Car review: BMW's new 430i Convertible allows control of the elements

The BMW 430i Convertible M Sport Pro.
The BMW 430i Convertible M Sport Pro.ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG
The BMW 430i Convertible M Sport Pro.
The BMW 430i Convertible M Sport Pro.ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG

SINGAPORE - Convertibles are not really ideal in a place like Singapore, which is either too hot, wet, dusty or smoky to drive with the top down for extended periods.

There are also often too many stops in between for you to enjoy uninterrupted wind-in-your-hair motoring. And driving with the roof up most of the time simply defeats the purpose of having a convertible.

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