it never rains here so always!
when i was looking for my GS i passed up many good ones coz they didnt have a 'Moon roof' lol. I love it and any luxury car should have one.
best thing about it is at night when you recline ur seat and look at the stars with your girl. ok that sounds abit gay lol
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When I had the SC, mine was always open. Now that I've got the Trans Am with T-Tops, I don't take them off quite as much, just because it takes longer & I can't do it without stopping (usually...), but it does have a much more open feel. I just wish spring/fall lasted longer here.
I have a shaven head so all of my windows and my sunroof are usually open
2010 LEXUS ISF / F Sport rear Sway Bar / Michelin PSS
The ISF......The perfect car for an enthusiast. It can be driven to the track, run hard all day , and then transport me hundreds of miles home in luxury and comfort to pick up the wife for dinner and a movie....
I truly wish they, most makers including Lexus, didn't package these damned things with more useful options like HID lights. Burns me to have to pay $1000 or more extra for a hole in my car's roof.
When I bought my IS300 at Torrance Lexus, I asked if I could get a car WITHOUT a sunroof, inasmuch as Lexus advertised the roof as an "option" for the 2001 car.
The salesman found ONE car on the entire West Coast, and that was over at Longo, so I went and looked at it. It was white, which wasn't my favorite color but I probably could have lived with it, but the car had mechanical seats, not power, and I think the windows were non-power, but I'm not sure I remember that accurately. It wasn't close to what I wanted, so I bought a silver car at Torrance.
I've had the roof open TWICE in 10+ years, one time to check to see if it worked, and one time when a lady friend insisted that I open it. I hate the roof for about 6-8 different reasons, and I won't buy another Lexus with a roof.
I've been very happy with the IS in 60,000 miles, and I would buy a new Lexus in a minute if they had one without the humongous hole in the roof, but not until then. Next car probably will be a Sub or an Evo, and I'll go out and lay on the beach when I want a sunburn or a moontan. Ralph L. Seifer, Long Beach, California.