sunroof


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sunroof

, sunshine roof
a panel, often translucent, that may be opened in the roof of a car
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The demand for sunroof system as an after sale customization witnessed a spike in popularity, especially among the younger population in Asian countries.
A woman has been rescued from her overturned car through the sunroof by ambulance staff and firefighters.
She said: "e PS2500 bill covers a new sunroof and repairing damage to the paintwork and the car's interior – the leather seats are a mess, for example.
NHTSA said it has received 11 consumer complaints saying that sunroofs have shattered or exploded in their 2012 Veloster models.
When compared to an EPDM sunroof seal with the same cross-sectional design, the TPV sunroof seal shows improvements in load loss set (figure 2).
The latter group accurately expected their enjoyment of the sunroof to diminish over time, while the former group overestimated their enjoyment level for the sunroof several months after purchase," they added.
A majority of the 20 reported incidents occurred while the cars were in motion with the sunroof closed, according to the ministry.
A DRIVER had an incredible escape after his head smashed through the sunroof of his car as it rolled and crashed into a ditch.
During the warranty period, Phil had to go back to the dealer four times because the A4's sunroof kept opening on its own.
Renault has also brought in a range of new options for the Sport Tourer range, including an electric panoramic glass sunroof at pounds 600 and a Comfort Pack, incorporating the sunroof, dash-mounted six CD multi-changer, electric folding door mirrors and hands-free card for pounds 850.
A motorist's decision to leave his sunroof open saved his life when a falling tree smashed on to his car and propelled him through the gap.
OPEN-AIR MOTORING: The new C3 features a superb full-length electric sunroof