Cars.com Faceoff: High Roller Convertibles

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What do we do for fun at the Cars.com offices? We take three $80,000- plus luxury convertibles and see which one rules for high-class summer cruising. The latest Cars.com faceoff features three of today’s top luxury droptops: the 2007 BMW 650i, 2007 Jaguar XK and 2007 Mercedes-Benz SL500. All three have power and looks, but we also took wind noise and ease of retracting the top into account — along with a number of other factors — to determine our winner. 

Cars.comparison: High-Roller Convertibles

By David Thomas | August 2, 2007 | Comments (5)
Tags: Car Reviews

Comments 

Euro

Thats great that the Jag one cuz i love it the most out of the 3 three but you should of had it be a XKR, then it would of womped the compition on the 0-60 test

Euro

Thats great that the Jag one cuz i love it the most out of the 3 three but you should of had it be a XKR, then it would of womped the compition on the 0-60 test

Rob

Why is it that no American company can make a car as beautiful as the Jaguar? I like the Corvette but the Jag is better looking.

Juan Carlos

any reason the cadillac xlr-v isn't here?

The XLR would have made an interesting competitor, but one wasn't available for this comparison. If we had been comparing an M6 and an AMG SL, the XLR-V would have fit right in with those two.

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