Sunroofs have become a popular option for many car buyers, as they provide an easy way for more light and air to enter the car. It's generally considered one of the least expensive luxury items you can obtain. Consequently, sunroofs have become one of the largest-selling car accessories, in both factory and after-market versions. They're available in a wide variety of types, styles, sizes, and colors. If you're considering buying a car equipped with a sunroof, some specific aspects to consider are size of the opening, reduction in headroom, and whether it's manually or electrically operated. In the event that the car you wish to buy doesn't come with a sunroof option, you can always have it installed at a professional shop later. Putting in a sunroof generally increases the resale value of most cars. Remember, however, that sunroofs made from and installed by after-market suppliers may not be of the same quality as the manufacturer's product and as a result, be more likely to malfunction. Thus, it's a good idea to make sure your sunroof is covered by a good warranty that guards against problems.
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