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New Sports/convertibles

72 New Sports/convertibles reviews available

  • Alfa Romeo Brera (2006-2010)

    Alfa Romeo Brera

    New price: £25,622 - £36,137

    Alfa Romeo do exotic and dramatic very well - witness the Brera two-door coupe sports car. But only the Which? Car road test tells the whole story.
  • Alfa Romeo GT (2004-2010)

    Alfa Romeo GT

    New price: £19,990 - £23,576

    Not as powerful as the Brera but with a bit more space round the back, Alfa Romeo's 2004 GT looks like a classic sports car.
  • Alfa Romeo Spider (2006-2010)

    Alfa Romeo Spider1

    New price: £27,665 - £38,180

    Alfa Romeo's Spider sports car screams 'old school' fun. Hardly surprising for a two-door convertible from the Italian marque.
  • Audi A3 Cabriolet (2008-)

    Audi A3 Cabrio

    New price: £21,005 - £31,995

    We test the soft-top version of Audi's premium hatchback.
  • Audi A5 Cabriolet (2009-)

    Audi A5 Cabrio 2012 1

    New price: £28,825 - £68,645

    We test the soft-top version of the stylish A5.
  • Audi A5 Coupe (2007-)

    Audi A5 Coupe 2012 1

    New price: £25,850 - £59,415

    The A5 coupé and convertible don't major on practicality (the five-door Sportback does that), but they reflect Audi's coupé heritage.
  • Audi R8 (2007-)

    Audi R81

    New price: £84,555 - £157,550

    Fast, expensive and impractical. Read on to find out what you didn't know about the Audi R8 sports car range. Built from 2008 onwards.
  • Audi RS3 (2011-)

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    New price: £39,565 - £39,565

    Sporty and practical, but expensive to own: we test the Audi RS3 hatchback.
  • Audi RS5 Coupe

    Audi RS5 1

    New price: £58,340 - £58,340

    We test the Audi RS5 Coupe - it's stunningly fast and looks the part, but is it worth the high price?
  • Audi TT (2006-)

    Audi TT Mk21

    New price: £24,435 - £52,440

    The second-generation Audi TT arguably looks better than the iconic original. The Which? road testers find out if it's better to drive, too.
  • BMW 1 Series Coupe (2008-2013)

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    New price: £21,995 - £39,655

    Hankering after a sporty version of BMW's entry-level junior hatchback? Then take a look at the German marques 1 Series Coupe, launched in 2008.
  • BMW 1 Series M Coupé

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    New price: £39,655 - £39,655

    Can the 1 Series M Coupé live up to its billing as a 'junior M3'?

Used Sports/convertibles

76 Used Sports/convertibles reviews available

  • Mercedes-Benz SLK (2011-)

    Mercedes SLK 2011 1

    Used price: From £27,750

    Is the latest version of Mercedes' popular SLK roadster the best yet - and does it match up to the BMW Z4 and Porsche Boxster?
  • Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG

    Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG

    Used price: From £131,000

    Which? Car tests the successor to the legendary 1950s SL 300
  • Mini Convertible (2004-2008)

    Mini Convertible 1

    Used price: From £6,295

    The Mini Convertible opened up the BMW Mini to an even wider audience, and in spite of its age that popularity hasn't yet started to wane.
  • Mini Convertible (2009-)

    Mini Convertible 1

    Used price: From £11,695

    The latest version of the Mini Convertible. The Mini hatchback provides a great base for this soft-top, which is stylish and fun, but offers little practicality.
  • Nissan 350Z (2003-2009)

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    Used price: From £7,450

    The 350Z was Nissan's 2003 return to its infamous Z range. It was offered as a brawny coupe or drop-top to rival the Audi TT, Merc SLK and Porsche Boxster.
  • Nissan 370Z (2009-)

    Nissan 370Z 1

    Used price: From £18,850

    Nissan's 370Z coupe and convertible are old-school sports cars - something like an updated MGB for the 21st century.
  • Nissan GT-R (2009-)

    2014 Nissan GT-R 1

    Used price: From £42,500

    The much-lauded GT-R is Nissan showing off its engineering abilities. But is it really a rival to a Porsche 911, or even more exotic supercars?
  • Nissan Micra C+C (2005-2009)

    Nissan Micra C C 1

    Used price: From £4,795

    The Nissan Micra C+C is surprisingly practical for a convertible supermini, with a large boot and electric hard-top. How does it compare against the Peugeot 206 CC?
  • Peugeot 206 CC (2001-2007)

    Peugeot 206 CC 1

    Used price: From £2,625

    The Peugeot 206 CC is a supermini with the added attraction of a folding hard-top. It's now cheap to buy, but hasn't proved reliable or trouble-free.
  • Peugeot 207 CC (2007-)

    Peugeot 207 CC 5

    Used price: From £7,350

    The 'coupe-cabriolet' convertible version of Peugeot's 207 supermini, with room for two adults. Not really a sports car, but a popular slice of fun all the same.
  • Peugeot 307 CC (2003-2009)

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    Used price: From £4,495

    The 'coupe-cabriolet' version of Peugeot's 307 hatchback. As with its smaller 207 CC sibling, the 307 CC is more boulevard cruiser than true sports car.
  • Peugeot 308 CC (2009-)

    Peugeot308cc

    Used price: From £11,695

    The 308 CC is a coupe-cabriolet convertible version of the popular 308. As with all of Peugeot's CC models, the folding metal roof really appeals to UK drivers.

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