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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Mercedes has faith in the convertible car it seems, with the E-Class Cabriolet filling the last gap in their range of 6 different models. This one takes the middle spot in their range of four seat convertibles.
The Mazda MX-5 RF has been unveiled today at the New York International Auto Show with a brand new hardtop convertible roof system for the popular Japanese roadster.
The Geneva Motor Show sees a launch of the first compact convertible Mercedes since the CLK finished production in 2009. The new Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet looks much like a baby S-Class Cabriolet with modern yet elegant lines.
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.