Feel the Breeze With These Jeep and Chrysler Sunroof Options
Isn’t it nice to drive with the windows down and get a fresh breeze? What about when you want to feel the breeze but don’t want to have wind constantly slapping you in the face or distorting the sound from the stereo? That’s where sunroofs come in. They’re a way to get fresh air and a nice breeze without overwhelming the passengers with a breeze that is too powerful. They’re made in many ways, in varying shapes and sizes, and you can find various kinds on Jeep® vehicles and the Chrysler Pacifica.
Jeep Has Three Sunroof Options
Jeep makes three different types of sunroofs – a basic power sunroof, a CommandView® Dual-Pane Panoramic Sunroof, and the MySky Sunroof.
A normal everyday sunroof is that single roof panel located between the driver and passenger seats. When a user wants to open it, they push a button to retract the panel and let air into the vehicle. This type of sunroof is available on the 2017 Jeep Patriot and 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
CommandView® Dual-Pane Panoramic Sunroof
The CommandView Dual-Pane Panoramic Sunroof is a little different, and it can be found on the 2017 Jeep Cherokee and 2017 Jeep Compass. Being a dual-pane sunroof, there is a panel that stretches the length of the the front and back row seat, so everyone gets to have a view of the sky above them. However, the front panel is the only retractable panel, whereas the rear is a fixed glass panel with powered sunshade, which easily opens or closes to provide additional shade when necessary.
Then there’s the MySky Sunroof, currently only found on the 2017 Jeep Renegade. This one’s special, also a dual-pane, but with a twist. Like the CommandView, the MySky has a fixed rear glass panel, whereas the front panel can retract and open up to let light and air into the front of the cabin. But, if you want both open, the front and rear panel can be removed and stored in a height-adjustable rear cargo area easily. When the tops are removed, the Renegade has the similar open-air feel as the Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited.
Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited’s Easy Configurations
Although without sunroofs, we thought it would be nice to point out that drivers can still enjoy the open air in a Jeep Wrangler or Wrangler Unlimited. Famous for their easily configured exterior, owners can easily remove the vehicle’s hard- or soft-top as well as remove the vehicle’s doors whenever they choose.
Chrysler Pacifica’s Tri-Pane Panoramic Sunroof
A great way to enjoy the breeze or star gaze with family and friends, the Chrysler Pacifica is available with the award-winning tri-pane panoramic sunroof. With the touch of a button, the Pacifica’s huge three-pane sunroof can be fully opened from the first- to second-row seats. The third row has fixed overhead glass with deep-tint. Even if the sunroof on the Pacifica is closed, the shade is transparent, so passengers can look up and watch the sky.
Wish your car had a sunroof like those found on Jeeps and the Chrysler Pacifica? Well you can check our inventory and find one today.