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Top 10 Gas Guzzling Convertibles

2015 Bentley Continental GT

2015 Bentley Continental GT

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If you’re looking for a convertible that’ll just get you from point A to point B, with a little fresh air and a little extra sun on your face, there’s plenty of those on the market. If you want a convertible that’ll make every drive a lot more exciting, something more like a sports car or a luxury car, then you still have plenty of options, but you should probably be prepared to spend a lot more money. If this comes as a surprise, the list of the top 10 gas guzzling convertibles will help you understand why. Low gas mileage convertibles mean you’ll be stopping at the fuel pump a lot more often, although the exact reasons differ from model to model.

Some of the low MPG convertibles achieve this status thanks to super powerful engines that will guarantee a thrilling drive. Plenty of high end convertibles share platforms and mechanical systems with their brands’ sports cars, so they are essentially sports cars with a drop top option. It’s no surprise that these end up with window stickers that designate them as low fuel economy convertibles, especially since the convertible top mechanism adds weight and reduces aerodynamics. And that’s another reason a lot of gas guzzler convertibles use more fuel than their sedan or coupe counterparts. Modifying a car’s body to make a retractable roof adds a lot of weight and a lot of wind resistance, which makes the car less efficient whether the roof is open or closed. This is a standard factor across all convertibles, even those that aren’t ranked among the lowest gas mileage convertibles. Gas guzzling convertibles also stand out because even if they aren’t that powerful, they’re still pretty nice, with heavy interior features and exterior accessories. Such touches make for a nice drive, even if it’s an expensive one.