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I plan on just going with the coupe model. I don't require the convertible option. The convertible Q60 would be nice but I will be using it for driving all year round so it might not hold the heat good in the winter.
 

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It really depends, I like the convertible but its not as practical as a full roofed coupe. The roof can be prone to tearing over time. I don't want to have to deal with the hassle of replacing the top. If I had the luxury of having two vehicles to drive then the Q60 convertible would be good as a good second leisure vehicle.
 

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No interest in the Convertible Q60 at this time. Sounds like there are more things that might need to repair int eh future and being out of warranty when it does might hurt the bank. I'll just play it safe. Plus security wise I think it would be safer to get a coupe versus convertible.
 

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It really depends, I like the convertible but its not as practical as a full roofed coupe. The roof can be prone to tearing over time. I don't want to have to deal with the hassle of replacing the top. If I had the luxury of having two vehicles to drive then the Q60 convertible would be good as a good second leisure vehicle.
add leaking to that, i know some people have issues with their convertible tops that don't seal properly, some leak. But I haven't heard of it happening to Infinti's that often, seems rare with them.
 

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Coupe big time, convertibles loose a touch of driving dynamics because of rigidity and weight..
The biggest effects of a convertible the rigidity is huge for loosing out the B and c pillars Not to mention you loose top speed with the top down conflicting with aerodynamics. and the biggest issue is the extra weight of the convertible top motor.
 

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add leaking to that, i know some people have issues with their convertible tops that don't seal properly, some leak. But I haven't heard of it happening to Infinti's that often, seems rare with them.
Overtime the seals turn brittle and don't form around to seal properly. This is something expected but to prolong them, proper scheduled maintenance should make them last longer.
 
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