When you are looking for a sunroof, the most important thing is to find out how much it will cost. You will need to determine the cost to add an after-market sunroof on your car.
In the Dealership
You can have your sunroof installed at the dealership when you purchase a vehicle. At the time of installation, you can negotiate the cost to install an OEM sunroof on your vehicle at the dealer. Dealerships are able to offer an installation at no cost and add it to the car’s purchase price. The dealership charges around PS650 for a sunroof depending on what type you choose.
- You can have your sunroof installed at the dealership when you purchase a vehicle.
- You can negotiate the cost to install an OEM sunroof on your vehicle at the dealer.
Electronic Versus Manual
The style and cost of a sunroof is a major factor in determining the price of installation. Because of its complexity, electronic sunroofs will cost more.
The style and cost of a sunroof will play a major role in the final price.
- The complexity of an electronic sunroof installation will result in higher costs.
An electronic sunroof can be installed starting at PS650, and going up to PS1,300. To get the best warranty on this sunroof installation, it is strongly recommended that you do the job at the dealer.
The manual sunroof installation is simpler and less expensive than an electronic one. They are also more cost-effective, but still quite costly.
It is not advised to do the sunroof installation yourself. However, you can save money by having it done professionally. A sunroof can be installed yourself for a significantly lower cost. However, this comes with a lot of difficulty.
Many online sources sell aftermarket sunroofs. Prices range from PS195 to thousands depending on your car’s make and model and which sunroof you choose.