Best Convertibles

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Overview

The Audi A5 is a premium compact car with sportiness and a focus on technology. It's available as a coupe, four-door Sportback, or a sleek convertible. Buyers choose from two turbocharged engines, and all-wheel-drive provides secure handling, no matter the season. The A5's cabin is one of the most elegant in its class. Audi includes wireless Apple CarPlay, heated leather seats, tri-zone climate control, and modern driver safety features. The Audi A5 is a 4-seater vehicle that comes in 6 trim levels. The most popular style is the Premium Plus Cabriolet, which starts at $51,445 and comes with a 2.0L I4 Turbo engine and All Wheel Drive. This A5 is estimated to deliver 23 MPG in the city and 31 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Sporty handling and standard all-wheel-drive
  • Well-executed cabin with many amenities
  • Hatchback has plenty of great cargo space

Cons

  • Some competitors have more rear legroom
  • Coupe and convertible have small trunks

Overall Assessment

The A5 takes Audi's signature driving performance and upscale interior and wraps it in elegant styling. Shoppers get to choose between a sporty coupe, practical hatchback, and gorgeous convertible. All-wheel-drive comes included across the lineup, improving handling in all weather conditions, and a multi-link suspension makes the A5 more fun to drive than almost any rival. The cabin features meticulous attention to detail and premium materials, giving passengers an authentic luxury experience. The ride is soft and quiet, and advanced safety technology comes standard. Some competitors have more rear legroom and larger trunks. Overall, the Audi A5 delivers exceptional driving fun and practical features in an eye-catching package.
2021 Audi A5

$51,445 as shown

Starting MSRP
$42,845
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $2,669
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$40,176
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Feature Highlights

Wireless Charging
Convertible Roof
Around View Camera
Front Cooled Seats
Heads-up Display (HUD)
In-Car WiFi
Forward Collision Warning
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
4 yr / 50K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Sporty handling and standard all-wheel-drive
  • Well-executed cabin with many amenities
  • Hatchback has plenty of great cargo space

Cons

  • Some competitors have more rear legroom
  • Coupe and convertible have small trunks

Overall Assessment

The A5 takes Audi's signature driving performance and upscale interior and wraps it in elegant styling. Shoppers get to choose between a sporty coupe, practical hatchback, and gorgeous convertible. All-wheel-drive comes included across the lineup, improving handling in all weather conditions, and a multi-link suspension makes the A5 more fun to drive than almost any rival. The cabin features meticulous attention to detail and premium materials, giving passengers an authentic luxury experience. The ride is soft and quiet, and advanced safety technology comes standard. Some competitors have more rear legroom and larger trunks. Overall, the Audi A5 delivers exceptional driving fun and practical features in an eye-catching package.

Overview

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class sets the standard for comfort and technology in the full-size luxury sedan category. Top-grade materials cover the cabin, and passengers can adjust the climate, lighting, and music, all by voice. The S-Class has a nearly-silent ride and standard driver safety aids. Some of the more futuristic options include a suspension that raises the car a few inches if a crash is imminent and a 4-dimensional surround-sound system. The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is a 4-seater vehicle that comes in 4 trim levels. The most popular style is the AMG S 63 Cabriolet 4MATIC+, which starts at $186,450 and comes with a 4.0L V8 Turbo engine and All Wheel Drive. This S-Class is estimated to deliver 14 MPG in the city and 24 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Large cabin with excellent space in both rows
  • Vast array of standard and available technology
  • Hushed interior atmosphere, even at highway speeds
  • Suspension quickly absorbs road imperfections

Cons

  • Lofty starting price spirals with optional extras
  • Sophisticated technology requires tech-savviness

Overall Assessment

With its range of standard and optional technologies integrated to create a pampering driving experience, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class may be the most advanced sedan on the market. Its sublime powertrain and futuristic features come together to help relax and invigorate drivers and passengers. It's this focus on personalization that elevates the S-Class beyond a mere contender in the luxury class, placing it at the top of the pack.
2021 Mercedes-Benz S-Class

$186,450 as shown

Starting MSRP
$110,850
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $2,226
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$108,625
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Feature Highlights

Blind Spot Camera
Pedestrian Detection
Wireless Charging
Parallel and Perpendicular (Back-In) Automatic Parking
Convertible Roof
Start/Stop System
Around View Camera
Front Cooled Seats
Heads-up Display (HUD)
4 yr / 50K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Large cabin with excellent space in both rows
  • Vast array of standard and available technology
  • Hushed interior atmosphere, even at highway speeds
  • Suspension quickly absorbs road imperfections

Cons

  • Lofty starting price spirals with optional extras
  • Sophisticated technology requires tech-savviness

Overall Assessment

With its range of standard and optional technologies integrated to create a pampering driving experience, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class may be the most advanced sedan on the market. Its sublime powertrain and futuristic features come together to help relax and invigorate drivers and passengers. It's this focus on personalization that elevates the S-Class beyond a mere contender in the luxury class, placing it at the top of the pack.

