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Rent a Convertible in Houston
Houston, Texas, is a sprawling city and we are fully prepared to show visitors a good time with the life-changing Tex-Mex cuisine, plenty of sunshine, and beautiful scenic drives. Whether you’re visiting family, taking a business trip, or taking a vacation, you won’t regret choosing a sleek and sporty convertible rental for your travel transportation. Reserve a Ford Mustang convertible or choose from our other soft-top models, like the Camaro convertible, for a vehicle that fits you and your needs best.
Make the most of your trip and rent a convertible in Houston from Avis. With several convenient locations scattered in and around the city, we make it easy to pick up and drop off your car rental. Keep reading for the best times of the year to rent a convertible in Houston, and our expert tips on where to take it for the best drives and views!
Convertible Season in Houston
Our city provides visitors and locals with beautiful weather year round. In the summer months (August being the hottest), you can expect high temperatures that range between 80 and 90 degrees and in the winter time, the temperatures rarely drop below 53 degrees. The real sweet spot for a convertible car rental is in the fall when the days are warm and the skies are clear.
Scenic Drives From Houston
Houston is a beautiful city with countless scenic drives and hilltop views. Experience our great city from the comfortable seat of your convertible car rental and check out our favorite spots to take your vehicle. For spectacular views that include the city skyline, head to Monument Inn or Eleanor Tinsley Park. Or if you’re looking for a day-trip drive, try one of the following:
Galveston State Park: Galveston Island has been through a lot of natural disasters—most of which were floods and storms from the Gulf of Mexico—but what remains is absolutely breathtaking. Steer your convertible toward the seawall road for a historical view that combines nature and man-made perseverance.
Hunt, Texas: Nestled into the rolling green hills of Texas hill country is a small, old town called Hunt. The drive to this little town is peaceful and beautiful, especially in the springtime, when the highway is surrounded by sprawling fields of colorful wildflowers and thick patches of bluebonnets.