Top 3 Best Convertible Cars To Buy In 2020
A quick review on our top 3 UK convertible and cabriolet cars that you should seriously be considering in 2020.
April 27, 2020
Already planning the road trip of a lifetime for once this is all over? We have just the selection of convertible cars that will take your adventure from incredible to unforgettable. It’s been difficult to narrow the list of the best convertibles in the UK down to just 3 models but we’re certain we’ve got the best 3 in our top 3 right here.
1. Ford Mustang Soft Top Convertible
Let’s begin with one of the most iconic muscle cars to ever grace our UK roads – the Ford Mustang. The recently announced world’s best-selling sports car is a magical motor set to turn up the heat on any adventure it’s taken on. It’s extremely stylish with a distinctive road presence so huge, it won’t just turn heads, it’ll break necks.
But what’s cooler than a Ford Mustang? A Ford Mustang with a convertible soft-top roof perfect for the upcoming summer breeze.
The Ford Mustang Convertible can be driven as a 2.3-litre EcoBoost petrol pumping out 290bhp, or a monster 5.0-litre V8 GT producing an eye-popping 450bhp. Both engines can be mated to a six-speed manual or 10-speed automatic transmission.
The Ford Mustang Convertible has an advantage over many other convertible and cabriolet models in the way that it is slightly longer than all of them. For that reason, the Mustang Convertible offers up to 332-litres of boot capacity to store your luggage in. Its boxy shape also means that it avoids intrusions and can stack cargo without having to adhere to rounded or curved areas.
The four-seat convertible makes for a great family car too with 2 Isofix mounts in the rear seats.
Driving dynamics are second to none behind the wheel of a Mustang Convertible. Speaking of which, your Mustang Convertible will drive on unique 19-inch alloy wheels connected to a suspension you can modify on the go with a set of driving modes so you can get the most out of each journey. Prepare to hit 0-60mph in just 4.2 seconds in the Ford Mustang GT Convertible with Performance Pack.
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The Japanese brand has introduced its signature Polymetal Grey colourway to the MX-5 range for “a new visual expression of quality by emphasising the interplay between light and shadow.” Mazda goes on to claim the “2020 Mazda MX-5 is more than a sports car. It\'s the champion of roadsters” and we may just have to agree.
You’ll sit deep and low in the MX-5 giving you the ultimate race car feel and to keep the sports car as lightweight as possible, your MX-5 Miata is hollowed out to provide only the bare minimum inside. That means no glovebox, door pockets or cubby holes but this of course opens leeway for more legroom and general interior cabin space which puts emphasis on the light and airy quality of the roadster.
If you’re ready to take on the iconic Mazda roadster once it\'s safe to do so, why not snap up a deal before it\'s too late?
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Nissan’s 370z is built for the rebellious driver who seeks nothing but real, raw and rapid fun. Fold back the roof and the Nissan 370z Soft Top Roadster provides you with a traditional, uncomplicated sports car. It shares the same engine as the Coupe, steers just as well and accelerates just as hard on 19-inch alloy wheels.
Under the bonnet of the Nissan 370z Convertible is a 3.7-litre V6 engine backed by a beastly 328bhp and 363Nm of torque. Available as either a 6-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. Opt for a SynchroRev Match system for a 6-speed manual transmission included in the Nissan 370z Sport Package.
Search through our latest Nissan 370z deals available at your local Sandicliffe Nissan or enquire today.