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just passed 90,000 miles on our 2009 Murano SL AWD purchased late in 2008 after comparing several crossover/SUVs like the Lexus 350, Honda/Acura SUVs, Subaru SUVs and the new (at the time) Ford Edge. Purchased the Murano over the Lexus and others because of better technology and value, and because the wife liked it best for reasons I've never figured out. (I think it was the powered liftgate that beeps letting ... Read More
My 2007 CVT went out in a subtle way at 55K miles. Drove fine. The incessant whining noise from the front of the car that increased with vehicle speed was diagnosed as a bad tranny. No questions asked immediate replacement that took nearly two weeks to order and install. Free loaner made it tolerable and zero cost made it sweet. I wonder how long this new one will last? I wonder ... Read More
I have a 2007 Nissan Murano SL with a little over 54K mileage. It had some noise so I took it to the dealer, and come out with this repair list: Power Steering High pressure Hose Right Engine Mount Front Engine Mount CV Boot The total cost is about 1.8K. And I was told that the Arm Control of front tires starts to crack and will need attention in the near ... Read More
The CVT is in both models - so if that is a deal breaker - then either way you are stuck. For each person talking about issues, there are corresponding folks praising this vehicle. There is a strong warranty, due in large part from folks complaining about the transmission, so if you are concerned about coverage, then this should answer that question. We bought a 2007 used and now have 58k ... Read More
On one of the forums there was listed a test that can be ran on the fluid. The test is part of a suite of tests called "ConsultII" that the Nissan dealer can perform. This test is to find the number of particulates in the transmission fluid. I am coming up to my 54000 mile mark on our 2007 Murano. We will not be changing the fluid unless the test is ... Read More
Well I have a 2007 Murano and guess what the driver's seat broke again!! This is the second time this has happened. At least the first time it was under warranty. this is definitely an issue with Nissan. I called Nissan Canada after telling the dealership to shove it as this should not happen and they wanted ~$1600.00 to replace it. Still waiting to hear back from Nissan Canada. Poor design ... Read More
Same problem with my 2007 Murano at 57k miles. Light came on out of the blue while driving locally. Light began blinking and continued non-stop without going solid or blinking intermittently. I followed the above-mentioned directions to reset and after figuring out how to do it correctly, the light went off and did not return. I made my appointment with my dealer but called to leave a voicemail to potentially cancel ... Read More
Mine 2007 Murano S model having the same problem at around 55K miles. I had the extended warranty and Nissan took three days to fixed it and provide me free rental car. They told me they had the transmission replaced and now running good for almost four months now. There must be some kind of virus within every transmission they made and who knows??? Just kidding ^)^
We purchased a 2007 Nissan Murano with 48,000 miles on in 7 months ago. Today we are paying just under $5,000.00 to fix the transfer case and rear differential. We previously paid $1500.00 2 months ago to replace severely worn tires and tie rods. Get this...we were 538 miles over the 60,000 mile warranty and Nissan will DO NOTHING to help us. We went through Nissan consumer affairs and requested help ... Read More
Dear Tucents, Please find attached a link to Nissan's warrenty extension. Do not worry that it has expired. I just got a reimbursement for a transmission that I had to replace in 2007. Don't be "mad", get them to fix your transmission and sell the car ASAP! I say this because I am on my second transmission and it is going out after only 70K. Good luck to you. http://www.nissanassist.com/ProgramDetails.php
I think a lawyer raises the bar too quickly - IMO. I would check the Nissan web site for contact information and ask for the area manager that covers service for your state / geographical area. They make rounds to the various dealerships and you can talk with them directly about your issue. A few simple words without temper may go a long way in getting $ back from Nissan. Mentioning ... Read More
Hi to all. I have looked at the info that mikesmurano provided. It is possible I looked at the wrong links - especially as I copied the link from youtube to another tab. First two links at nissanmurano.org, of which I am a member - I endorse it fully to other Murano owners. There was a poll of "failed CVT" by mileage. There were 145 responses of failure across all model ... Read More
My wife is in love with a Murano. It seems like a good size to step down from the 2000 Odyssey we have used to 175k miles. And we are in process to get a 2007 one - probably middle of next week from a Nissan dealer - so called "Certified" with 31k miles. The Odys were known for transmission issues, but when we got ours (used in 2003 with 45k ... Read More
I have a 2007 with a broken seat frame, driver's side. Getting nowhere with my dealership and with Nissan Corporate. Any advice would be appreciated.
