Top 5 – These are the ‘cheapest’ convertibles on the Dutch market

1 – Mazda MX-5 (37,490 euros)

The Mazda MX-5 often comes up when we think about lists of nice cars. Let’s recount how Mazda revived the roadster in 1989 – against the grain. The Japanese successfully took off with a concept that especially British brands were famous for until the oil crisis in 1973. Mazda’s accountants nodded approvingly, because more than a million units of the lightweight two-seater were sold. Generation four (ND) has been in the price list for seven years now. Should we fear the future of the MX-5? Well, no, there’s just a new one coming, probably in 2024.

2 – Mini Cabrio (34,990 euros)

Do you want your Venti Nitro Cold Brew Skimmed Latte Frappuccino with Cascara Sweet Cream or not? It’s a Starbucks question that Mini Convertible drivers can answer right away. After all, they are used to option lists as thick as War and peace by Leo Tolstoy: with dozens of light-alloy wheels, mirror caps with or without a finish flag, extra rally lights on the hood, and much more. Because no matter how well the Mini drives, it will never completely lose its accessory image.

Top 5 - These are the 'cheapest' convertibles on the Dutch market

3 – Smart EQ Fortwo Cabrio (26.995 euro)

In the city, you feel invincible in your electric Smart Fortwo, thanks to its compact dimensions and smooth acceleration. But its range has hardly improved in 14 years, so you only get 130 kilometers on one battery charge. If the Smart
EQ Fortwo would be a bargain, you can forgive him a lot. But the two-seater costs almost 27,000 euros. A pity, because another good feature of the Smart was also preserved: you can lose it in every minuscule parking space, if necessary across.

Top 5 - These are the 'cheapest' convertibles on the Dutch market

4 – Volkswagen T-Roc Cabrio (41.290 euro)

We sometimes get emails from grumbling readers: “You always write that Volkswagen is so boring.” Point tasks. Maybe that’s why we almost forgot the T-Roc Cabrio in this overview. It is the only Volkswagen with which you can still drive open. When he arrived two years ago, we wrote about a poor man’s Evoque Convertible, but Volkswagen has the last laugh. The Evoque went down ingloriously, the T-Roc Cabrio is still there. You can drive homeless into the summer in just 9 seconds.

Top 5 - These are the 'cheapest' convertibles on the Dutch market

5 – Fiat 500C / 500e Cabrio (19.050 / 33.900 euro)

It’s not going well for Fiat either. If they come with an electric, well-driving car that has quite an impressive range (more than 300 kilometers), nobody wants it! Most 500 buyers still go for the almost 15-year-old model. The good news for convertible enthusiasts is that both versions are also available with a large roll-top roof. With its 70 hp petrol engine, the ‘old’ Fiat 500C is even the cheapest convertible in the Netherlands, with a base price under 20,000 euros.


Source: Autoreview.nl by www.autoreview.nl.

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