2015 Ford Mustang Convertible
First of all, it’s a Mustang. Going beyond that, a convertible variant has been part of the Mustang family from the very beginning. Half a century ago, the open-air version made up roughly 25 percent of the first year’s production, back when one could be secured for as little as $2557. So this car is more than just a profit center for Ford—it’s a core component of the company’s DNA, right alongside the country’s bestselling vehicle, the F-series pickup. For buyers, the Mustang droptop matters because there aren’t many sub-$30,000, four-seat convertibles that you can use as both a commuter vehicle and a weekend toy.