At first glance, logic might dictate the phrase “best all-wheel drive convertibles” to be something of an oxymoron. This is because most people think all-wheel drive is offered primarily to improve traction in wet, snowy, and or muddy road conditions and these situations generally stem from weather less than conducive to the enjoyment of a Convertible. However, the cognoscenti know all-wheel drive can also serve a performance function. You see, because of their superior traction, all-wheel drive models also have the potential to handle better than their two-wheel drive counterparts. For this reason, the best all-wheel drive convertibles tend to skew more toward the performance end of the spectrum.