Improved handling, a more functional interior, and a dose of style are coming to the popular car sharing service

For years, Smart has struggled to make the fortwo coupe a sales success in the United States. You'd think that with the large number of cities in North America, the microcar designed for dense urban streets would have a solid base market. But the relatively pricey two passenger car with the quirky auto-manual transmission and three cylinder engine didn't attract a large volume of buyers. It gained a reputation for being too small, too slow and expensive compared to more practical standard hatchbacks.

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