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One of the most Unique Cars on the market! by Lisa from Syracuse NY on 10/05/2012. Trim: 2011 Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet AWD, Owned 2 years.
Pros: I love everyting about this car!! It is the best of both worlds-suv for winter and convertible for summer. What more could you ask for! It drives great and is very comfortable. The back seat is large enough ot fit two adults, comfortably. The trunk has more room then you think. One of the best things about this car, is it attracts alot of attention. Also you don't pull up to another one! Infact, I have owned mine for one year and have never passed one any where. I really like that. I recently parked it at night with the top down in a small beach town and boy, the stops and stares and questions were amazing. It's the nicest car I have ever owned. and I would buy another one!
Cons: Convertible top had to be replaced. Also top does make some noise going over uneven roads. It can be udjusted. Would like to have had senored wipers, like some of the other models of the Murano.
Overall review: Great! Wondeful! Best idea for a Cross-over vechicle! Nice looking, Unique. Drives well! Very Comfortable to ride in and drive .Large inside. 20inch tires a great look! Such a good idea that other manufactures like Land Rover are trying to copy it! I hope Nissan continues to make the Murano Croos-Cabriolet. Would love to own another on!!!!!!
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My license plate says it all: TKATRIP by Jersey Girl on 10/23/2012. Owned 1 year.
Pros: I absolutely adore this car in spite of it making MSN's list of "10 Cars we wouldn't be caught dead in" (SO WRONG! and also ending a sentence with a preposition is incorrect). I only wish I had kept track of the number of comments I have gotten - all positive - since I bought the car in September 2011, including thumbs up and horn honking while on the road. Ages of people who commented are 20's to 60's but I think more "Boomers" have commented than anyone else. I also never see other CC's on the road. I bought the Caribbean (aqua) and it's sure easy to find among the "dull" grey, tan and black cars in the parking lot.
Cons: There is a humming noise as soon as you reach 45mph - top up or top down. Plus, for what the car cost it should have come with a "donut" spare rather than a fix-a-flat kit. I bought a spare from a wrecked Murano as I am on the road a great deal and don't want to get stranded. The visibility out the rear window is limited so a blind spot alert on the side mirrors would have been a great addition. Obviously, visibility is not a problem with the top down.
Overall review: This was a pure impulse buy and I have never regretted it for one moment. I previously had a "typical" Murano, loved the way it rode (extremely comfortable for an SUV) and the convertible rides the same. This car makes me happy just to look at it.
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"Alternative Convertible" by DK from Allen on 09/24/2012. Trim: 2011 Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet AWD, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: The looks and ride (excluding road noise!) - the Cross Cabriolet is still a unique vehicle in the market and generates quite a few comments(positive) from other motorists. I was quite surprised by the gas mileage achieved on a recent trip, (average speed approxiimately 75 mph) came in at 23.8 mpg.
Cons: Road noise and rear "creaking" noise when backing down an incline (frame stress??)
Overall review: Overall, I really enjoy the ride, performance and looks of the Murano Cross Cabriolet, it is the perfect vehicle for someone wanting a convertible, but not a sports car. The SUV Convertible concept is unique and soon to be aped by other SUV manufacturers.
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