Moonroof VS. Sunroof - What's The Difference?

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TORONTO - eTradeWire -- Are you thinking of purchasing a used vehicle? Good Fellow's Auto Wholesalers is here today to outline to you one specific feature you may not have considered which style you would prefer. Here are introducing the differences between the sunroof and moonroof to allow you to weigh your options and decide which is the one you would like in our new used car. Keep reading to find out more.

The History

Firstly, let's cover the history aspect first. Originally in cars, the "sunroof" was known to be panels located on the roof of the car that had to be manually taken out and put back in. As time has evolved, these now electric sliding windows have made the process much easier.

In the original design, there were a few design flaws. This includes that if you were driving with your panels out and it started to rain, you would have to pull over and manually insert them back in before your whole car interior got soaked. Secondly, another flaw was that if you had ever forgot to insert your panels back in, it was common for theft to happen as your vehicle was then easy to steal from. As you can see, this old design was not the greatest planned.

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How We Can Help

At Good Fellow's Auto Wholesalers our team is always a phone call away to answer any of your questions or concerns. If you would like to learn more about which of the vehicles on our lots come with a sunroof, contact our team today!

📞 Phone: +1 855-581-9590

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📍 Visit our showroom: 3675 Keele St, Toronto, ON M3J 1M6

Good Fellow's Auto Wholesalers
+1 855-581-9590

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