I found this article noted in the forums of Smart Car of America. The article is in a magazine named Winding Road. The interface to the magazine isn't very easy to work but when you go to the website in the upper middle section named Featured there is an article called "HONDA FIT VS. SMART FORTWO" click on that to go to the article. When ready to turn the page use the blue arrows at the very top of the page to navigate. If you see an advertisement just click the arrow again to go to the page.
The article is written by Tom Martin and he does something most reviewers can quite understand. He reviews the car against its design points. That is to say; does the car do what it's suppose to do and how well does it do it. Wow, what a concept right? Others compare aspects of a car to others that are the best in its market. For example:
The 8 cubic feet of the smart fortwo is miniscule compared to the 1.3 cubic acres of the H1 Hummer.
The smart fortwo is a little tippy when attempt a 90 degree corner at 75 mph something the Bugatti Veyron does with little effort.
The smart fortwo's transmission seems jerky unlike the Toyota Prius transmission. (A little inside joke the prius transmission NEVER shifts. It has a continuously variable transmission and therefore nothing be "felt". But would seem to be worthy of a comparison in most reviewers' minds.)
You get the idea. Tom looked at what the smart was designed to be and compared it to a very good little car. The smart won. Enjoy!
Article: Honda Fit VS smart fortwo