My 2007 Nissan Murano has 80,000 km. I am getting a low rumbling noise and minor vibration of relatively high frequency at 70 km/hr which feels like it is coming from the transmission. It only occurs when the gas peddle is depressed and the engine is required to do a bit of work. The first time to the dealership with the issue at 74,000 km, I was told it was "normal". ... Read More
My lease will be up in a few months on my 2008 Nissan Sentra. It's actually been a very good car. But I miss driving an SUV. I had Jeeps for about 10 years but got tired of how rough they drove and the problems they had. I'm now interested in buying an SUV that drives like a car. The reviews I've read on the Murano have been pretty good. Of ... Read More
The CVT maybe a problem on the higher mileage cars, i was leasing 2007 Murano for 39 month, outside of the oil changes and 1 set of brakes i have not done anything else to the car, The CVT worked well for me and i do tend to have a heavy foot from time to time, with that said that does not mean the problem does not exist and nissan should ... Read More
hey Stealth- yes the truedelta sight is interesting, because they have owners reporting on all of the SUVs out there pretty much. The SUVs with the highest problem rates overall are the Chevy Equinox and the Ford Edge. The SUVs with the lowest number of problems are the Toyota Venza and the Honda CRV. Nissan Murano overall falls in the middle. The Honda CRV road noise is too high for me ... Read More
It is my understanding that GAP insurance is included on Nissan leases automatically, at least it was on my 2007. I got $2250 off invoice and was told there is a somekind of dealer holdback $ on the car.
Here is the recall on the air intake issue and some results from other posters; 2003Ė2007 NISSAN MURANO; VOLUNTARY SAFETY RECALL CAMPAIGN ENGINE AIR INTAKE DUCT Nissan is conducting a voluntary safety recall on model year 2003 Ė 2007 Murano vehicles. Under certain conditions, the intake duct, which is connected to the intermediate resonator in the air intake system of the engine, may separate from the resonator with engine movement. This ... Read More
I have been a reader and contributor to these pages for the 5+ years we have owned an 05Murano (and several Pathfinders and before Murano, 300Zs, and Audi (bad) and BMW5 (bad).) and I will state I am a dumb country surgeon with no Nissan stock or relatives, etc. My Murano had throttle position failure at 7,500 miles, and found the answer on THIS site, and my dealer promptly believed me ... Read More
Yes. I'm in the same trap unfortunately. Not too happy with our Nissan Murano at the moment. Have a major safety issue that nearly cost us our lives. Nissan won't address after a half dozen requests. 2007 Nissan Murano (leased vehicle currently under warranty that dealer /Mossy Nissan refuses to repair. Visors are $500 for parts alone not including installation) safety hazard sun visors flop down and completely block vision. Happens ... Read More
There were no significant design changes to the CVT's that made it better in 2007. Through repeated manfuacturing I expect Nissan's statistical flaw rate improved with time. I expect that the 2007 CVT are less problematic right now because there is not enough time and miles on most of them. Most problems are occuring when the car starts to exceed 75K miles. That's why the warranty (as useless as it is) ... Read More
Stealth, Please read my posts throughout. I have had horrendous problems with my Murano's CVT and Nissan refused any support or help. Beyond that, I have had numerous other problems with the Murano such as: fuel delivery, struts, exhaust system, oil leaks, power door lock solenoids, AC system leaks, power seat problems, etc. My car was purchased with 39K miles, dealer certified. The thing turned out to be a demon possessed ... Read More
