I've had my Murano for about a month, and so far so good. The ride (long and short distance) is extremely comfortable. Lots of power, and the CVT is really great. I also love the backup camera (which I initially thought was just a gimmick). The car feels solid from top to bottom. I previously owned a BMW, and the Murano's overall quality is at least as good (and many ways better).
Overall looks. Backup camera. Smooth ride, with lots of power when needed. Quality build. Easy to use display functions/features. Steering wheel.
Doors should lock automatically after car reaches 10 mph. Cruise control dashboard light is REALLY bright at night, and is distracting. It will not dim. Small storage "cubbies" in trunk for tools. Key should be integrated with push-button device for locking/unlocking car (less bulk).
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