Seth wrote:Sunroofs are horrible and something almost almost always goes wrong with them. If they aren't leaking, then the moter is dying or the track is binding. I'll never buy a car with a sunroof if I can help it.
Everyone has their opinion.
I had one in my '80 RX7 back in high school, (Hand cranked vent and the kind you'd actually have to remove a part of the roof for it to be a sun roof), and one in my '82 Honda Prelude. No leaks or problems on either one. My '94 Pathfinder didn't have one and that sucked so when I bought my H3, it had to have a sunroof. I bought it new in 2006 and have had no problems what-so-ever with my sunroof even with my son opening and closing it over and over. It was one of the first buttons he saw that he liked to push when he plays in the car. (He's almost 3 now.)
Maybe I'm a lucky one but it was definitely a selling point for me and has worked flawlessly. Knock on wood
My wife had a convertible Sebring that leaked like a sieve. When we went to look for a new car for her, at the time she still wanted a convertible. The salesman, not having a 'true' convertible pointed us to a Jeep. He's point, "It's a convertible, it leaks like one..."