Mercedes-Benz panorama sunroof in E-Class
Call them sunroofs or moonroofs, UltraView or Panorama, or even something else, when it comes to the best family cars with dual sunroofs, it’s not the name that matters but how top-drawer the feature is.
Here are dual sunroofs from six automakers worth a look. Family vehicle choices include luxury cars, SUV, crossovers and minivans. Two are standard in certain models only, while the rest are optional equipment ranging in price from $1,090 to $1,595.
Mercedes-Benz C-Class, E-Class, S-Class
Three five-passenger luxury sedans from Mercedes-Benz, the C-Class, E-Class and S-Class, offer a panorama sunroof as optional equipment. Front and rear-seat passengers can enjoy sweeping skyward views through the fully-functional glass skyroof. The front portion provides tilt-up or slides over the rear section for a convertible-like open-air feeling. Dual interior power shades allow occupants to decide just how much sun to let in. Cost for such luxury is a mere $1,090.
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Another minivan, the seven-passenger Nissan Quest, offers a dual glass moonroof as a $1,350 option in two up-level trims, the Quest SL and LE. In the Quest SL, the dual moonroof also requires the DVD entertainment system.
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