7 Best Hardtop Convertibles of 2018

2018 BMW 4 Series
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Traditional Hardtops

First we’ll cover traditional hardtop convertibles. When the roof is up, in place, and keeping the inside dry and warm, it looks a lot like a regular coupe with a regular roof. But when the sun is out and you want to put the top down, it folds away into the trunk.

Often, these are luxury vehicles, so their price tags can support the expensive technology required to fold the hardtop away at the push of a button. One downside is that the large segments of roof that fold away can take up a lot of the trunk space. A trunk that on a top-up day can hold your luggage may be less useful on a sunny top-down weekend getaway.