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Sorry, but I disagree. I have had a sunroof in almost all of my vehicles and none of these things he says hold true (except maybe the added expense).
So rather than pass it by, you had to say it was wrong.
Apologies, no offense was intended. I will clarify by saying that 1) the author is on some form of rant that only provides his personal opinion and 2) in my experience of owning multiple vehicles with a sunroof, I have not experienced any of these issues. That being said, it probably boils down to personal preference as well as the particular make/model of vehicle. I am sure it may be different for everyone. The comments on the story would also imply that.
I need to write an article now on why I will never buy a car that is not a convertible. If the top does not go down, what is the point? :)
That being said, I enjoyed his tongue in cheek humor and rant. Some of his points are technically correct.
If was I was not dead set on driving convertibles, it would compel me to go buy a car with a sunroof. I want to see the sky and feel the wind. Common sense be hanged.
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