Convertible Car Reviews
We regularly test drive and review the latest roadsters and convertible cars.
While the previous generation Audi A3 always carried the label of being a posh VW Golf, the new Cabriolet feels like a classic Audi. So much so that it is easy to make comparisons with the old A4. It comes with all the classic ingredients, but there is innovation under the skin that brings it right up to date.
The 5-Seat Convertibles section in our buyers guide is a place of wonder and confusion. After the mighty Jeep Wrangler, a car that may be judged as impractical as it is characterful there remains only a small handsome french city car – the Citroen DS3 Cabriolet.
The VW Golf Cabriolet is an icon. In 1980 it was among the very first convertible versions of a hatchback car and in terms of sales the most successful. It’s tough to build new version of an iconic car and this latest version was a long time coming with the previous model going out of production back in 2002.
The Fiat 500C carries the baton passed on from an Italian icon. The family heritage is unmistakeable and while the new generation convertible is a thoroughly modern car it still has bags of character. We take an in-depth look at why the 500 is so popular.
Four seat convertibles are a great solution to those looking for a fun car that is still practical for a family to use every day. We give the Volvo C70 an in depth review to see what this luxury convertible car is like to live with.
The Mazda MX-5 is nothing short of a legend – being the car that returned the motoring world to its love of the roadster. We felt that there was no car more deserving of an extensive review.
Car fan and photographer Scott Bourne reviews his latest passion – a Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Convertible. This American icon proves to be more than just a good looking sports car and classic name.
The 2011 Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet was the convertible car no one expected. The four wheel drive crossover SUV convertible makes a new category of car and is surprisingly attractive.
The BMW 6 Series Convertible was never quite as desirable as it was capable. The all new model makes up for this with handsome good looks.
Renault have been hard at work developing two new convertibles to launch in 2010 and while the new Megane Coupe-Cabriolet hardtop convertible will be a new benchmark in its class the compact Renault Wind Coupé-Roadster will be the one getting most of the attention with it’s innovative roof and funky styling.
The new Audi supercar adds sleek convertible styling and a new level of wind-in-the-hair intensity to the already extreme driving experience.
As Infiniti enter the European luxury car market, we take a look at their new convertible offering to see how it measures up.
The BMW roadster has grown up with a more sophisticated folding hardtop design but has it lost what made it great?
Hardtop convertibles are a must have right now. We check out what the latest from the company who started it all…
Back in 2006 the original Bentley Continental GTC was the first car featured on Convertible Car Magazine. Back then it was something quite different to the other drop tops on the market. In the Bentley tradition it was big, fast, luxurious and came at a price that was out of reach of all but the privileged.
One of the most exciting and stylish new cars to become available in 2007 is the new Aston Martin Roadster. Based on the fantastic V8 Vantage Coupe, the Roadster adds even more exclusivity.