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The warm weather has just arrived, so now is a great time to start thinking about a new car to see you through the spring and summer months.
Many buyers may be thinking about switching to a convertible to enjoy the warmer weather in style, so Trusted Dealers has chosen some of the best new convertibles set to hit the streets in 2015.
If you’re keen to find a soft-top that is sure to turn heads, take a look below at the hottest convertibles on sale in the next few months.
Fifty years after the iconic Ford Mustang first went on sale, the latest car is currently available to order, with models due to arrive in autumn this year. The new Ford Mustang is available as a Fastback or a Convertible from FordStores and is priced from £28,995 . It comes with the option of a 2.3-litre Ecoboost or a 5.0-litre V8 engine and potential customers can even use a new app, available from Apple and Android, to see and share exactly how their chosen Mustang could look, in a setting of their choice – what more could you ask for!
The latest car to join the Mercedes-Benz S-class family, the new Cabriolet offers limo style travel in an S-class coupe – without the roof! Suitable for four, the two-door car is built to rival cars such as the Bentley Continental GTC cabrio and will cost around £110,000. Adopting the same folding hard top as the SL model, the car offers four lucky occupants the very height of luxury such as a £1130 fridge in the back to cool your champers! It will come with a choice of two V8 engines and a top of the range S65 AGM V12.
BMW has decided to transform its smallest coupe into a soft-top. A successor to the popular 2007 1-series Convertible which notched up around 130,000 sales, the latest cabrio from BMW is set to take the market by storm this spring. Built to appeal to drivers of the 1 and 2-series. it will also rival cars such as the Audi A3 soft-top and the older Audi A4 convertible. It comes with four different engines but the 187bhp 2.0-litre diesel is set to be the most popular, offering buyers a low 116g/km CO2 emissions.
Revealed last year at the LA Motor Show, the new Convertible from Bentley is its most luxurious open top car yet. Based on the Bentley Mulsanne, the car features a 530bhp 6.75-litre V8 engine capable of producing 1000Nm although the wheelbase has been reduced by 150mm. According to Bentley Boss, Wolfgang Durheimer, the latest car will be a “highly exclusive limited edition collector’s piece” with a price tag in excess of £250,000.
Mazda’s fourth generation MX-5 remains the world’s most successful sports car – starting 25 years ago as a homage to soft tops such as the Lotus Elan, it has sold more units than the MGB, Elan and Spitfire put together – and it’s still going strong! In fact, the latest version is 100kg lighter and 100mm shorter giving it a kerb weight of just 1000kg. The largest engine available with the MX-5 is a 2.0-litre producing 155bhp, but Mazda reckons the entry-level 1.5-litre 129bhp engine with a promise of near to 50mpg economy will prove the most popular, and at an estimated price of around £19,000 – (only £5k more than the first MX-5 back in 1990) it’s quite simply a bargain!
Officially confirmed for release in 2016, the Range Rover Evoque Convertible was initially revealed in concept form at the Geneva Motor Show in 2012, with its release set to mark a return to Land Rover’s heritage of building soft-top off-roaders. However, despite the Evoque’s 4×4 credentials, the car is built to look-pretty as opposed to tackling muddy tracks, and it does this explicitly well. Fitted with a 148bhp 2.0-litre engine and two-wheel drive, the Evoque returns an impressive 68mpg and 109g/km of CO2 making it the most economical and efficient car Land Rover has ever produced.