2011 Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet 2dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl CVT)
We bought our 2011 in July of 2012 and absolutely love it! We live in Anchorage Alaska where we normally have beautiful summers that are perfect for top down weather and cold winters.
The convertible top on this car keeps
out the cold weather in the winter plus the AWD is just what the doctor ordered for up here. A few times we would have the drivers window freeze and stick to the top if they had gotten wet. Other wise everthing else worked with no problems.
We now own 2 of them, the 2011 is now mine and my wife has a new 2014 model!
Comfort, Fun Factor, handling and performance are very good considering the additional weight. Excellent Navigation and sound system top up or down!! Love the bluetooth audio streaming. Quiet in Top up driving on the highway, very impressed with that. Love the heated steering wheel, power tilt/telescoping steering wheel and the Bi-Xenon low beam headlights all of which were eliminated in the 2014 model to bring the cost down.
Would have liked more power from the engine.
Maybe bumped to at least 300 or so since it is heavier vehicle that the regular Murano.
I have the 2012 model. Brought it that January of '12. I live in the state of NY and have MAJOR window freeze. It's gotten so bad the ice rip off the window tint when I force it open.how do you deal with yours and any suggestions?
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