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Best 4-seater convertible cars

Who says drop-top motoring should be reserved exclusively for two-seater sports cars? If you fancy the thrill of open-air driving but also have a family you need to cart from A to B, four-seat convertibles can make for an appealing choice. There’s a pretty wide range of four-seater convertible cars available too, including everything from fast and agile sports cars to luxurious and refined grand tourers. But which should you choose? Here are the best four-seat convertibles, whatever your budget.

Porsche 911
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1. Porsche 911 Cabriolet

9/10
Porsche 911 review
Lexus LC Convertible

2. Lexus LC Convertible

9/10
Lexus LC Convertible review

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Bentley Continental GT Convertible

3. Bentley Continental GT Convertible

9/10
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Mercedes-Benz SL

4. Mercedes SL

8/10
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BMW 4 Series Convertible

5. BMW 4 Series Convertible

8/10
BMW 4 Series Convertible review
BMW 8 Series Convertible

6. BMW 8 Series Convertible

8/10
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Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet

7. Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet

8/10
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Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet (2018-2023)

8. Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet

8/10
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet (2018-2023) review
Ford Mustang Convertible

9. Ford Mustang Convertible

7/10
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MINI Convertible

10. MINI Convertible

7/10
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Four-seater convertibles are more common than you might think. Premium car makers such as BMW and Mercedes all continue to sell a range of four-seater convertibles, and although the Audi A5 Cabriolet is no longer on sale as a new model, chances are that you’ll easily be able to find one on the used market.

If you have the budget to stretch into the properly high-end side of the market, you’ll find plenty of options to choose from too. Bentley offers its excellent Continental GT grand tourer as a four-seater convertible, while the Aston Martin DB11 Volante is another super appealing option.

Four-seater convertibles with a folding hardtop roof are actually pretty uncommon these days. In fact, we can’t think of a single option that you can buy as a brand new model! That said, there are a fair amount of options available on the used market.

The previous-generation BMW 4 Series Convertible is an attractive choice, not only because it has a surprisingly spacious interior with enough room for four adults to sit comfortably, but also because it still remains a fun, engaging car to drive even to this day.

Of all the four-seater convertibles included in this list, the most spacious options would be the Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet or the BMW 4 Series Convertible. Both cars will sit four adults in relative comfort, and have a decent amount of on-board storage for any random odds and ends that you might want to bring along with you.

In terms of boot space, the Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet doesn’t fare too badly either. With 385 litres of storage capacity you’ll easily be able to fit a couple of weekend bags on board - although it’s worth pointing out that the E-Class Coupe’s boot has 425 litres of space. The reason for this difference is the fact that the convertible’s electric roof mechanism is housed within the boot itself.

One of the fastest 4-seat convertibles on sale is the Porsche 911 Turbo S, which can hit a top speed of 205mph! It’s not just quick in terms of its top speed either, its straight-line acceleration is also otherworldly. Engage launch control on a dry race track and it’ll sprint to 60mph from a standstill in just 2.8 seconds.