Vehicle2014 Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet 2dr SUV AWD (3.5L 6cyl CVT)
ReviewWhen the 2011 Cabriolet came out, it garnered horrible reviews. I have watched this different machine through 3 years of a boring lease on another foreign SUV all the time waiting until I could try the Murano Cabriolet. I am now proudly driving my beautiful comfortable 2014 Murano Cabriolet and getting comments like: "Wow, what is it!" "Looks like an SUV on steroids." "Did you sell your house to buy that gorgeous thing?" Easy comfort for 4 people with all the bells and whistles. And, most important, for us old codgers, easy in-and-out which ALL the other convertibles I tried were not. This will probably be my last car purchase and I am sure I will love it for years to come.
- Climate control
- Purchase cost
- Resale value
- Maintenance cost
- Parking aids
on 09/24/13 19:48 PM (UTC)
Great car, but marketed completely wrong. It should be marketed as a car that can be a little sporty, while still allowing you to have a child's car seat in back. Or, where four adults can take a ride. Or, where the average American, who can barely fit in a Mustang, can sit comfortably. And, while it doesn't handle like a sports car, it is actually fairly peppy -- even over mountains and on windy roads. In summary, good car -- bad marketing. Oh, and the reviewer is right; it didn't help when it was labeled by one of the car magazines as the ugliest car in America. Nor is it true. It actually looks a lot like a larger version of the VW Beatle convertible.Report it
You must be signed in to post a comment.