Overview

The Chevrolet Corvette is one of the most famous cars ever made, and the eighth-generation model is the best yet. This high-performance sports car is available as a gorgeous coupe or convertible, with a V8 engine and rear-wheel-drive. Its mid-engine layout and motorsport technology give the Corvette incredible driving performance rivaling cars twice its price. Yet, it’s comfortable enough to drive daily, with a smooth ride and luxurious cabin. The Chevrolet Corvette is a 2-seater vehicle that comes in 3 trim levels. The most popular style is the Stingray 3LT Convertible, which starts at $79,945 and comes with a 6.2L V8 engine and Rear Wheel Drive. This Corvette is estimated to deliver 15 MPG in the city and 27 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Fast driving performance rivals much pricier cars
  • A sports car comfortable enough to drive daily
  • Pricing remains low, even for the top trim level

Cons

  • No available manual transmission
  • Lacks some common driver safety aids

Overall Assessment

The Chevrolet Corvette offers shoppers one of the best sports car values on the market, offering the acceleration, handling, and braking performance driving enthusiasts expect at a price that’s far less than most competitors. The secret to the Corvette’s success is its redesigned chassis and mid-engine layout. All of the vehicle’s high-quality mechanical parts work together to provide a thrilling driving experience. Owners can also use their Corvette for daily driving, thanks to its spacious and well-equipped cabin and supple ride. The available convertible has even more leisurely driving potential and open-air style. The Corvette’s weaknesses are few: It comes with few advanced driver aids, and Chevrolet does not offer a manual transmission. Those criticisms aside, the long-running Chevrolet Corvette is the rare car to pair monumental performance and stunning good looks with practicality and value.
2021 Chevrolet Corvette

$75,295 as shown

Starting MSRP
$60,995
Starting MktMarket Avg.
$62,321
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Feature Highlights

Wireless Charging
Convertible Roof
Around View Camera
Front Cooled Seats
Heads-up Display (HUD)
In-Car WiFi
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
Remote Engine Start
3 yr / 36K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Fast driving performance rivals much pricier cars
  • A sports car comfortable enough to drive daily
  • Pricing remains low, even for the top trim level

Cons

  • No available manual transmission
  • Lacks some common driver safety aids

Overall Assessment

The Chevrolet Corvette offers shoppers one of the best sports car values on the market, offering the acceleration, handling, and braking performance driving enthusiasts expect at a price that’s far less than most competitors. The secret to the Corvette’s success is its redesigned chassis and mid-engine layout. All of the vehicle’s high-quality mechanical parts work together to provide a thrilling driving experience. Owners can also use their Corvette for daily driving, thanks to its spacious and well-equipped cabin and supple ride. The available convertible has even more leisurely driving potential and open-air style. The Corvette’s weaknesses are few: It comes with few advanced driver aids, and Chevrolet does not offer a manual transmission. Those criticisms aside, the long-running Chevrolet Corvette is the rare car to pair monumental performance and stunning good looks with practicality and value.

Overview

The BMW Z4 is an open-air roadster with seating for two that thrills with its speed and handling. It offers two turbocharged engine options and a rear-wheel-drive platform for a classic sports car feel. Inside the comfortable and quiet cabin, the Z4 impresses with standard technology and optional driver safety aids. A manual transmission is not available, and some rivals are faster, but the Z4 provides performance and style at a relative bargain. The BMW Z4 is a 2-seater vehicle that comes in 2 trim levels. The most popular style is the sDriveM40i, which starts at $64,695 and comes with a 3.0L I6 Turbo engine and Rear Wheel Drive. This Z4 is estimated to deliver 22 MPG in the city and 30 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Impressive acceleration and handling
  • Sophisticated and well-equipped interior
  • Less expensive than rivals
  • Comfortable enough to drive daily