Well right now, my 2010 Maxima, the Murano's, Altima's, etc all have the updated 2nd Gen CVT in them which is so far having considerably less problems and kinks that the 1st Gen CVT did. If you think this CVT is refined and more efficient wait a few years when Nissan introduces the updated and even better 3rd Gen CVT; the 3rd Gen CVT will most likely get rid of the ... Read More
I have a 2003 Murano which now has about 57 thousand on it. I had an accident in 2007 and transmission went out. Truth be known it was going out before accident. Car was towed from accident and make a long story short got it back from repair shop 2 and a half months later and transmission was gone. It was towed over to Nissan dealer who said someone had put ... Read More
Fair point you are making. There is an online site that is monitoring repair frequencies year by year with Muranos ( I am part of the data pool for the 2010 Muranos). You can see a big difference between the 2007 and the 2006. 2006 was a particularly bad year apparently. 2005 was actually better. 2003 was a real mess. Anyway, my sense is that the 2010s have the CVT perfected ... Read More
I understand what your saying, I personally wouldn't buy a used Murano either, but I have read more than just a few 2007 CVT failures, etc on 2007s so it went well past 2005! I've reads dozens if not hundreds of people claiming CVT failures! Despite having the 10yr/120k mile warranty extension on the CVT by Nissan, some people, as pointed out on edmunds, are still having problems getting their money ... Read More
I do not recommend anyone buying a used 2003-2007 1st Gen Murano. That was the very first model Nissan put their new CVT into and there has been a lot of problems with the 1st Gen CVT in the Murano's with failing, etc and you don't want that headache! I would only at this point recommend a 2009-current Murano since that had the updated 2nd Gen CVT put into it, which ... Read More
Here's the information that you're looking for, spunky28. Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.'s current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2010 Murano LE AWD with 15,000 miles per year are .00197 and 50%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
I did not go to the dealer, never even called them. I handled mine right in the last month though, are you calling to get out early? It shouldn't matter though...My loan was with NMAC, my payments went to Pittsburgh. I got monthly statements in the mail and I don't know what number I called, but on my bill it has 1-800-777-7018 for customer relations. When I sent the payment it ... Read More
Does anyone know the May residual value and money factor for a Nissan Murano LE AWD?
If you buy it, be careful not to pay any fees. I bought mine (2006 w/ 24k used out of 39k ). My payoff was 19k, which seemed like a good price to pay for the car, and I hadn't used all the miles I paid for in my lease. I felt that returning it with low miles would be advantage to Nissan. I contacted nissan finance. I believe they had ... Read More
I have a 2007 SL Murano (touring package) that will be due for return in July. There are still 3 payments left (39 mo lease). Current payoff $20,167 Amount due in July $19,084 What's the best path to take: 1. Do I return the car in July to the dealer? Can I return it now without any penalties/return fee? 2. Do I sell the car third party? If so, how do ... Read More
Nissan won't negotiate buyouts. Most dealers give it back to nissan and then buy it back for less than the residual. Hard to predict what exactly your murano will be worth wholesale in 2011. If you buy you pay cash or go through a lender on a loan.
