Votes Are In: Best Convertibles of 2017 & 2018
What’s better than a luxury vehicle? A luxury vehicle that can drop its top. That’s right, we’re talking about convertibles. Car and Driver has selected the best convertibles of 2017 and 2018 and we’re happy to say that we’ve got a few of those as part of our fleet:
Get behind the wheel of the M4 and prepare for explosive acceleration and razor-sharp handling. Power comes from a 425-hp twin-turbo inline-six, with either a six-speed manual or a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic and rear-wheel drive. The Competition package makes 444 hp, but for the ultimate M4, there’s the track-focused, automatic-only, 454-hp M4 CS. While the regular M4 is offered in both coupe and convertible forms, the CS comes hardtop only. All versions ensure legendary M performance.
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The mighty Corvette truly competes with the world’s greatest sports cars, no excuses required. With a 6.2-liter V-8 making 455 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque (an optional sport exhaust is good for 460 hp and 465 lb-ft), an eight-speed automatic is now available in addition to the standard seven-speed manual. The Corvette sheds its unrefined reputation and has an interior befitting its stature. The Grand Sport is a 10Best winner, combining the LT1 V-8 with the Z06’s bodywork and chassis hardware.
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The 911 debuted in the 1960s and remains at the pinnacle of automobiledom while staying true to its roots as the quintessential sports car. A rear-mounted 370-hp twin-turbo 3.0-liter flat-six powers the rear wheels. S models make 420 hp; the GTS makes 450. A seven-speed manual is standard; all-wheel drive and a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic are options. In coupe, convertible, and Targa form, the 911 is as luxurious as it is sure-footed, making even novices feel like racing legends.
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Nothing on Earth can prepare you for the eyeball-melting performance of Lamborghini’s “entry-level” supercar, the Huracán. The angular design is severe yet elegant; the stealth fighter–like cockpit is as luxurious as it is intense. Nestled behind the cockpit is a 5.2-liter V-10 with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic (sorry, no manual transmission is offered); with rear-wheel drive, it makes 571 hp and with all-wheel drive it produces 602. A convertible version (Spyder) is also available.
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The California T is Ferrari’s return to forced induction, but where the last turbo Ferrari was the beastly F40, the T is far tamer. It’s the softest in the Ferrari range, designed for daily ease and use—it even has a cupholder. Powered by a 552-hp 3.9-liter V-8 mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch auto, the T is plenty quick and agile, though not as rewarding as a 488. The folding top tucks into the top half of the trunk; while technically the T is a 2+2, the rear is better suited for luggage.
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If spending your Miami vacation, cruising the beach in a convertible isn’t what you had in mind, you can check out our other fleet options here. Give us a call at 305-588-1844 or visit us at www.FirstClassRentaCar.com for more info!