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The best four-seat convertibles and cabriolets on sale

Convertible cars are the best way to enjoy the summer but they’re not usually the most practical purchases. Thankfully, there are loads of great cars that offer drop-top driving pleasure with seating for four and a boot large enough for your family’s holiday luggage.

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Here are the best four-seat convertibles on sale:

Audi A3 Cabriolet

The Audi A3 Cabriolet is a true jack-of-all-trades. On the road, the A3 Cabriolet strikes a great balance between feeling comfortable and relaxing when you’re cruising around, and feeling agile and responsive when you want to have fun. Beneath its folding fabric roof, there’s just enough room for four adults although rear seat passengers won’t want to sit back there for long.

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Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet

If you plan on filling the rear seats fairly regularly, the Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet should be on your shortlist. Its stylish interior is one of the biggest on this list so adults can just about fit in the rear seats without their knees touching the front-seat backs. It’s easy to drive with accurate, undemanding handling and a range of powerful engines.

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Audi A5 Cabriolet

The Audi A5 Cabriolet asks a slightly higher price than the excellent A3 Cabriolet but returns with even more room in its rear seats. Adults will be comfortable back there provided they’re not much more than six-foot tall and the boot is usefully large. The A5 is great to drive too, with its grippy quattro all-wheel-drive system and smooth-shifting automatic gearboxes.

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BMW 2 Series Convertible

If you’re after a real driver’s car, the BMW 2 Series Convertible could be the drop-top for you. It has the classic front-engined, rear-wheel-drive proportions of a sports car but somehow squeezes enough room into the rear seats for adults to fit over short journeys. It handles really well with accurate steering, excellent composure over bumpy roads and pleasantly powerful engines.

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Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet

If you’re more interested in having a comfortable cruiser, the Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet is a great choice. Its cabin is stylish, trimmed with plush materials and has rear seats large enough for two adults to fit in relative comfort. Optional air suspension makes the C-Class Cabriolet one of the most comfortable cars in its class, floating over bumps serenely.

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BMW 4 Series Convertible

The BMW 4 Series Convertible is a good choice if you fancy a convertible but aren’t keen on a fabric roof. Its folding-metal hardtop gives both the joy of open-top motoring and the security of a solid roof when needed. There’s enough space in the rear for adults over shorter journeys but, thanks to its agile handling, it’s the driver who’ll be having the most fun.

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Bentley Continental GTC

If the usual premium options aren’t to your tastes, the lavishly appointed Bentley Continental GTC might suit you. It’s far from cheap but the vast price tag buys an interior dripping with wood, leather and real metal trim, and stuffed with goodies including massaging seats. Its huge performance is matched by its impressive refinement and comfort, letting it cross continents with ease.

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Mini Convertible

The Mini Convertible takes everything good about the hatchback and blends it with the joys of open-top motoring. Its handling is super sharp with fast steering, firm-yet-compliant suspension and willing turbo engines. The interior might not be huge – rear-seat passengers won’t be happy back there for long – but it is beautifully built and very stylish.

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Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet

The Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet starts where the E-Class Cabriolet left off but ramps everything up to 11. You get even more space so rear-seat passengers can stretch out, even more power with all engines making at least 450hp and even more opulence with some of the most luxurious materials ever fitted to a Mercedes. The downside? Even basic models cost more than £100,000.

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Range Rover Evoque Convertible

If you want to stand out, even among the convertibles here, the Range Rover Evoque Convertible is unlike any car currently on sale. It still has the chunky SUV looks of the three-door hardtop Evoque, but stretches a massive fabric roof over the cabin. The rear seats are fairly compact and the boot is quite small but nothing else on the road will turn heads like the Evoque Convertible.

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Audi A3 Cabriolet

Affordable and pretty four-seat cabriolet
£29,685 - £39,280
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Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet

A comfortable and stylish convertible with a great cabin
£45,865 - £61,075
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Audi A5 Cabriolet

Handsome four-seat convertible makes a great upmarket cruiser
£38,085 - £50,285
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