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Read the latest convertible reviews and test drives from the AutoGuide.com experts and watch our convertible video reviews to find out what drop-top is right for you. Each road test contains photos and detailed information on pricing and specs.
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- Alfa Romeo
- Aston Martin
- Coda Automotive
- Land Rover
We’ve driven them both, and here’s the scoop on how they feel so different despite sharing so much.
Longer, Lighter, Faster and track worthy, this drop top is a dream.
While the 2019 MINI Cooper S Convertible is as cute and playful as ever, it isn’t perfect.
The perfect combination: lots of speed and drama with plenty of grip.
No longer content to be the baby of Porsche’s sports car range, the 718 Boxster GTS is seriously fast.
The popular roadster gets a power bump, making it more fun to drive than ever before.
Throw away your nostalgia goggles and fall in love with the brutally exotic Lamborghini Aventador S Roadster.
The Mazda MX-5 is amazing, except for this one little thing.
Top down, V8 singing, smiles everywhere.
The Abarth tries its best to evoke the spirit of old-school sports cars.
We test the mid-range model as well as the best F-Type money can buy.
Big engine, small infotainment screen. A true old-school GT.
A look-at-me ride with a knock-you-out price.
Lamborghini drivers have to have loud and outward personalities, just like the cars themselves.
What is love? Baby, don’t hurt me.
It’s fast, lavishly built and loaded with thoughtful touches.
This thing is having a serious identity crisis.
It may not be the newest droptop on the market or the freshest Benz in the family, but it still has a lot to offer.
It’s Toyota 86 vs Mazda MX-5 Miata RF in this old-school sports car battle
This is a purpose-built weapon that’s really good at driving really fast — and in more than just a straight line.
In a world that has gone almost completely digital, the 2017 Mazda MX-5 Miata RF is very much analog.
Audi has taken notice of the common complaints drivers have about owning convertibles and fixed them.
Drive it like the cross-country cruiser it is, and you’ll see why the Mustang convertible hs been around for as long as it has.