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BMW convertible FAQs

BMW built the 4 Series Convertible with a folding metal hard-top roof up until 2019. That means these models feel like proper coupes with the roof up, but can still fold it away for real wind-in-your-hair motoring.

For 2020, BMW released a new 4 Series model with substantial updates inside and out. This model has swapped to a folding fabric convertible roof because the mechanism is lighter and smaller, and the refinement penalty is extremely minimal thanks to thick sound and thermal insulation. This brings it into line with other convertible BMWs, which all use a fabric folding roof.

BMW, like Mercedes and Audi, typically scores mid-table on reliability surveys. This is more often because premium cars like these are loaded with equipment and, thus, have more things that can fail compared with simpler, more affordable cars. We've not heard of any widespread problems with BMW convertible cars, however, so you should be able to enjoy years of happy motoring as long as you keep up with regular maintenance.

For extra peace of mind, consider adding an extended warranty to your BMW convertible. This starts once the manufacturer's coverage expires and protects you from the cost of unexpected mechanical or electrical failures.

Three models across BMWs range are widely available as convertibles.

The lineup starts with the BMW 2 Series Convertible. This is the most affordable convertible option in the lineup, with a small city-friendly body shape and agile, exciting handling. With the arrival of the latest 2 Series, BMW appears to have dropped the convertible from the lineup, however, leaving only the hard-top coupe.

Next is the BMW 4 Series Convertible. This is more-or-less the same format as the 2 Series – a two-door, four-seat convertible – but is larger in every direction, giving you noticeably more passenger and cargo space.

Finally, the BMW Z4 is the most focused car in this lineup, with ultra-sharp handling and rapid-fire performance. It's a strict two-seater and has the classic long-bonnet, short-boot proportions of a full-blown sports car.