Why do fewer and fewer cars has a sunroof?

August 5, 2011 11:41pm CST
Why do fewer and fewer cars has a sunroof? Almost any older car has a sunroof, but rarely do I see the new cars have one. Is it perhaps that more and more cars have air conditioning?
2 responses
@rifnee (1713)
• Indonesia
6 Aug 11
It will be up to the widespread use of air conditioners. A sunroof can drag and pretty loud. For allergy sufferers there is no alternative to an air conditioner. In addition, it will be as under a tin roof sky disguised under a cover glass sunroof, despite getting hotter. Vehicles with sunroof can be worse than selling cars with air conditioning.
@Adoniah (7515)
• United States
6 Aug 11
It is because they eventually leak. They break easily. It is easy to break into the car this way. They are not efficient up north. I think they just did not sell as well as cars without them after the novelty wore off. There are still a few models that still have them though.