Hello everyone, I have a 2007 AWD SL Nissan Murano (silver) with touring package (sunroof, bose, etc) and only 25k miles on it. I got it from Tom Wood Nissan in Indianapolis. My lease is up in March of 2011, and even though its a year away, at this point now I feel like I want to buy it. I think the worth of the car will still be more than ... Read More
Actually the problem rate on the 2007 model year - the last year of the 1st generation model murano - was very low. There were a large number of technical service bulletins and a few recalls , particularly on the 2003 and 2004 model years, that caused good changes over time -- so the 2007 year was actually a good one as far as repairs and problems. 2009 was a first ... Read More
There are some 2009 owners that have some CVT problems reported - pretty serious actually-but most of them had earlier production run vehicles ( the 2009 muranos ha d start build date in october/nov 2007 actually. I havent seen any 2010 CVT problems yet. Would think thice about an AWD though. Transfer case issues are somewhat common. ( leaks at the junction of the transfer case and the transmission)
I brought my car to carmax two days ago and they only offered $18K for a loaded SL Murano w/ touring pkg. As I mentioned in my prior post, the current payoff is $20K. Trade-in value is even more than what my current payoff is. Carmax is a rip-off. Cars like mine are selling $24K or more. To Whitall: "I contacted nissan finance. I believe they had already sent me some ... Read More
I have a 2007 SL Murano (touring package) that will be due for return in July. There are still 3 payments left (39 mo lease). Current payoff $20,167 Amount due in July $19,084 Can I negotiate a lower purchase price with Nissan Financing or are they pretty much firm with the payoff amount? I was informed that the only way to purchase the car is via the dealer where I leased ... Read More
CPO is OK if you know will keep it a long time.From what i experienced,you are paying at least an extra $1,000 for a CPO (some cars alot more).On my '09 murano it was origially a CPO car,but I negotiated my best deal AND then told then I did not need it,So they knocked off another $1,000 and I just kept the factory warrantee.I don't keep cars long so it made ... Read More
Yes, it definitely is expensive for murano IMO, more like loaded RX350 payment. I am looking to replace my 2007 Murano SL AWD with Touring (37,5K), for which I'm paying $369/mo with 3K out of pocket; just got a letter from my local dealership about winter pull-ahead lease program, they claim to waive up to 6 payments. I was thinking about another SL with leather/premium/technology (36,2K MSRP), and I wouldn't even ... Read More
Hey everybody. I've been interested in possibly leasing a 2010 Nissan Murano. As you can see, the lease I have now (2007 Infiniti G35x), will be ending beginning of January. I was thinking if I do end up getting the Murano, I was going to see what they have leftover of the 2010's in November. I know there aren't much, if any changes to the 2011, but I'm sure they might ... Read More
Please see my comments from about a week ago. I have a 2007 SL AWD as well with the touring package. My MSRP was $36,820 and the Gross Cap Cost was $32k plus change. I am paying $360 for 39 months, 12k a year. I put down $3200 which included first months payment, upfront sales tax, acq fee plus tax, cap cost reduction (down payment) plus tax, tire fee and registration ... Read More
Currently my husb and I are leasing 2007 Nissan Murano AWD loaded SL (sunroof, leather) with no Nav that will be due Jul 10 this year. The monthly pay is $405 included tax ($379 base monthly pay). We put $3K down. The residual value is $19,064. Price agreed was $34,618. Not sure what the MSRP was at that time, it was around $37K++. 39 month lease with 12K miles per year. ... Read More
Actually, your figures are a bit off. My MSRP on the 2007 Murano SL AWD was $36,820. The 2010 Murano SL AWD that Iam looking at has an MSRP of $37,200. With that said, if I put down same amount (first months payment, upfront tax, tire fee, Acq/Doc fees plus tax) and the residual is 54% which is the same as it was in 2007, my payments should be around $360-$373 ... Read More
Currently leasing a 2007 Murano SL and lease ends June 2nd. Paying $499/month. Looking now so I'm not under the gun to make rash decision. Went to Nissan dealership in Nassau County, Long Island. Told them I'd want to lease a 2010 Murano SL, but for less than my current $499/month payment. Their first "offer" was $626/month. Comical. They finally offered $499/month, but I'm confident they can do better. Based on ... Read More
Over a period of 3 years we had the ongoing probelm with the brakes on the 2007 Murano. Kits fitted, Shimes fitted, rebuilt, everything was done but still to no avail. After the ongoing problems i contacted Lemon Law Lawyer. They looked into it and told me that as i had not taken action in the 1st 12 month period, i could not proceed with the full extent of the Lemon ... Read More
Hayrider & gooddeal2, Interesting, as you guys know from my previous posting, I have been looking for a new Murano and the dealer offered me $16,500 on my AWD 2007 Murano S with Power seat and only 17,000 miles. Hard to believe that they want that much on a 2004. I would definitely not go with the Murano at that price. I am not sure about the Mercedes either since repair ... Read More
