Avoid Buying These 10 Convertibles At Any Cost

With millions of cars on the market, you should never buy and avoid buying these 10 convertibles at any cost. 


No matter what kind of name you have for these cars, such as top-down, convertible, cabriolet, top-less or soft top. One just couldn’t argue that these cars are just so much fun. The cold breeze flows through your ears while cruising down the seaside highway roads while just enjoying the driving and living the best moments of your life. No matter the climate you’re driving in, you don’t have to worry about anything. These cars are even better with these weathers to provide a fully visceral experience. With Britain buying the highest number of convertibles in the world, you can see for yourself that fun is more appealing than the unfortunate climate. There are however some cars which may look good but are best if not bought. Here are the 10 convertibles you should avoid buying

10. Chrysler PT Cruiser Convertible

Chrysler PT Cruiser Convertible

Chrysler was making good cars in their time with a good durable body and tried and tested design. And then they made the Chrysler PT Cruiser Convertible. The regular car didn’t sell much but it was a decent car. But things went south when Chrysler introduced the convertible version of the regular PT Cruiser. The design wasn’t good, it was really ugly. 

9. Nissan Murano CrossConvertible

Nissan Murano CrossConvertible

The Murano CrossConvertible was a car that was ahead of its time. Nissan went really far with the Murano when they transformed their SUV into a cabriolet version. But as a con of being ahead in time, the general people often tend to not appreciate your work and as to what happened with this one. 

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8. Mitsubishi Colt CZC

Mitsubishi Colt CZC
Mitsubishi Colt CZC

Long before the Nissan Murano, Mitsubishi already failed themselves with their Colt CZC 5 years before the Murano. Mitsubishi collaborated with popular designer Pininfarina on this car. But nobody knows what happened, this car was a great failed attempt during the production years of the CZC

7. Chevrolet SSR Convertible

Chevrolet SSR Convertible
Chevrolet SSR Convertible

Chevrolet introduced the Super Sport Roadster in 2003. It packed a really massive engine that was capable of producing great performance. But no matter how far the specifications of the car were, the design of the SSR convertible was just a bad-looking car. Owners tried very hard to modify this one but this car was best suited in a coupe or a hard-top version. 

6. Chrysler Sebring

Chrvrolet Sebring
Chrvrolet Sebring

I promise this is the last Chrysler on the list. They designed the Sebring to rival the BMW 3 Series and the Mercedes C Class. However the car failed due to a flawed design that took more inspiration than it should from their rivals, and it felt like a copy. It was dull and just not meant for gearheads. 

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5. Rover 100 Cabriolet

Rover 100 Convertible

There are just some cars which are just made but don’t know for what intent. The Rover 100 Convertible was designed to appeal to the younger generation, but the lack of inspiration and dull design wasn’t the first thing to notice. The Rover 100 met with a poor driving style and an underwhelming 100 hp 1.4-liter engine. 

4. Nissan Micra C+C

Nissan Micra C+C

The Nissan Micra was undoubtedly one of the most recognised cars they built between 2005 and 2009. The cute and compact car had good driving and a sporty design. But just like the Morano CrossConvertible, the Micra C+C didn’t grab much attention from the masses. 

3. Renault Wind Cabriolet

Renault Wind Convertible

Renault made the affordable two-seater convertible to provide a fun driving car to as many people as possible. But with Renault’s sporty chassis and good engine choice, the car couldn’t save itself from a poor overall performance. The Wind convertible was named as a joke to the people with no meaning to its name. 

2. Volkswagen T-Roc Convertible

VOlkswagen T-Roc Convertible

Volkswagen is one of those companies which is popular for the durable and neat design of their cars. One of them was the VW T-Roc. The car came with a good powertrain and a fairly good-looking design. And thus, the introduction of the convertible model came. To meet the top-down requirements, the German giant cut so many corners in the interiors which resulted in a cheap and plastic feel that wasn’t appreciated by people. 

1. Range Rover Evoque Convertible

Range Rover Evoque Convertlbe

Recognised as the “world’s first luxury convertible SUV“, the Range Rover Evoque was a really good convertible car. It was more expensive than the hard-top alternative and had a real charm to its design. The added practicality issues didn’t meet with much utility as per the normal car. This made the RR Evoque Cabriolet a not-so-user-friendly car like its other sibling. 


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