Convertible cars are a breath of fresh air. They come in all shapes and sizes from compact city cabriolets to roadsters and exotic luxury supercars. Every one of them enjoys a sense of open-air freedom and greater involvement in the driving experience.
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Full details of the updated new Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet have been revealed for introduction in 2018. The biggest change is a new range of engines.
Mazda UK has introduced the limited endition Mazda MX-5 Z-Sport model but if you want more power then BBR have something new to try with a new turbocharger kit.
A completely new design for the Jeep Wrangler has been launched at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The Wrangler is the only full-size four-door convertible car currently in production.
What happened to our usual ‘New Convertible Cars to Expect this Year” article? The truth is, it would have made pretty light reading. 2017 is particularly notable for an absence of new convertibles.
Not only has there never been a greater range of choice in the used convertible car market but with dropping numbers of affordable convertibles available new, demand is set to rise in future years.
‘Future Classic’ is an over-used phrase within the car industry, regularly used to describe any car with individuality or desirable features. In reality, few vehicles become really desirable as classic cars but it is possible to understand the recipe for success that may make a car sought after.