As summer winds down, people are starting to liquidate their convertibles before winter hits. While it may seem illogical to buy a vehicle that’s prized for its summer usability at the tail end of the season, there’s actually no better time to buy, as the prices are low.
In fact, here are the five cheapest convertibles on Autotrader right now.
1992 Pontiac Sunbird SE – $1500
The Pontiac Sunbird was Pontiac‘s convertible version of the Chevy Cavalier. These were nice cars, but they were rather gutless, and few have survived into the modern era. But this example from the great state of Iowa has made it, and it could be your ride into the sky. Find a Pontiac Sunbird for sale
2004 Volkswagen Beetle Turbo – $1496
2002 Chrysler Sebring LX – $1477
The Chrysler Sebring isn’t the most interesting convertible in the world, but it’s still a convertible, and this example is insanely cheap at $1,477. Sure, it’s not perfect, but for that money, you’re unlikely to find basically any decent car — let alone one with a roof that drops so you can enjoy the open air. If you’re interested, this Sebring is offered by Integrity Auto Brokers in Pompano Beach, Florida. Find a Chrysler Sebring for sale
1995 Saab 900 S – $1295
The loss of the famous Swedish automobile brand in 2012 truly was a Saab story, but your tears can be ones of joy. This 900 even comes equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission, which helps the jet-inspired car give you the sensation of flying. It’s offered by Fuelin’ Fine Deals in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania for just $1,295. Find a Saab 900 for sale
2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT – $990
The ad states that you "MUST SEE THIS IN PERSON" — but given that it’s $990 for a vehicle with a convertible top that runs… buy, buy, buy! Find a Mitsubishi Eclipse for sale
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