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Whether you’re on your daily commute or enjoying a weekend adventure on the Coweta County area roads, letting in extra sun and catching some air via sunroof or moonroof can deliver a thrilling driving experience.
What’s the Difference Between a Sunroof and a Moonroof? While the terms sunroof and moonroof are often used interchangeably, there are some key differences between the two. A sunroof is body-colored panel in the roof that either tilts up to let in extra air, or can be removed manually to let in sun and air. A moonroof is a sliding, tinted glass panel that lets in both sun and air at the push of a button.
Panoramic roof systems are a more recent trend available on many new vehicles, and allow both front and rear passengers to enjoy fun in the sun. What sets panoramic roofs apart is their size: almost the entire roof is made of fixed and sliding glass panels, allowing Douglas County area drivers maximum sun and multiple air configurations.
Typically, the panel over the two front seats can tilt open and/or slide all the way back, while the glass panel over the rear seats remains fixed. Available as a standard feature or an option on a variety of makes and models, take a look at our new Chrysler, Jeep, and Dodge inventory to find the roof that fits your style.
If you’re already envisioning your dream sunroof, moonroof, or panoramic roof, be sure to explore all your Chrysler, Jeep, and Dodge roof options in person at Scott Evans Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram! Our current new vehicle specials can deliver savings that make catching Villa Rica air well within reach. And adding your current car’s value into the mix can make getting the roof of your dreams even easier. Discover your car’s value online before stopping by.
If you have questions about configurations and features, feel free to contact us at your convenience to discover even more about personalizing your Chrysler, Jeep, or Dodge.