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Best used convertibles (and the ones to avoid)

What Car? Logo By whatcar.com of What Car? | Slide 1 of 23: We’re not used to seeing the sun. It’s usually masked by a layer of low-flying cloud, so when it’s revealed, we must act fast to enjoy as much of it as we can. That’s what makes a convertible so great because it allows you to bask in the sunshine, even on the way to work. You may have thought that we, as a nation, wouldn’t care much for open-top cars, but, in fact, we buy more than most European countries. This means that there’s a welter of very affordable used examples available.What’s more, there’s a used convertible to suit everyone – from practical and efficient four-seaters that can easily serve as family cars, to luxurious, elegant grand tourers that are perfect for wafting around, and even small, sporty two-seaters that are perfect for a sunny weekend. So grab a brew and envisage yourself behind the wheel of one of these fabulous cabrios. We’ve done all the hard work for you and put together a list of our favourites – and if you’re tempted, follow the links to our classifieds and go for a test drive in any of the examples in this slideshow.Got a motoring question? Our experts are standing by to help, just tweet us your question using #askwhatcarFor all the latest reviews, advice and new car deals from What Car?, sign up to our weekly newsletter here

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We’re not used to seeing the sun. It’s usually masked by a layer of low-flying cloud, so when it’s revealed, we must act fast to enjoy as much of it as we can.

That’s what makes a convertible so great because it allows you to bask in the sunshine, even on the way to work.

You may have thought that we, as a nation, wouldn’t care much for open-top cars, but, in fact, we buy more than most European countries. This means that there’s a welter of very affordable used examples available.

What’s more, there’s a used convertible to suit everyone – from practical and efficient four-seaters that can easily serve as family cars, to luxurious, elegant grand tourers that are perfect for wafting around, and even small, sporty two-seaters that are perfect for a sunny weekend.

So grab a brew and envisage yourself behind the wheel of one of these fabulous cabrios. We’ve done all the hard work for you and put together a list of our favourites.

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