Cons

  • No manual transmission option
  • Not as agile as top competitors

Overall Assessment

BMW’s Z4 is a sports car in the classic sense, with a timeless roadster design and a thrilling rear-wheel-drive platform. The German automaker uses its decades of motorsport knowledge to give the compact convertible quick acceleration and exciting handling. It also provides all of the modern amenities customers want, like active safety tech and smartphone connectivity. The Z4’s cabin is very comfortable, with sports seats trimmed in leatherette or premium leather and a power-folding top that can be operated remotely. It isn’t built for practicality, with no back seat and a small trunk, but the Z4 has a quiet and refined ride with excellent fuel economy, making it easy to drive daily. Some rivals have more horsepower, but the Z4 strikes a near-ideal balance between sportiness, attitude, and livability, at a price that far undercuts the competition.
2021 BMW Z4

$64,695 as shown

Starting MSRP
$50,695
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $463
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$50,232
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Feature Highlights

Pedestrian Detection
Convertible Roof
Start/Stop System
Hands-free Trunk/Liftgate
Forward Collision Warning
Apple CarPlay
Lane Keep Assist
Front Heated Seats
Integrated Turn Signal Mirrors
4 yr / 50K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Impressive acceleration and handling
  • Sophisticated and well-equipped interior
  • Less expensive than rivals
  • Comfortable enough to drive daily

Cons

  • No manual transmission option
  • Not as agile as top competitors

Overall Assessment

BMW’s Z4 is a sports car in the classic sense, with a timeless roadster design and a thrilling rear-wheel-drive platform. The German automaker uses its decades of motorsport knowledge to give the compact convertible quick acceleration and exciting handling. It also provides all of the modern amenities customers want, like active safety tech and smartphone connectivity. The Z4’s cabin is very comfortable, with sports seats trimmed in leatherette or premium leather and a power-folding top that can be operated remotely. It isn’t built for practicality, with no back seat and a small trunk, but the Z4 has a quiet and refined ride with excellent fuel economy, making it easy to drive daily. Some rivals have more horsepower, but the Z4 strikes a near-ideal balance between sportiness, attitude, and livability, at a price that far undercuts the competition.

Overview

When it hit the market over five decades ago, the Ford Mustang changed the idea of a sports car. For a low price, owners could have style and driving fun previously unavailable to them. Today, Ford’s fastback muscle car -- and a sleek convertible -- still provide the same practical blend of sportiness and value, with prices starting well under $30,000. The Mustang comes with a range of potent engines, as well as modern driver safety technologies. The Ford Mustang is a 4-seater vehicle that comes in 6 trim levels. The most popular style is the EcoBoost Premium Convertible, which starts at $38,870 and comes with a 2.3L I4 Turbo engine and Rear Wheel Drive. This Mustang is estimated to deliver 20 MPG in the city and 27 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Responsive engines and agile handling
  • Many sporty options for configuration
  • Available driver-assistance technologies

Cons

  • Underwhelming base infotainment screen
  • Shelby trims lack everyday practicality

Overall Assessment

For everyday driving thrills, the Ford Mustang provides a healthy blend of horsepower and practicality. Its low starting price includes a pleasing turbo four-cylinder engine under the hood and an agile rear-wheel-drive platform propelling it forward. Big V8 motors offer impressive driving performance, but fuel efficiency is affected. Configurability is one of the Mustang’s strengths, with optional paint colors and racing stripes, plus enhanced suspension and handling packages. Some rivals have more refined cabins, and the Mustang’s base infotainment screen is woefully undersized. But at the end of the day, it gives drivers a satisfying driving experience without many of the drawbacks of a pricier sports car.
2021 Ford Mustang

$38,870 as shown

Starting MSRP
$28,350
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $203
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$28,147
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Feature Highlights

Pedestrian Detection
Convertible Roof
Front Cooled Seats
In-Car WiFi
Forward Collision Warning
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
Rear Parking Sensors
Lane Keep Assist
3 yr / 36K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Responsive engines and agile handling
  • Many sporty options for configuration
  • Available driver-assistance technologies

Cons

  • Underwhelming base infotainment screen
  • Shelby trims lack everyday practicality

Overall Assessment

For everyday driving thrills, the Ford Mustang provides a healthy blend of horsepower and practicality. Its low starting price includes a pleasing turbo four-cylinder engine under the hood and an agile rear-wheel-drive platform propelling it forward. Big V8 motors offer impressive driving performance, but fuel efficiency is affected. Configurability is one of the Mustang’s strengths, with optional paint colors and racing stripes, plus enhanced suspension and handling packages. Some rivals have more refined cabins, and the Mustang’s base infotainment screen is woefully undersized. But at the end of the day, it gives drivers a satisfying driving experience without many of the drawbacks of a pricier sports car.