Hey gang, I went to RT 22 Nissan. I brought back my 2007 Murano S AWD (driver power seat). 17K miles clean carfax no dents or scrathes (I detail it 3 times a year). I have $18K left on a 6 year deal. I was told my car was worth $16.5K. The dealer said they would pick up the $18K balance, if I buy a 2010 AWD Murano SL (no extras). ... Read More
To: Kevin Martin Vice President Total Customer Satisfaction (see post# 290) Well... what can i say except THANK YOU MR. MARTIN & NISSAN N.A. FOR STEPPING UP TO THE PLATE ON THIS ISSUE!!.. I RECENTLY PURCHASED A 2003 FRONT WHEEL DRIVE MURANO SE WITH 70K ON IT. I DID MY RESEARCH ON THE VEHICLE BEFORE I BOUGHT IT BUT DID'T FIND OUT ABOUT THE INSANELY EXPENSIVE CVT FAILURES UNTIL AFTERWARDS AND ... Read More
Kevin: You know what they say about happy customers? Happy customers tell five friends; unhappy customers tell fifty!!! There is not enough room on this blog/BB to tell you all the problems I have had with my 2003 Murano. Some have been routine with the mileage I have put on the car. The way I was mis-handled by the Cherry Hill, NJ dealership's GM and then lack of response by Nissan ... Read More
OMG! This is NOT a joke!! I just received my letter in the mail today. Too bad, I sold my 2003 Murano. However, I bought a 2007 and this new warranty covers ALL Murano models through 2010!! Looks like our efforts on this thread paid off after all!
I currently have a 2007 Nissan Murano SL Touring Package with NMAC and am looking to get out of my lease before the 2/10 maturity date. I have a dealer that has 2009 SL Tech/Dual Moonroof/Premium Package for 480/month with 3465 down. I currently have 4 months at 465/month left on it. Is this a good deal? Can I do better for all those packages?
Interesting--------Just received a 'recall' from Nissan about "RECALL-MAY STALL WHILE DRIVING" letter. It says ">>>>a defect that relates to motor vehicle safety exists in some 2003-2007 model year Nissan Murano vehicles. Under certain conditions, the intake duct, which is connected to the intermediate resonator in the air intake system of the engine, may separate from the resonator with engine movement. this could cause poor acceleration or minor idle fluctuation and, in ... Read More
18K for a 2004 Murano is no good deal at all, CVT or no CVT issues. Back in 2007, I was considering trading loaded SL 2004, then with 28K miles, to a Mazda and a Nissan dealer. They both offered $15K on it, and that was two years ago. I don't think I could get more than $11-12 on it today. In short, anything more than $14K does not sound like ... Read More
Well after several weeks of looking, researching, emailing and frustration I finally purchased an 09 Murano LE. I'm very pleased with the deal I got. This vehicle has Nav, moonroofs, crossbars, floor mats, lighted door sills, splash guards, cargo cover, basically everything except the aero kit. My main criteria was to get a payment lower than my Acura RDX, put as little down as possible and get the best discount I ... Read More
Everyone, I too have had the acceleration issue and also agree with moparman44 that it might be a heat related phenomenon. Only reason I believe that is because it seems to happen on hot days (90+ F) in traffic where there is less air flow to help cool off the engine bay. Anyways, there was this recall notice on the Muranos that came out today. This may be the cause of ... Read More
There is an eBay vendor that sells XM + iPod connection kits for 2003-2008 Murano's. I just ordered a similar kit that provides XM + Aux input. The kit is supposed to provide full XM radio control from the head unit, as well as display iPod album and song info on the Murano display. Apparently you toggle between the two modes with the SAT button. Here is a link to the ... Read More
Just went online and found a 08 highlander 4x4 with 18k miles in weatherford texas for $19943 at a toyota dealer. This is an internet price so if you call 888-819-4281 mention that you want the internet sales dept. If you have time you can find deals like this with a little effort. Still under warranty and with toyotas I wouldn't even get the extended warranty -- probably never come close ... Read More
I have a 2007 Infiniti M 35 X that my wife drives. The lease is up in a few days. She loved it. I can't wait to get rid of the big payment and the 15-16 miles per gallon. She really liked the new Maxima but there are no lease deals out there. Too new! So, she now likes the 2009 Nissan Murano SL AWD, loaded, with Nav. Sticker is about ... Read More
I cannot answer your question because my car is 2007. However, when I reported the problem Nissan was very forthcoming. They replaced the transmission system with a new one and the problem exists no longer. I would suggest you contact them. This is an extremely rare problem with Murano. Since you too, like me, have the tendency of catching such rare occurrences you might as well start playing the national lottery... ... Read More
Interestingly, it seems like prices for 2009 Muranos have gone up in the last couple weeks. The offers I see on Web sites and on carmax.com are much higher than they were in September. What's odd is that Murano sales were down AGAIN according to Nissan, almost 16% down from September 2007. And, there no no rebates or incentives for Muranos right now (Nissan is offering incentives for every other model ... Read More
Again, the service bulletin issued by Nissan covers all Murano's from 2003 - 2007. AT05-009a.
