2012 Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet 2dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl CVT)
So I bought the CrossCab as a quarter-life-crisis car.
I live in central WI and this makes a great summer and winter driver (keeping my Volvo C30 as my every day chaser).
I'm very impressed with the feel and preformance of this car, and the room!
I read the 3 reviews on Edmunds for the 2011 and I was a bit nervous.
The main complaints seemed to be: wind noise (umm... its a convertible), heavy doors (very typical of a coupe... especially in an suv package), windshield vibration (haven't experienced this), and rear visability with the top up (yes... this was one that bummed me out, but it wasn't as bad as I thought when I went on the test drive).
If you like it, give it a shot.
high seat position and comfort.
rear seat access with top down.
a folding rear armrest would be nice.
I don't like the fact that the car doesn't unlock automatically until you turn the car off.
I prefer it to not lock automatically, or to unlock when the vehicle is put into park.
On my volvo I can personalize my lock settings and I like that.
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