Overview

The Mazda MX-5 Miata is a two-door convertible that offers driving fun for an affordable price. Small dimensions and sporty handling make the most of its low curb weight, and the Miata returns impressive fuel economy. An RF hardtop variant is available. Few cars can match the Miata for sheer driving enjoyment, but its small interior and limited storage space hinder its practicality as an everyday driver. Modern driver safety tech comes standard. The Mazda MX-5 Miata is a 2-seater vehicle that comes in 3 trim levels. The most popular style is the RF Grand Touring Manual, which starts at $35,520 and comes with a 2.0L I4 engine and Rear Wheel Drive. This MX-5 Miata is estimated to deliver 26 MPG in the city and 35 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Pure driving pleasure for a low price
  • Sleek styling inside and out
  • Quick-shifting manual transmission
  • User-friendly technology

Cons

  • Available sport suspension adds a firm ride
  • Tiny cargo capacity

Overall Assessment

Only a few cars provide pure driving fun for under $30,000, and the Mazda MX-5 Miata may be the most effective. It has kept its compact size, manual transmission, and agile handling since its inception 30 years ago. The Miata gives drivers a peerless connection to the road, with instant throttle feedback and a light curb weight providing a feeling of liveliness rarely found anywhere near its price. It even has excellent fuel economy and a reputation for reliability. Taller drivers may feel cramped in the snug cabin, and storage capacity is almost nil. But the Miata excels at what it was built to do, providing top-down driving fun on a budget.
2021 Mazda MX-5 Miata

$33,290 as shown

Starting MSRP
$27,825
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $843
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$26,982
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Feature Highlights

Convertible Roof
Curve Adaptive Headlamps
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
Lane Keep Assist
Front Heated Seats
Blind Spot System
Navigation
Leather Seats
3 yr / 36K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Pure driving pleasure for a low price
  • Sleek styling inside and out
  • Quick-shifting manual transmission
  • User-friendly technology

Cons

  • Available sport suspension adds a firm ride
  • Tiny cargo capacity

Overall Assessment

Only a few cars provide pure driving fun for under $30,000, and the Mazda MX-5 Miata may be the most effective. It has kept its compact size, manual transmission, and agile handling since its inception 30 years ago. The Miata gives drivers a peerless connection to the road, with instant throttle feedback and a light curb weight providing a feeling of liveliness rarely found anywhere near its price. It even has excellent fuel economy and a reputation for reliability. Taller drivers may feel cramped in the snug cabin, and storage capacity is almost nil. But the Miata excels at what it was built to do, providing top-down driving fun on a budget.

Overview

The Chevrolet Camaro is a two-door coupe that has been a sporty and affordable choice for six generations. Acceleration, handling, and braking compete with more expensive sports cars. The sleek exterior opens to a modern and comfortable cabin. While outward visibility and trunk space are lacking, the Camaro's quiet ride and user-friendly controls make it a practical daily driver. It is also available as an eye-catching convertible. The Chevrolet Camaro is a 4-seater vehicle that comes in 8 trim levels. The most popular style is the SS with 2SS Convertible, which starts at $49,695 and comes with a 6.2L V8 engine and Rear Wheel Drive. This Camaro is estimated to deliver 20 MPG in the city and 30 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Spectacular driving fun for a low starting price
  • Powerful engine choices and sharp handling
  • Modern and user-friendly interior layout
  • Several available performance upgrades

Cons

  • Bold styling impacts outward visibility
  • Few standard driver safety aids
  • Snug back seat is best for kids
  • Small trunk compared to rivals

Overall Assessment

Drivers looking for a sporty two-door coupe will want to take the Chevrolet Camaro for a test-drive. Its range of powerful engines, standard manual transmission, and agile steering make it one of the most exciting cars in its price range. Upper trim levels like the SS and ZL1 come with colossal horsepower and mechanical upgrades, capable of achieving impressive speeds, cornering, and braking at the race track. Even the base turbocharged 4-cylinder engine found in the LS and LT trims is rapid and responsive. The rear-seat and cargo areas are small, even by coupe standards, and the tall door panels can obstruct outward visibility. But as a summer cruiser or canyon carver, few cars can match the Camaro's performance or value.
2021 Chevrolet Camaro