New 2007 Murano. Like most the brakes were squealing bad in morning and at times at slow speed in peak traffic. Back to Nissan many times.Complained to Nissan service at place of purchase. I was advised that it was normal and that there was nothing could be done. I advised i wanted to lodge an official complaint with Nissan Head office about the vehicle. 6 days later i recvd a call ... Read More
Overall, Nissan sales WERE up in August. However, sales on Muranos were down. See the link below and scroll down to find the Murano sales figures from August 2008 and 2007. You will see that Murano sales were down 22.9% last month from August 2007. http://www.nissannews.com/newsrelease.do?id=564&mid=1
Actually sales numbers by vehicle are now up on the Nissan web site. It looks like Murano sales were down 23% in August 2008 as compared to August 2007...this is good news for Murano shoppers. 2008 Murano sales are down over 10% from 2007, including an average of 21% over the last three months.
It will be the standard warranty, 3 years 36K miles, as it is a new car (never sold). I am going to plan on getting financing through a local credit union for about 5% (60 months). I highly doubt a dealer will give lower financing unless Nissan is having an promotion.
I've had more than my share of issues with my six month old 2007 Murano (crank sensor failure at 1,000 miles, valve body replacement and subsequent crank sensor failure at 7,000 miles) that I've whipped up one doozy of a letter to send off to someone in Nissan. Any suggestions on who I should address it and mail it to? Its purpose is to basically "address" some of their atrocious customer ... Read More
Hey I think it is time you look for a nother Nissan dealer in Florida. IS there anymor dealers not to far away from whair you live. this dealer is dooing what dealers do best games. they shorlly could go down on price alot on that 2007 maby $25000 but since they wont go lower then 30000 and they are saying no rebates on the 2009 Maranno. Think you should look ... Read More
I'm glad I'm not the only unlucky one with bad transmission on the 2003 Nissan Murano. I have 70K miles and for the last month, I've had the same problem all others have reported, press the gas and the car doesn't move for a few seconds then jerks forward. Could be very dangerous when in traffic and trying to change lanes. In fact, I only discovered this problem when I was ... Read More
what part of New york are you located in. Copal Nissan has 1 left over 2007 left will look for you let us no what happens thankyou for reading.
