By Jason Notte
While driving in warm weather with your car's roof down doesn't have to be a luxury, the convertible is still frivolous, expensive, inefficient and rare — but not that rare anymore.
"The convertible segment as a whole has diminished in recent years, and finding an affordable new model that truly fits your needs has become all but impossible," says Trevor Dorchies, associate editor for Kelley Blue Book's KBB.com.
With help of Dorchies, Truecar contributor Brandy Schaffels, and CarGurus’ content manager Steve Halloran, we put together a list of convertibles that can give drivers the feel of the wind in their hair without taking too much more than $30,000 out of their accounts.
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