Three Reasons Why You’d Want To Buy A Convertible Coupe


We’re now well into the second month of the year. Christmas has been fully-paid for in the case of most families across the United Kingdom. And this means that attentions can now focus towards saving for those substantial purchases – like a holiday abroad or a brand new car.

If you’re thinking about saving money towards the purchase of the latter, there are a number of things you need to consider – regardless of what style you go for.

There’ll be plenty of people mulling over the purchase of a convertible model – with the idea of saving now to have enough to make their purchase in time for the warm summer months.

There are plenty of sceptics out there, though. We’re not amongst them. And that’s why we’ve made the case for convertible coupé models in a short, easy-to-follow guide.

The Look

PEUGEOT-RCZ-R-1Convertible coupé cars are notoriously classy. They’re typically dominated by sleek curved lines, and wonderfully refined body features – although this, of course, will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer (they all have an individual design stamp).

Peugeot’s RCZ R, with its double bubble roof, is a fine example of this. Although looks aren’t everything – we’ve heard that one before – it’s always nice to have a car which you know is capable of turning heads, as well as delivering up solid performance levels.

Hard Top

If you’d have wanted to buy a convertible coupé car a couple of decades ago, you’d have had one choice – a soft top with a canvas roof. Although this layer of canvas was capable of withstanding light natural elements, in heavier storms the driver certainly felt the conditions they were driving in – sitting at the steering wheel practicality freezing.

If it rips you’ve got a pretty serious problem too. The canvas top is okay if you live in a country that doesn’t experience the kind of weather conditions we do in the United Kingdom.

However, in the past decade, technological advances have given motorists a choice when it comes to buying a convertible. Mechanically-operated hard tops have become hugely popular – and understandably so in a country that gets so much rain.

This means that if you want to enjoy the blazing sunshine of the summer months you can, but during the freezing winter you don’t have to worry about rain and snow reaching the interior of your vehicle.

Better still, with mechanical hard tops; it’s all done with the simple push of a button!

Enjoy The Weather In The Best Way Possible

Driving down English country roads with the roof down in the glorious sunshine – there are very few better ways to spend an afternoon. With the roof down you get to soak up the rays, feel the wind in your hair as you drive and take in all the fantastic scenery. And you just can’t do that it in, for example, a city car.

We’ve only just begun to touch on the reasons why you’d want to buy a convertible coupé. Why not go find out for yourself by arranging a test drive?

See the Peugeot RCZ R in action

About our guest blogger

Louisa Jenkins is a car enthusiast. She loves driving and writing, and combines the passion she has for both to create blogs. These pieces vary from buying advice pieces to industry news on the latest Peugeot coupé cars.

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