Hello Everyone: Someone asked whether there was an attorney out there who owns a 2003 Murano with this problem? Well, I am it! I have the same problem everyone else has. In October of 2007, when the car had about 75,000 miles on it, I was waiting in bumper to bumper traffic when I tried to accelerate and the car did not respond then about five seconds later, it lurched forward. ... Read More
Well I am not sure if this is the best price or the best bargain.. but after first test driving the Rogue, the Murano 2007 and Finally the Murano 2009.. This is what I am paying for: Murano 2009 SL Leather Premium Package Dual MoonRoof. $30500.00 Stupid Documentation Fee $299 Taxes 2690.39 (NY State Tax) Registration 350.00 Total $33839 -500 Nissan Customer Rebate 33339.00 The dealer wanted to charge $200 for ... Read More
I own a 2007 Murano and have had the "squealing brakes" issue from day one. It always happens in reverse and sometimes in drive on initial startup. I find it very embarrassing as my squeal is very loud. I called NIssan the other day to get the issue resolved. When I brought it in a tech took a ride with me and we could not create the problem which really didn't ... Read More
Hi budahkan. The Murano is the only remaining 2007 model that Nissan is providing lease support on. Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.'s current buy rate for a 36 month lease of any 2007 Murano is .00016 for consumers who pay a security deposit at lease signing. This truck's residual values vary by trim level and mileage allowance. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Max47 Ė Iím not sure why you are pooh poohing me and I am certainly not full of it. Given what some are getting on their new Muranos such as Cscardycat ($1500 under invoice), I donít mind sharing my great deal. Iíll caveat it with it was the end of the month (and end of anniversary sales event), I was dealing one on one with the new car sales manager via ... Read More
Hello, After a lot of research, and some test drives, I had decided to go ahead and purchase a one year old, 2007 Nissan Murano, with 10k left on the warranty, tomorrow. I need a solid, reliable all wheel drive small SUV for about 65% of my yearly driving. I have a summer vehicle, but need the SUV for all winter driving between say, November 15th, through April 15th, and for ... Read More
Hi all, I have a Nissan Murano 2007 with only 7000 miles. Often when I start the engine I get a power serge. It feels like a car bumping into my car from the rear. How could the engine be connected to the transmission while in parking? Nissan has apparently no second instance of this problem. So I am out to see if anyone has noticed something similar in his/her car? ... Read More
Hi Car_man, thought I'd give you some info on what I thought was a pretty good lease deal I got on Saturday for an 07 SL FWD Murano with SL Touring Pkg with XM, mats, splash guards, cargo protector, and sunroof deflector. List $35,540. Agreed upon price was invoice less $800 or $31,694. MF of 0.00016 and residual of 46%; 12k/yr for 39 months. Zero down (I have listened to you ... Read More
Hi rich82976. You never mentioned what this truck's selling price is, so let's work up what I would consider to be a good lease and compare it to what you are paying. A base 2007 Nissan Murano S AWD has a spread of around $2,300 between its full MSRP and its dealer invoice price. Plus Nissan is providing $2,800 lease cash on it right now. Let's assume a $2,500 discount for ... Read More
So if you now want the SAFEST 2009 SUV - looks like the Murano wins hands down! I think the Murano is the only 2009 SUV on the market right now. ;) In all seriousness, it's a great selling point (and note that both the Mazda CX-7 and CX-9 in that test batch did not earn the IIHS' highest ranking). Just to clarify, though, the Murano isn't the only SUV carrying ... Read More
...I wish I would've found this forum before I leased the car. Now I think I want to get rid of it. I leased it on Sep 1, 2007. The vehicle: Silver 2007 Nissan Murano SL AWD, leather, sunroof, bose. (Agreed upon value of the vehicle) is this the MSRP?: $35,550 Selling price: $33,311 Title/Req/Aquisition fee: $611.25 Total Gross Capitalized Cost: $36,543 Rebate: $500 Down payment: $3,500 (includes first month payment). ... Read More
Add the Nissan Ipod input for the Titan. We did and works perfectly!
We added the Nissan Ipod input for the Titan and it works perfectly. HTH!
We went to McCarthy Nissan in Blue Springs, MO to look at the new 2009 model. We had driven a 2007 and liked the Murano, but really wanted to have integrated bluetooth. The sales manager stated that he had at least 10 2007 models that he would be willing to sell at a price that would make us forget about integrated bluetooth. So we took an SL out for a drive, ... Read More
After some shopping I was offered this deal today and can't seem to make sense of it: 2007 SL AWD Touring MSRP over the phone $37000 Sales price $33192 Money factor 0.00016 Residual 39 months 49% Trade Value $20,000 Pay-off $20,000 KY sales tax 6% (Approx.) Monthly payment $480 I don't understand how Huffman Nissan is coming up with this payment. Also, is this really the best deal to be had ... Read More
People cannot buy a 2007 NEW Murano AWD S for $6,000 Off Sticker - No Way! If everyone could buy a New Murano AWD S for $25 Grand - it would be the best deal in America! It's a great deal anyway around, and if you can get it for $500 over invoice (allowing a small profit according to Consumer Reports based on subtracting any profit, then at that cost add ... Read More
when 2008 350z came out , the price has increased around $400 f4rom base even the it had new more powerful motor. based on this new 2009 MO will have less than $1K price difference from 2007 MO. as per getting a better deal on 2007 MO...the saving will reflect when one once sell it couple years down the road..
