While my current Energi and my 2013 hybrid before that have the moonroof, I'm actually not a fan of this sort of thing at all. To me, the moonroof is the single most useless option offered on the Fusion (and many other cars). It adds weight, creates a vulnerable point in the roof, robs tall passengers of headroom, and should not be forced on consumers (I know you can factory order a car, but that's not always an option nor does it guarantee avoidance of the moonroof - e.g. Fusion Platinum cannot remove it).
I literally never open the moonroof, not even the shade underneath, unless you count the times when I use the global remote open feature from my key fob on a hot day to open all windows, which activates the tilt feature of the moonroof (I then immediately close it back when I get into the car). I actually didn't even realize my 2013 hybrid had a moonroof until the day after I drove it off the lot!
Why Ford feels the need to push the moonroof on loaded Hybrid and Energi models is bewildering, since it hurts the goal of improved fuel economy. The Chevrolet Volt doesn't offer it on any trim level which is the right move. You can get it as a truly standalone option on Teslas and Priuses but I have yet to see any Teslas or Priuses with moonroofs (I have seen a few Teslas with the all-glass pano roofs though).
The only reason why any of my cars have one is because I strictly buy used cars, and I cannot be too picky in that case. I did get lucky with my 2015 Escape Titanium - it is fully loaded with the tech but has no moonroof (oddly, it does have a garage door opener, whereas the Fusion forces you to buy the moonroof to get that). If I had an extra digit on my paycheck, I would buy brand new cars and bribe whoever it takes to specially create my car without one (since many luxury cars make it standard)!
With that, fellow moonroof owners, do you actually use yours? Or do you feel the way I do?