$38,695 as shown

Starting MSRP
$26,195
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Avg. savings of $66
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$26,129
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Feature Highlights

Wireless Charging
Convertible Roof
Front Cooled Seats
Heads-up Display (HUD)
In-Car WiFi
Forward Collision Warning
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
Rear Parking Sensors
3 yr / 36K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Spectacular driving fun for a low starting price
  • Powerful engine choices and sharp handling
  • Modern and user-friendly interior layout
  • Several available performance upgrades

Cons

  • Bold styling impacts outward visibility
  • Few standard driver safety aids
  • Snug back seat is best for kids
  • Small trunk compared to rivals

Overall Assessment

Drivers looking for a sporty two-door coupe will want to take the Chevrolet Camaro for a test-drive. Its range of powerful engines, standard manual transmission, and agile steering make it one of the most exciting cars in its price range. Upper trim levels like the SS and ZL1 come with colossal horsepower and mechanical upgrades, capable of achieving impressive speeds, cornering, and braking at the race track. Even the base turbocharged 4-cylinder engine found in the LS and LT trims is rapid and responsive. The rear-seat and cargo areas are small, even by coupe standards, and the tall door panels can obstruct outward visibility. But as a summer cruiser or canyon carver, few cars can match the Camaro's performance or value.

Overview

Based on the popular BMW 3 Series sports sedan, the 4 Series is a two-door available as a coupe or convertible that offers a sporty driving experience and elegant interior appointments. Built for enthusiasts, the 4 Series has a quick-accelerating engine and sharp handling. High-performance versions from BMW's M tuning division are available. The 4 Series has a stylish and airy cockpit, brimming with technology and comfort. The BMW 4 Series is a 4-seater vehicle that comes in 2 trim levels. The most popular style is the 430i Convertible RWD, which starts at $54,095 and comes with a 2.0L I4 Turbo engine and Rear Wheel Drive. This 4 Series is estimated to deliver 23 MPG in the city and 31 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Fast, agile, and very rewarding to drive
  • Spacious and modern cabin layout
  • Elegant sloping roofline design
  • Standard driver safety assists

Cons

  • Polarizing front-end styling
  • Small trunk limits practicality
  • Pricey upper trim levels and options

Overall Assessment

The BMW 4 Series is a superb two-door sports coupe that provides drivers with plenty of sportiness and luxury. Many amenities are only available as pricey options, but BMW does an excellent job of including desirable features like Apple CarPlay and a power moonroof as standard. Its sharp cornering abilities and powerful Engine make the 4 Series a joy to drive, and the base engine returns impressive fuel economy figures. This BMW is a great choice for the driver wanting a balanced sports coupe who doesn't need much cargo space.
2021 BMW 4 Series

$64,995 as shown

Starting MSRP
$46,595
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $2,079
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$44,516
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Feature Highlights

Convertible Roof
Start/Stop System
In-Car WiFi
Rear Parking Sensors
Lane Keep Assist
Blind Spot System
Integrated Turn Signal Mirrors
Navigation
Leather Seats
Keyless Ignition
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Pros

  • Fast, agile, and very rewarding to drive
  • Spacious and modern cabin layout
  • Elegant sloping roofline design
  • Standard driver safety assists

Cons

  • Polarizing front-end styling
  • Small trunk limits practicality
  • Pricey upper trim levels and options

Overall Assessment

The BMW 4 Series is a superb two-door sports coupe that provides drivers with plenty of sportiness and luxury. Many amenities are only available as pricey options, but BMW does an excellent job of including desirable features like Apple CarPlay and a power moonroof as standard. Its sharp cornering abilities and powerful Engine make the 4 Series a joy to drive, and the base engine returns impressive fuel economy figures. This BMW is a great choice for the driver wanting a balanced sports coupe who doesn't need much cargo space.

