I have owned Acura, Lexus, Ford, and Infiniti cars and SUVs for the last 15 years and the Murano SL AWD has been the best price value of all of them. The Ford Escape was pitiful in terms of comfort and performance. The Murano was at the other end of the scale -- best value, comfort, performance and value. I wish I had purchased instead of leased it because it is still in perfort condition after 3 years. Had two bumper replacements which were very affordable (only $600 each) compared to fixing other cars. Am considering buying this SUV again.
quiet, easy in and out, spaciousness in front with large windshield and panel top that is flat for holding papers and notebooks, both luxury and practical for work jobs all in one car.Door protection trim to prevent denting adjacent cars. Great headlights. Easy fold down back seats.
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