9 Best Roadsters for Summer

2017 Fiat 124 Spider
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U.S. News' Top-Ranked Sports Cars With Two Seats and No Top

As is the case in every comparison of vehicles by category, this overview of roadsters reveals that some models are much better than others. Yet, all of these cars have something in common: They are all great fun to drive, even the model with the lowest overall rating from U.S. News. You can take any of these cars out on a perfect day or night, lower the top, and be pretty sure that your drive will be enjoyable.

It is even possible to make the case that many of these models would be capable daily drivers. Convertible tops seal tightly when raised and many have multiple layers that insulate the driver and passenger from noise and temperature extremes. Some models even offer all-wheel drive – added confidence for buyers who will face slippery roads. So, let the fun begin.

The cars on the following slides are roadsters, meaning they have two seats and a drop top. We chose these models based on their scores in U.S. News sports car and luxury sports car rankings. Our rankings are updated constantly as new expert reviews and data become available, so the scores may change over time.