2011 Hardtop Convertibles

There are many hardtop convertible cars 2011 models out there. On this page, we’ll list the most popular 2011 models and their distinctive features.

2011 Mazda Miata Touring Hardtop Convertible

  • MSRP from: $27,150
  • 5 year total maintenance costs: $34,008

2011 Mazda Miata is a two-seat convertible that offers less power and space than 2011 Ford Mustang GT, but has more precise handling and better feel for the road.

2011 Chrysler 200 Convertible

  • MSRP from: $32,235.
  • 5 year total maintenance costs:

2011 Chrysler 200 Convertible, a widely discussed 2-door 4-passenger hardtop convertible, is actually a re-designed Sebring sedan which is positioned as one of the only non-luxury convertibles its size with a retractable hardtop

Ford Mustang convertible and Volkswagen Eos and its major competitors. Such known issues in Sebring as creaking, which points to issues with the frame and suspension, however, leaves many experts sceptical about the construction rigidity of the new hardtop model, although Chrysler claims that virtually every single part of the suspension was redesigned and retuned.

2011 Volkswagen Eos

2011 Volkswagen Eos is a 2-door 4-passenger hardtop convertible with limited backseat space, the model primarily for those who enjoy not speed but comfort, sun and air in the first place. Retractable hardtop is combined with built-in sunroof. 2011 Volkswagen Eos is perfect for boulevards rather than back roads, demonstrating driving vagueness without sports suspension.

  • Average price: $32,940
  • 5 year total maintenance costs:

2011 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

2011 Ford Mustang GT Convertible is a relatively large in size, and in spite of still being a ubiquitous choice, offers substantial improvements compared with 2010 model.

If you like the look of a 1969-70 Mustang, 2011 Ford Mustang GT Convertible mimics it, combining retro with modern touches, Revises suspension delivers a smoother, better controlled ride and improved steering feel. However, shifter gates are the close, with just millimeters between first and third, so you can easily take fifth instead of third.

If you are seriously considering purchasing a hardtop convertible, weight all pros and cons of convertible cars.