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Total cash price £18,299. Borrowing £14,639 with a £3,660 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

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Need helping choosing your convertible car?

Aside from being fun to drive, another part of the convertible's enduring appeal is the way they look. With the roof down, many convertibles just look cooler than their hard-top brethren. Just take the Fiat 500C, for example – it's a convertible version of the popular small city car, and the ability to fold the roof back just adds some real Italian flair.

Other popular convertible models for sale at Motorpoint include the BMW 4 Series Convertible. This retains two back seats, making it a reasonably practical convertible – though it's worth noting that most convertibles don't have as much boot space as any hardtop rivals.

If you're seeking pure driving thrills, you can't beat the Mazda MX-5. It's available with either a cloth or metal folding roof, and it's an absolute hoot to drive. Sure, it's a strict two-seater and the boot space would lose out to a carrier bag in a game of 'how much can you hold', but driving pleasure doesn't come much more affordable.

Check out our full range of convertibles above, or read on for some frequently asked questions about convertibles.

Your questions about convertibles answered

Depends what you're after – but the most popular used convertibles include the effortlessly stylish Mini Convertible, the four-seater, premium-feeling BMW 4 Series Convertible, and the sporty Mazda MX-5. City car lovers can do no wrong with the Fiat 500C, while the BMW Z4 makes for an exquisite grand-touring convertible – perfect for summer blasts to the south of France.

Often, yes. Whether rightly or wrongly, insurers often see convertibles as sportier cars, which can push premiums up. Some insurers have a largely outdated notion they're easier to break in to – which isn't really true of modern convertibles.

The most popular small convertibles at are the Fiat 500C and Mini Convertible. Both are easy to park and don't feel intimidatingly large to drive. Fancy something sportier? The Mazda MX-5 is also a very small car that comes with either a fabric or metal convertible roof. 

There are pros and cons to both. Hard tops tend to be quieter at high speeds with the roof up (although modern soft-top roofs have lots of sound deadening to help with this), and some people prefer the look of a painted roof. Soft-tops, meanwhile, are lighter – meaning they can help a car feel sportier in corners than a hard-top equivalent, while also returning marginally better fuel economy.