We live in Virginia. We just had a baby and decided it was time to trade in my 2005 Subaru Impreza with just about 80,000 miles on it... Here is the deal: $7,500 for our trade in = about 2,300 neg equity Leased a 2007 Nissan Murano SL AWD with CVT and Touring package and Nav system -and it had 1,000 miles on it. We both have credit in the upper ... Read More
I received quotes from about 10 of the 15 Nissan dealerships in the Chicago area. The lowest quote so far has been from the Nissan dealership in Crystal Lake. Based on the inventory shown on their web site, they have about thirty '07's in stock. The salesperson there looked into what option packages I'd need to get on the '09 to be comparable to the '07 I'm looking at. She said ... Read More
I'm in the same boat as you. Seriously looking at the 07 Murano but now want to wait until 09 becomes a more viable option (invoice pricing; incentives). Still have 3 payments left on current lease so I have some time if need be. Where is the best Chicago area Nissan dealer to deal with? I want to find one that doesn't screw around with bloated sales figures.
Speaking of real-world owner ratings the results appear to be very consistent all across the three major consumer ratings sites. Hundreds of owners rated their cars. Sometimes you see some junkie rating there, but overall itís much more objective vs. some currupted magazine "comparo". It might appear, that differences are small but they do reflect a trend well: Edmunds.com 2007 Honda Pilot 8.6 2007 Subaru B9 Tribeca 8.9 2007 Nissan Murano ... Read More
Is this the one you're asking about? baldwin3, "Nissan Murano Maintenance and Repair" #1789, 12 Mar 2007 5:26 pm tidester, host SUVs and Smart Shopper
I have searched Cructchfield's site in vain for this adaptor and my Nissan dealer knows nothing about one. How can a $40K "luxury" vehicle NOT have such an input or, at least, a solution? I miss my iPod so much and this is SUCH a bummer! Someone must have a solution. I have a Navi system with CD Changer and Satelite. Somehow I think I am out of luck. Can anyone ... Read More
So when I was in Lake Tahoe this weekend, the conditions were rather bad. Snowing, Ice and snow on the roads, etc. Chains were required on the highway we were on, so you know the conditions were bad. While driving my 2007 Nissan Murano, the "AWD LOCK" would constantly turn off, forcing me to pull over and turn it back on. I was going 15-20 mph at most. These were definatly ... Read More
I purchased a Murano SL in February of 2007. Everything has been fine to this point but, after reading so many negative posts, I feel like something could happen at any time. It is not a stretch to say that the Murano seems to be a flawed automobile. I can't believe NIssan has been able to sidestep the transmission issue (pressure sensor) and act like there is no problem. Like someone ... Read More
Hi Everyone, I need some advice/help/insight, whatever anyone can offer. I leased a 2007 Murano SL at the end of August 07. My first problem came as a result of a fuel sensor. It was no longer reading properly. After the dealership finally figured out how to put the sensor in (not upside down) so it would read correctly, I went on my way. That was the 19th of December. On ... Read More
Hello jrich24. Nissan is still providing the $500 cash incentive on leases of the 2007 Murano in October. It is currently scheduled to run through October 31st. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Welcome nismony. Since you have never leased before, you definitely should check out the following informative articles that are available here at Edmunds.com prior to visiting any dealers: 10 Steps to Leasing a New Car and Calculate Your Own Lease Payment. The best way to negotiate a good deal on a leased vehicle is to negotiate as low a selling price as possible on the vehicle that you want and then ... Read More
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