Hey, i was just wondering what song is in the background at the beginning of the video? Anyone know?
That gtr at, yes.
Its expensive, crappy visitbility, the mother of pearl interior is ugly af, placed the pedals weirdly, small trunk, but it is nice looking
This too gaudy. Yeah the swoopy design may look fancy from outside but inside the visibility is hopeless. Will never buy this claustrophobic car
I can t believe it s made in mississippi and not japan.
This car is ugly af
S platinum edition was the best design. I hope they go back to the rounder features as they age better than these sharp lined styles. They rogued this version.
It looks. You made the difference! Babies juvenile what s your opinion aboxt it
Is this car going to be sold in the uk?
Crap car i take a range rover instead
I know the looks seems very weird but i actually love the design of this car. It s really an eye catcher on the road. It s not for everyone of course but to me it looks great. The murano always had a different look than the standard suvs. This one is no different. Love the aggresive line.
Bear in mind that this car has a defective cvt transmission. Buyer beware!
If you knew that you would have to spend an additional of the original price to correct a defective product, would you buy it? Such is my case with nissan. In, my wife and i bought a nissan altima at approximately k. Last week, the check engine light came on. I took it to the dealership and was informed that the cvt transmission needs to be replaced at an estimated cost of almost k. I also found out that nissan cvt has been problematic resulting in nissans decision to extend the warranty from year, miles to years, miles. My cvt transmission broke down at k. I contacted nissan and opened a case. Nissan consumer affairs called me back and informed me that they will not cover the cost of repairing the defective transmission. As a long term nissan customer, i am very angry and disappointed with nissans decision and its failure to take responsibility for its defective product. It is clear that the arbitrary year, mile warranty extension, while designed to minimize risk for nissan, does nothing help a consumer who faultlessly put their trust in nissan by buying the product. As an engineer, i have worked on a variety of highly complex products and understand that product defects do occur. As such, i do not fault nissan for the defects since it was not life threatening to me and my family. What perplexes me, is the unwillingness and patent inability to accept responsibility for the defective transmission, which per nissan dealerships estimate, will cost approximately k to repair of the original purchase price of the car. Which brings me back to the original question if you knew that you would have to spend an additional of the price to correct a defective, would you buy it? As one who has put his faith in the nissan brand and the integrity of it leadership, it is my hope that the initial decision not to take responsibility for the defective cvt and the manner in which i have been treated by nissan is aberration. I hope nissan will reverse course and take responsibility for the repair of the defective cvt transmission. Human decency calls for such an action and it is my hope that nissan will reverse course and do the right thing as expected by a decent company such as yours.
Question re the ambient lighting please, i understand this is a option. Does it stay lit while driving at night?
I have had it for a month now, and i love it. I have got a lot compliments on its looks. I had an infinity g x, and this murano drives better. Better than lexus rx.
Lol i kinda like this car