From £188.78 Per Month
Designed for urban living and the tiniest of parking spots, the Smart ForTwo Electric Cabrio is the ultimate soft-top city car. As a fully electric offering, the ForTwo Cabrio is also exempt from road tax and the London congestion charge. With enough tech and features to keep you comfy on trips to town, it’s an ideal car leasing choice for busy individuals who don’t want to compromise between city driving and the environment. To discover what’s on offer, take a look at these top Smart ForTwo Electric Cabrio leasing deals brought to you by LeaseFetcher. Check out our other Smart leases too!
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Leasing a Smart ForTwo Electric Cabrio
The Smart ForTwo Cabrio was launched in 2000, but like family members, the Smart ForTwo and Smart ForFour, this latest version only comes as an electric option with one convertible bodystyle. Now part of the Daimler-Benz Group (who also manufacture Mercedes-Benz), it’s one of the smallest convertibles on the market. Although it’s certainly neat, there’s still a respectable 260-litres of boot space to get your shopping in or luggage for a weekend away.
Smart cars are the ultimate city car, and this is reflected in their performance. The 60kW motor offering 82bhp means the ForTwo Cabrio is nippy and agile on bustling urban roads; you’ll also get up to 75 miles on a full charge which is all you need for day-to-day city living. If you do need to recharge, you can achieve 80% of battery charge in less than 40 minutes with a 22kW wallbox. A home wall box will give you the same result in just over three hours, or you can leave your Smart car plugged in overnight using a three-pin socket. Plus, as a 100% electric vehicle, there are zero CO2 emissions.
Choose from three trim levels: the entry-level Pulse Premium, the Prime Exclusive and the top-level Edition On - which isn’t officially a special edition but is only available in the ForTwo Cabrio and ForTwo Coupe models. The ForTwo Cabrio comes with 16-inch alloys but the Prime Exclusive and in particular, the Edition One, have sporty, eye-catching wheel spoke designs. If you’re looking for luxury, the Prime Exclusive and Edition One both come with leather seats, while the Edition One also offers premium exterior styling with high-gloss front spoiler, side sills and rear inserts. For a little more, you can set your Smart car up for colder months and upgrade to include the winter package with heated steering wheel and seats. The special editions include the Prime Premium and Nightsky which has extra equipment including an autonomous braking function.
From active brake assist with collision warning, crosswind assist to ensure stability on the road and a high-voltage deactivation system - the Smart ForTwo Cabrio comes with plenty of safety features. Front, side and knee airbags also help optimise driver and passenger safety. In terms of gadgets, there’s an 8-inch touchscreen display with Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and USB port to charge on the go.
Your Smart ForTwo Electric Cabrio comes with a 36-month warranty and no mileage restrictions. Your Smart battery is also under warranty for eight years or 62,000 miles - whichever comes first. For more details and advice on service options, head to the Smart website.
Finding a Smart ForTwo Electric Cabrio Lease Deal with LeaseFetcher
At LeaseFetcher, we make it easy to search for Smart ForTwo Cabrio lease deals because we bring top leasing offers from BVRLA car leasing brokers throughout the UK directly to you. Choose your new vehicle from a wide selection to suit your business or personal leasing needs and toggle between options like contract hire length, mileage and monthly payment amount. If you’re opting for a personal lease deal, remember that this will be inc VAT. You can also easily switch between manufacturers from Peugeot, Hyundai and Volvo to Volkswagen and Audi.
Frequently Asked Questions
Your Smart ForTwo Cabrio lease costs will depend on depreciation. Generally, new cars depreciate around 40% in their first three years so you can expect to pay this amount over a three-year lease. Depreciation is affected by the length of your contract hire, mileage and the initial payment. You’ll also need to consider the cost of the car itself as well as trim level.
Car leasing comes with a number of advantages. Not only are you able to drive away in a brand new Smart ForTwo Cabrio, you can upgrade to the latest model at the end of your contract. It also means you don’t have to worry about trading in and you won’t have to commit to a particular car for its lifetime and can lease a Nissan, Citroen or a Fiat car instead.