When the weather is nice, there’s nothing better than driving with the warm summer air flowing and the sun shining down on you. While convertibles can give you a bit too much wind, sun roofs are the perfect solution: they allow you to experience all the blue sky and sunshine without feeling overwhelmed.
In recent years, sunroofs have exploded in popularity, becoming bigger and better than ever. Panoramic sunroofs have changed the experience from having one small skylight to having your whole car exposed to the sky. For people who like feeling in touch with the outdoors, panoramic sunroofs are a perfect enhancement. Even if you’re not ready to go all-in on a glass ceiling, having a duel or even traditional sunroof can let you enjoy a little extra touch of summer.
Today you can get a sunroof on any type of car, from trucks to tiny hybrids. Here are five Carvana cars with the option for a sunroof, and an array of other features that will dazzle you.
Kia Sorento: The Kia Sorento is a budget-friendly three-row SUV that also comes with Kia’s outstanding warranty. Inside, you’ll get an upscale interior and seating for up to seven. Part of the Sorento’s outstanding interior is the panoramic sunroof, which is optional on the LX and EX trim levels, and standard on the high-end SX and SXL editions.
Audi A4: If you’re looking for a more luxurious ride, choose the Audi A4, which has upscale features like standard leather seats, but won’t break the bank. The sedan’s super comfortable seats and option for traditional or panoramic sunroof make it a great car for summer driving. Plus, the Audi comes with a power shade for the sunroof, so you can cool the cabin down with a push of the button.
Ford F-150: The F-150 was born as a workhorse, but today its luxurious interior is more of a show pony, and will satisfy even the pickiest consumers. The F-150 has an optional panoramic sunroof, which can be paired with other up-scale features like massaging seats (you read that right) so that you really feel that you’re driving in the lap of luxury. Of course, America’s most popular vehicle also has plenty of horsepower to tow all your summer toys while you relax inside the cabin.
Honda Fit: A subcompact car is appealing for a variety of reasons, including great fuel economy, easy parking, and a low starting price. Despite the fact that the Fit is one of the most spacious subcompact cars available, there’s no avoiding the fact that the interior can feel cramped. A sunroof is a great way to make the cabin feel more spacious, and the Honda Fit provides just that, on the higher-end EX and EX-L trim levels.
Toyota Prius: If you appreciate being exposed to the great outdoors you might want to support the environment by driving a hybrid. The Prius, which was the first mass-produced hybrid, is still a favorite. Drivers love its outstanding fuel economy and optional all-wheel drive, which will get you to even your most remote summer adventures. The Prius comes with dual moon roofs, and also an optional solar-panel roof system that will keep your car cool during the summer.