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2007 Nissan Murano
The 2007 Nissan Murano is a five passenger car. The Murano comes in three trim levels: base S, luxury…
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Great mid-sized crossover SUV! Luxurious ride for the price! by OldHippieDude on 03/14/2011. Trim: 2003 Nissan Murano SL AWD, Owned 8 years.
Pros: Very, very comfortable ride; soft but firm enough suspension. Love the intuitive AWD. Drove in a blizzard (a real one) in Tulsa and got around just fine, locked in 4WD. GREAT TRACTION and good undercarriage clearance. Very good 3.5, V-6 power with impressive acceleration! The attention to detail interior and exterior is also impressive up to and including the problem free moon roof. Low highway noise. Love the leather upholstery. Front and passenger seats have almost limitless power settings for comfort and posture. Engine sounds as new and still burns or leaks NO oil or any fluids. At nearly 100K, the tail pipes are still clean inside. It even still smells great inside!
Cons: Flimsy PVC (Plastic) undercarriage skid plates. NO steel! It's hard on brake rotors, but brakes DO work well! Had to replace wheel bearings at 97K. Keep it waxed or it will rust prematurely around the fenders. I learned this from a different Nissan (XTerra).
Overall review: Overall, I'm happy. I highly recommend it for what it purports to be; a crossover, mid-sized SUV. But, it may not be for everybody. Very durable, all things considered. MPG about 20, combined. Range is well over 400 miles. Leather upholstery is posh. No problems with squeaks or rattles.
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