The sunroof/moonroof that I am going to have installed is designed to not let any water
If you beleive that, leme sell you some swampland.
when buying my car I too heard that " all cars that have sunroofs, are done 'aftermarket' the instant they get of the boat".
That may be partilly true but the mafature has done some prep work in advance for a sunroof ie= the dranage lines and or, electral switches in factory locations.
If you are going to move foward with this I strongly suggest 2 things:
A: call youe\r insurance , find out what exactally what they cover, and reccommend. They will have handeled clames of damaged sunroofs before and can give you some experience. Expecially the auto apraiser, he/she has seen everything with wheels before.
B: demand for 5 prior customers that are 3+ years old who have had this done. talk to them (in person) to see what problems they have had (if any). If the compamy cant produce or refuse...walk away.
trust me man that musty smell in my dads truck pisses me off everytime I get into it, and its there for life.
PPS if you live in a "sunshine state".. to words ' Dry Rot' . that sunroof will leak. Its a matter of when not if.
PPSS ask them why is this a Limited warntee? what changes when you sell the car that *poof* the coverage is gone...