I think I read on mazda6club they stopped doing the one touch close b/c it poses a hazard-what if someone sticks their hand up in there and the moonroof closes anyway? (yes I know-what idiot would do that? but it's a safety feature anyway) The 6's sunroof does have one touch open though, don't know about the 3-I would assume it does though.6_funk said:too bad it's not just one touch to open/close the roof.
Thought that was the point of tilt The sunroof is still small IMO, though when fully opened it goes back about another inch and a half and takes the sunshade with it which was a welcome surprise.I noticed it tilted enough to get some air in and out.
It sounds like a good safety feature in one way, but what if you *want* the window to close and trap someone's arm (thief for example) rather than opening up and leaving you exposed to whatever they decide to throw at you? I think some car alarm systems are made such that you can use the window to do this. This type of theft is very real in some parts of the world.Absinthe said:Yep, but the RX300 has the auto-sensing feature. So if something ever get stuck in between, the sunroof would open automatically.
Same feature with all the windows.
Similar to VW also. That's the safety feature.D said:The 3 has the one touch open feature. But you gotta hold it down to close.