We slide behind the wheel of the likable—and Euro-only—reborn Golf Cab.
When it comes to convertible roofs, most enthusiasts agree on the ragtop’s superiority: they’re lighter and they take up less room when stowed. More subjectively, they often look better when raised, and a fabric roof evokes nostalgic memories of classic roadsters and droptops. Of course, folding hardtops have their good points, too. They give an impression of having a coupe and a convertible in one vehicle, they are a bit easier to care for, and they provide a sense of security—no thief will ever be tempted to shred through a metal roof with a knife.
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