If you want with the wind in your hair and to feel wild and free, a convertible is the right place to start. A convertible is a car that can go from having a fully enclosed cab to an open-air one. Technically, any vehicle that can accomplish that can be considered a convertible, though most people picture a sports car or a coupe.
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Convertibles come as two seaters like the Mazda Miada, or the Toyota S2000. They also come with a second row like the Chrysler 200S, the Mercedes E class, or the Ford Mustang. Don't forget the vehicles that might not fit your expectations of a convertible, like the iconic Jeep Wrangler.
Convertibles are fun to drive because of their easy maneuverability, quick acceleration, and, of course, the top down option. With a convertible, you do lose a few things to gain the fun driving experience and the obvious cool-factor. Convertibles are generally less safe because there is no solid roof. Even with it in place, the roof is very weak compared to a vehicle with a solid top. Because most convertibles are smaller vehicles, you can also lose passenger space and cargo space. A convertible is all about the experience of feeling the wind in your hair, as well as the adaptability of having two different driving experiences in one.