Although the second-generation Smart has the same 8.8-foot length as the original, the ForTwo is completely redesigned. Tiny dimensions and a diminutive turning circle make it a breeze to park. Handling is fairly responsive but the ride is jittery and jumpy. Noise and vibration from the turbocharged, three-cylinder, 89-hp engine buzzes through the car. The six-speed dual-clutch automatic replaces the original's rocky-shifting transmission. Given the car's size and slow acceleration, you'd expect better than 36 mpg overall on premium fuel. Funky interior details abound, but the two-seat cabin is snug and thick roof pillars block some view.