BMW Convertible Buying Guide

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BMW 1-Series Convertible

2013-2008 |Sports

The BMW 1 Series launched in the fall of 2004 as the brand's entry-level vehicle.

BMW 2-Series Convertible

2019-2015 |Sports

BMW 3-Series Convertible

2013-1995 |Luxury

The BMW 3 Series is a compact premium car that was originally introduced as the as a replacement to the BMW 2002 in 1977.

BMW 4-Series Convertible

2017-2014 |Luxury, Sports

BMW 6-Series Convertible

2018-2012, 2010-2004 |Sports

The BMW 6 Series was originally launched in 1976 as a successor to the BMW 3.0CS and 3.0CSi models.

BMW Alpina Roadster V8 Convertible

2003 |Sports

The BMW Alpina Roadster V8 was produced by BMW for just one year.

BMW i8 Convertible

2019 |Hybrid, Sports

BMW M Convertible

2002-1998 |Sports

In 1972, BMW created BMW M (Motorsport) GmbH as a subsidiary company to look after the BMW racing program.

BMW M235 Convertible

2016 |Sports

BMW M3 Convertible

2013-2008, 2006-2001 |Luxury

The BMW M3 is based on the BMW 3 Series and was unveiled in 1986.

BMW M4 Convertible

2019, 2017-2015 |Sports

BMW M6 Convertible

2018-2013, 2010-2007 |Sports

Like several other automakers, the history of BMW starts with a product meant to move vehicles in the air, not on land.

BMW Z3 Convertible

2002-1996 |Sports

The BMW Z3 was the first in a line of roadsters produced for wide consumption by the BMW car company.

BMW Z4 Convertible

2016-2003 |Sports

While only in production since 2002, the BMW Z4 is part of a long line of BMW roadster-style cars.

BMW Z8 Convertible

2003-2000 |Sports

One thing that can be said about the 2012 BMW Z8 model is that it is BMW's most exclusive roadster, a classic sports-car offered in the traditional two-seat coupe design.