10: Lexus LC 500 Convertible
The Lexus lineup has changed a lot over the past few decades, and the main thing you’ll notice is an increase in models. Lexus was never big in the convertible market, but the SC430 was a decent start. The Lexus LC 500 Convertible is a more mainstream vehicle that can appeal to a broader range of consumers.
The problem is that the build quality just isn’t there in a lot of aspects, and the car tries to be too technologically advanced. One of the plus sides of the LC 500 is the fact the convertible has rather smooth road manners. If you can put up with the questionable build quality of the first-generation car, the LC 500 Convertible might be worth looking into. The days of the convertible are numbered thanks to the rise of the crossover SUV, so this Lexus is another car to avoid.