Overview

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is the German luxury automaker's midsize car, and it's one of the most popular in its category. The E-Class has a refined ride, a quiet cabin, cutting-edge technology, and numerous options. It's available as a sedan, wagon, coupe, and convertible, with all-wheel-drive and high-performance variants available. Even among its competitive segment, the E-Class remains a virtually unrivaled blend of comfort and elegance. The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is a 4-seater vehicle that comes in 4 trim levels. The most popular style is the E 450 Cabriolet RWD, which starts at $73,000 and comes with a 3.0L I6 Turbo engine and Rear Wheel Drive. This E-Class is estimated to deliver 23 MPG in the city and 30 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Blends nimble handling with a luxurious ride
  • Spacious, quiet interior packed with technology
  • Available AMG powertrains are fun to drive
  • Sleek two-door choices, plus a practical wagon

Cons

  • Pricey options quickly raise already-lofty MSRP
  • Base engine lacks competitors' sportiness
  • Mild-hybrid doesn't much improve efficiency

Overall Assessment

Luxury shoppers look for vehicles that feel a cut or two above the best non-luxury cars, and the E-Class delivers. It has a far softer and smoother ride than the average family sedan, even feeling more refined than comparably-priced rivals. Mercedes-Benz borrowed liberally from the ultra-luxury S-Class in designing the midsize E-Class, making it feel more like a smaller flagship than a compromise. Standard amenities like a digital gauge cluster, smartphone apps, and heated front seats come standard, while upper trims offer glitzier options. Driver safety technology comes standard; an available package allows the E-Class to all but drive itself on the highway. Some rivals have lower starting prices and sharper handling, but few can match the E-Class as an opulent everyday driver.
2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

$73,000 as shown

Starting MSRP
$55,300
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Avg. savings of $2,397
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$52,903
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Feature Highlights

Parallel Automatic Parking
Convertible Roof
Hands-free Trunk/Liftgate
In-Car WiFi
Forward Collision Warning
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
Remote Engine Start
Front and Rear Parking Sensors
4 yr / 50K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Blends nimble handling with a luxurious ride
  • Spacious, quiet interior packed with technology
  • Available AMG powertrains are fun to drive
  • Sleek two-door choices, plus a practical wagon

Cons

  • Pricey options quickly raise already-lofty MSRP
  • Base engine lacks competitors' sportiness
  • Mild-hybrid doesn't much improve efficiency

Overall Assessment

Luxury shoppers look for vehicles that feel a cut or two above the best non-luxury cars, and the E-Class delivers. It has a far softer and smoother ride than the average family sedan, even feeling more refined than comparably-priced rivals. Mercedes-Benz borrowed liberally from the ultra-luxury S-Class in designing the midsize E-Class, making it feel more like a smaller flagship than a compromise. Standard amenities like a digital gauge cluster, smartphone apps, and heated front seats come standard, while upper trims offer glitzier options. Driver safety technology comes standard; an available package allows the E-Class to all but drive itself on the highway. Some rivals have lower starting prices and sharper handling, but few can match the E-Class as an opulent everyday driver.

Overview

The Fiat 124 Spider is a roadster aimed at people who want a fun and affordable convertible coupe. It shares many components with the Mazda MX-5 Miata, but it has its own engine and Italian styling. It first launched in 2017 and is still in its first generation. The FIAT 124 Spider is a 2-seater vehicle that comes in 4 trim levels. The most popular style is the Abarth, which starts at $30,885 and comes with a 1.4L I4 Turbo engine and Rear Wheel Drive. This 124 Spider is estimated to deliver 26 MPG in the city and 35 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Fun handling
  • Powerful turbocharged engine
  • Easy convertible operation

Cons

  • Snug cabin
  • Can be noisy on the highway

Overall Assessment

If you want a fun car that looks great and feels modern, the Fiat 124 Spider is a good option to consider. The chassis is almost perfectly balanced and curb weight is extremely light, so you can really throw this car through turns. Pressing on the accelerator, the engine springs to life and has plenty of give in just about any situation.
2020 FIAT 124 Spider
Starting MSRP
$26,885
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $1,159
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$25,726
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Feature Highlights

Convertible Roof
Fog Lamps
Leather Seats
Keyless Ignition
Brake Assist
Infotainment System
Proximity Keyless Entry
Bluetooth
Remote Keyless Entry
4 yr / 50K mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Fun handling
  • Powerful turbocharged engine
  • Easy convertible operation

Cons

  • Snug cabin
  • Can be noisy on the highway

Overall Assessment

If you want a fun car that looks great and feels modern, the Fiat 124 Spider is a good option to consider. The chassis is almost perfectly balanced and curb weight is extremely light, so you can really throw this car through turns. Pressing on the accelerator, the engine springs to life and has plenty of give in just about any situation.