There’s nothing that screams summer fun like cruising with the top down. Whether you’re heading to the beach or driving down winding country roads, feeling the wind in your hair and the sun on your face is the ultimate summer driving experience.

When it comes to choosing a convertible, you want a car that is sexy and fun, but also reliable, comfortable, and safe. Luckily, there are many great convertible options available. These cars will give you a thrill and also get you to work on time. That said, they’re so much fun that we wouldn’t blame you at all if you wanted to play hookie.

Chevrolet Camaro

The Camaro is one of the original American muscle cars and has captured the hearts of drivers since it debuted in 1966. Chevy stopped producing the Camaro in 2002, but brought it back with a vengeance in 2010, launching the fifth generation of the car, which enthusiasts say is the best Camaro yet.

The Camaro is a perfect convertible for people who are looking for an adrenaline rush. The car is quick and handles well enough to take on even the windiest roads. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) gives the Camaro Coupe a 5-star crash test rating. Although the agency hasn’t specifically tested the convertible, you can rest assured that you’re safe behind the wheel of this muscle car.

Ford Mustang

The Ford Mustang brought driving to a new level of cool when it burst onto the scene in 1964, just in time for the Baby Boomer generation to get behind the wheel. The Mustang has remained consistently popular through the years, which is why there has never been a break in production of this iconic car. In 2015, the Mustang was redesigned to mark its 50th anniversary, bringing modern comfort and style while echoing back to Mustangs of the past.

The newly redesigned Mustang convertible is a great option for drivers who want to satisfy both their adventurous and practical sides. The new Mustang convertible has great power but also awesome fuel economy. The car looks like a hot rod but is reliable and safe. Buying a 2015 or 2016 model will give consumers all the advantages of the redesign at an exceptional value.

BMW 4-Series

The 4-Series is one of the newer convertibles on the market, having been introduced in 2014. However, for a young car, the 4-Series has made a big impact. U.S. News and World Report named it the best upscale small car for 2014, citing its great handling, smooth ride, and stylish appearance.

The 4-Series is a convertible for drivers who want elegance and power. The hard-top roof gives the car’s exterior a sleek, understated appearance, while the turbocharged engine delivers fast acceleration the second you put your foot down. If you’re opting for the 4-Series, you’ll want to travel light, since the two-door car has a small interior and not a lot of trunk space.

Audi A3

The A3 is the entry-level Audi, but buyers looking to experience the brand’s luxury status won’t be disappointed with the car, especially if they opt for one made after 2015 redesign. From the outside, the A3 looks sleek and compact, but inside the cabin is roomy enough for a whole day of cruising. That’s important, because the A3’s handling – even at high speeds – makes this a car you won’t want to stop driving.

The A3 is the perfect convertible for city slickers who like to get to work in style and have fun once they get out. You’ll love climbing into the A3 and driving fast and far, discovering new places where ever the road takes you.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class is a car that combines style and practicality. The E-Class gives you everything you want from a Mercedes-Benz, including great handling and interior comfort. The newer models, including 2014, also have cutting edge technology that makes driving safer, including sensors that help the E-Class navigate traffic and even steer for up to ten seconds if the driver’s hands aren’t on the wheel.

This convertible is for the driver who wants to cruise in comfort. The E-Class is big enough to fit your family or friends comfortably in the back seat, and Mercedes insists that it’s the quietest convertible in its class, allowing everyone to enjoy the ride.