Last modified: Apr 13, 2024


Here you find all details about range and consumption for Smart #3 Brabus.

The range will vary depending on several factors. Like how fast you drive, the temperature, wet or dry road, and the equipped equipment. On this page, you will find a diagram and tables with the standard test cycle results like WLTP and EPA and estimated real-world range in different environments.

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Official test cycle results

Below are the officially rated ranges. The tests are performed with the heating/AC turned off. Click on the links in the table for more details about test procedures.

WLTP range basic trim415 km / 258 mi14,94kWh/100km / 4,2 mi/kWh
WLTP range top trim415 km / 258 mi14,94 kWh/100km / 4,2 mi/kWh
EPA range minimum trim426 km / 265 mi14,6 kWh/100km / 4,3 mi/kWh
EPA range top trim426 km / 265 mi14,6 kWh/100km / 4,3 mi/kWh

Official test cycle results with added heating

The table below shows how turning on heating/cooling on a cold/hot day affects the official range.

RangeRange reduction
WLTP range basic trim with 2KW AC322km / 200 mi-22,4%
WLTP range top trim with 2KW AC322 km / 200 mi-22,4%
EPA range basic trim with 2KW AC329 km / 204 mi-22,8%
EPA range top trim with 2KW AC329 km / 204 mi-22,8%

Real world range estimates

The table below shows some estimated real-world examples in perfect condition and in conditions needing A/C to heat or cool vehicles. See our range guide to see how the range is affected in real world.

90kmh/56mph perfect condition360km / 224 mi17,2 kWh/100km / 3,6 mi/kWh
90kmh/56mph with 2KW heating328km /198mi19,4 kWh/100km /3,2 mi/kWh
120kmh/75mph perfect condition262 km / 163 mi23,7 kWh/100km / 2,6 mi/kWh
120kmh/75mph with 2KW heating245 km /152mi25,4 kWh/100km /2,4 mi/kWh

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