Although the second-generation Smart is improved, it's still not a smart choice unless easy parking is a priority. For 2018, only the electric-drive version is available. Tiny dimensions and a diminutive turning circle make it a breeze to park. We tested the discontinued turbocharged, three-cylinder, 89-hp engine. Handling is fairly responsive, but the ride is jittery and jumpy. Noise and vibration from the engine have been eliminated by the move to an electric drive system, but the driving range is short. Funky interior details and cheerful colors and textures abound, and the tall stance eases cabin access.