Best and worst convertibles 2021
The best convertibles come with four seats and offer driving fun come rain or shine. We name the ones you should look for and the ones to avoid...
The saloon and coupé versions of the Mercedes S-Class are both very good indeed, and this open-top version is at the very top of its game. From its powerful yet smooth range of engines, to its luxurious interior, the S-Class Cabriolet offers a serene way to experience open-top motoring.
It's quiet, too, so even when the roof is down you'll barely need to whisper to be heard. It handles well for a car of this size, too. It is, quite simply, the best convertible car money can buy.
And the convertible to avoid...
Smart Fortwo Cabriolet
It's great if you live in the city, but rivals are far better to drive and offer more comfort.
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