Motorway can help you find a buyer for your Smart car. Whether you are selling a fortwo or a forfour, or a fortwo cabrio convertible, no matter the car’s age and mileage, we can help you sell your car.
You can start by quickly finding out the value of your vehicle. Enter the car’s registration into our online car value calculator. Following a quick discussion concerning your Smart car we will be able to give you a guaranteed price to buy your car.
We have a wide panel of buyers who specialise in buying the Smart brand. This expertise ensures they can pay a high premium for Smart cars, and will also net you the seller the best possible quote. Smart cars have earned a reputation in the last few years for being reliable and convenient modes of transportation, which has led to a great performance with regards to used car sales. The newer models from the fortwo and forfour ranges fetch the best premiums, however all models from this brand go for good comparative rates across the board on the online car buying market.
The online car buying and selling market is home to the likes of eBay, We Buy Any Car and Autotrader. Our quotes are intended to compete with these services as well as your local car dealer, we also offer to collect your car from anywhere in the UK and promise to match any price you are given by our car buying competitors.
The 2016 lineup for Smart features three ranges of car each with three different variants to choose from. Kicking off the rosta is the classic fortwo range. The coupe model of this range is the entry level car, while at the other end there is also an electric model available. The fortwo cabrio range includes convertible variants of all the models featured. If you are after some more space for passengers then Smart puts forward the forfour option. Again, this range affords three choices to the customer, with an electric model also available.
Sadly Smart cars received a luke-warm reception from buyers throughout 2016. The main driving force in terms of sales came from the company’s European commercial effort. Smart posted considerable positive growth spikes in all months of the year except July and August, with March seeing over 2,000 more units sold than in the same four-week period in 2015, making for a total of 11,857 in that part of the year. However in America the figures were not so positive. With the exception ofthe fortwo range, new registrations of Smart cars have been consistently declining in the US over the last five years. Optimists are hoping for a resurgence for the marque in 2017 and 2018.
Smart is an automotive division of the German company: Daimler AG. The company’s unique car design had its inception in the late 70s but these ideas did not come into fruition until much later. By 1994 the company had its first assembly plant location in Hambach, France. It was not until three years after, however, that the plant was opened and production began.
The company launched its first car in the form of the Smart city-Coupe towards the latter stages of 1998. This model range would go on to become known as the fortwo. Over the following few years the company went through a few change of hands with regards to parent company and several other manufacturers became part-owners. This did not slow Smart’s automotive production rate however and during the turn of the new millennium their model range began to expand. This expansion saw the introduction of a Roadster model and the forfour range.
Below we have listed some of the most recent Smart models sold via Motorway, however we can buy older Smart models too:
We can help you sell all Smart two-seater and four-seater cars and electric cars.