When you’re shopping for a new Land Rover, you might be thinking that a sunroof or moonroof would be a great way to enjoy driving around on summer days in Greenwich. And you’re right! What’s the difference between a sunroof and a moonroof? A sunroof is made of glass or metal that slides open or pops up to allow light to flow into the cabin. A moonroof is a clear or tinted glass that can slide between the roof and headliner, tilting open for fresh air.
Panoramic sunroofs and moonroofs are popular in New Canaan and Stamford, and they’re also the kind of room systems that you’ll find on luxurious Land Rover models. It’s a large or multi-panel roof with openings above the front and rear seats. The panels can either be operable or fixed. The panoramic moon/sunroof is normally offered as an available option on base trims, and standard on the higher luxury trims.
Land Rover offers a fixed or sliding panoramic roof for many of their available SUVs. Consult the list below to find a Land Rover which offers the panoramic roof system:
Are you ready to feel the sun (or the moon) on your face? Contact Land Rover Darien and schedule a test drive in Darien to experience the difference between sunroof and moonroof for yourself! No matter which model you settle on, we know you’ll love how you feel behind the wheel.