on the road. The Smart Fortwo has a tall profile, doors that take up the majority of its sides, and a long wheel-base relative to the car's actual length. Body panels are made of dent-resistant plastic, a plus for the shopping cart-laden urban environments for which the Smart is intended. On coupe models, the Fortwo's roof can be had as a conventional, solid one or as a large, see-through panel made from polycarbonate. Cabriolet models have an automatic soft-top that can be opened to various positions at any speed. Cabriolet models also have removable roof side bars for a more open experience, and a glass rear window housed within the fabric roof.

Online application available with rates starting at 4.24% O.A.C. Family owned with family pricing, apply today! 

Vehicle Options

  • 1.0L MPFI 12-valve I3 engine
  • 12V pwr outlet w/cover
  • 5-speed smartshift automated manual transmission -inc: manual shift mode
  • Anti-lock braking system (ABS) -inc: electronic brake-force distribution(EBD)
  • Coin holder
  • Cornering brake control (CBC)
  • Cup holder
  • Dome light
  • Driver & passenger knee air bags
  • Front full-size airbags
  • Front lower wishbone McPherson strut suspension w/anti-roll bar
  • Hydraulic brake assist (HBA)
  • Instrument cluster -inc: multifunctional display, fuel, coolant, service interval, trip mileage, clock
  • Intermittent rear wiper w/wash function
  • Leather shift knob
  • Lockable glove box
  • Outside temp display
  • Passenger seat occupancy recognition system
  • Projector beam halogen headlights
  • Pwr central lock system w/autolock
  • Pwr hydraulic front disc/rear drum brakes
  • Pwr tailgate release
  • Rack & pinion steering
  • Rear DeDion axle w/coil springs
  • Rear wheel drive
  • Rear window defroster
  • Remote keyless entry w/panic button -inc: rear window release
  • Seat belts w/belt tensioner, belt-force limiter
  • Storage areas -inc: door panels, beside steering wheel
  • Tire pressure monitoring system
  • Tire repair kit
  • Top tether for child restraint system
  • Visors w/passenger side mirror
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