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- noun A convertible automobile.
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The Mk II ragtop is about 3 inches longer than the first-gen; same wheelbase, nearly the same width and height.
While the ragtop is a bit slower to 60 mph (4.9 seconds, compared with 4.6 for the coupe) and a half-second more leisurely through the quarter-mile (13.4 seconds), the retracted top cures the low-roof coupe's biggest functional liability: massive rear-quarter blind spots and desperately limited outward visibility.
The ragtop had been using a lower-tech 1. 6-liter of different design and manufacture.
General Motors The 2011 Camaro Convertible Chevrolet reports that the new Camaro SS convertible, a ragtop version of America's hillbilly Veyron, weighs a mere 246 pounds more than the SS coupe.
Part of me wanted him to buy that Saab ragtop, and not just because it was a classy s et of wheels: I saw it as a magic carpet.
What, do the ragtop cops come 'round every month and make sure you met a quota?
More from the dynamics notebook: Not surprisingly for a front-engine V8 convertible, the SS ragtop is a little nose-heavy and the engineers have thoughtfully dialed in an additional degree of protective understeer, lest you, in an exuberant moment, wipe out your neighbor's display of wooden duck windmills.
General Motors Not surprisingly for a front-engine V8 convertible, the SS ragtop is a little nose-heavy and the engineers have thoughtfully dialed in an additional degree of protective understeer.
Audi is probably going to pull the trigger on a Q5 cabrio soon, and Jeep has been making a ragtop Wrangler since the Earth cooled.
Mini Cooper ragtop now using the updated chassis and drivetrain that's been in the hardtop for several years.