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Convertibles are about as old as the automobile itself. The appeal of roofless driving goes back to when horses ruled the roads, and there's still nothing quite like feeling the wind in your hair at speed. Some convertibles have fabric soft tops; others have power-folding hardtops. Removable hardtops were more popular before the recent power-hardtop revolution, but the Jeep Wrangler continues to offer this functionality. Other current examples of convertibles include the Chevrolet Camaro, Ford Mustang, Mazda MX-5 Miata, Mercedes-Benz SLK-Class and Porsche 718 Boxster.
First and foremost, convertibles are about fun in the sun. As such, you can expect to make certain compromises in terms of practicality. Power-hardtop convertibles have particularly small trunks because the folded roof takes up a lot of space. As a general rule, convertibles just aren't very good at hauling cargo. They also tend to have either cramped backseats or none at all, and visibility suffers with the top up relative to comparable vehicles with fixed roofs.
But people don't buy convertibles for Home Depot runs or family road trips. They buy them because the smiles per mile are unsurpassed. Whether you choose a pint-sized Miata roadster with a four-cylinder engine or a Chevrolet Corvette with a roaring V8, you'll enjoy a uniquely engaging driving experience that keeps you coming back for more.