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Convertibles Starting Under $50K

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01.
Mazda MX-5
From
$41,990
8/10
From
$41,990

The Mazda MX‑5 is a bit of a legend in the automotive world, but the fourth‑generation, 'ND' model has been around for nearly seven years now. So, the Japanese brand has used its electronic smarts to try and make it even better. Have the changes worked?


02.
Mini Cabrio
From
$27,995
7/10
From
$27,995

Peter Anderson road tests and reviews the new Mini John Cooper Works Convertible manual with specs, fuel consumption and verdict.


03.
Audi A3
From
$41,800
7/10
From
$41,800

As much as any carmaker Audi has embraced the automotive world's push into SUVs. But it hasn't forgotten its sedan and hatch (Sportback) heritage. The new updated A3 fine tunes an already impressive package with cosmetic tweaks, extra safety, new engine tech, and revised interior layout. What's the catch? It costs more.


04.
Abarth 124
From
$27,610
7/10
From
$27,610

Sure, it's just a tiny bit Japanese underneath, thanks to its clear family tree connections with the Mazda MX‑5, but there's no doubt there's plenty of Italian passion in the fabulously brio‑filled Fiat 124 Abarth.


05.
Jeep Wrangler
From
$74,990
7/10
From
$74,990

The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon usually attracts all of the glory as the line‑up's best off‑roader, but it's more city‑friendly stablemate, the Overland, is certainly no slouch in the rough stuff.And, while any Wrangler may be on the wrong side of impractical for many, the Overland still offers plenty of fun in terms of drivability and old‑school‑style 4WDing.


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