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Rivals

Peugeot 207 CC (07-14)

3.5 out of 5 3.5

The 207 CC is a stylish and well equipped small convertible that won't leave you cold in the winter. It uses a fully automatic metal folding roof with no levers or catches to release, so at the push of a button it's a convertible 25 seconds later. Its predecessor, the 206 CC, was plagued with roof problems on early models and lacked refinement. read more

PROS

  • Stylish interior
  • Good to drive
  • Available with a refined diesel engine
  • Smooth ride
  • Air con standard

CONS

  • Pointless rear seats
  • Hard to get luggage out of the boot when roof is down
  • Slack manual gearbox

Ford StreetKa (03-06)

4 out of 5 4.0

The fun 'n' funky StreetKa was the first truly desirable Ford for years – even if this supermini roadster uses an updated version of an elderly Fiesta engine. It looks chic, handles precisely and has an excellent ride: all the style of an Audi TT without the price tag. read more

PROS

One of the best-looking convertibles on the market.

CONS

Ford skimped on the interior.

Nissan Micra C+C (05-09)

3 out of 5 3.0

There's no shortage of small convertibles on the market, but while the Micra C+C may not be the sportiest choice, it still has a lot going for it. Well built, comfortable and affordable to run, it's a drop top that appeals to the head as well as the heart. It does lose some of the cuteness of the standard Micra hatchback, but it's as easy to drive... read more

PROS

Good build quality, easy to drive, affordable running costs, neat electric roof

CONS

Pointless back seats, no diesel option available, cramped driving position

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