soft-top

soft-top

(sôft′tŏp′)
n.
A car having a top constructed of cloth or a combination of metal and cloth.

soft′-top′ adj.
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Its external entity comprises of polished aluminium with a trim frame on the A-pillar and a wide trim finish that surrounds the soft-top compartment.
After opening it folds down quietly and precisely and is stored in the soft-top compartment in the boot.
Its external entity comprises of polished aluminium (AMG Line in matt aluminium is GCC standard) with a trim frame on the A-pillar and a wide trim finish that surrounds the soft-top compartment.
IF YOU wanted fun in the sun with a small soft-top but needed four seats while holding on to some brilliant handling, what would you opt for?
Retro design is like that which is why Volkswagen also offers a soft-top Golf for those who can't really see the point.
Bigger, better equipped, with superior engineware and much-improved quality, this car arrived in the spring of 2013 and has proved to be a definite step upmarket, even though it still remains the most affordable route into Volkswagen soft-top ownership.
Auto Business News-March 28, 2014--Peugeot plans to equip 208 with fully automated soft-top
AUDI has lifted the lid on its first ever compact 'S' soft-top in the shape of a new 300PS A3 model.
In the case of the MX-5 Venture Edition the upgrades include new design 17-inch alloys, heated tan leather sports seats, tan door inserts and on the soft-top model a tan fabric roof.
A SOFT-TOP version of the new Beetle will be launched at the Los Angeles motor show at the end of November and will go on sale in the UK in spring.
As limited editions, Mazda only plan to deliver 250 soft-top versions and 550 roadsters.
The soft-top will cost from pounds 18,995 on the road and the hard-top can be delivered ready to go for pounds 22,285.