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I bought my 2009 Murano LE in 2008 brand new and with all of the bells and whistles. IN the early stages I loved the vehicle. It was without problems except for the steering wheel. The power telescopic failed to work and the gear had to be replaced. At 70,000 miles the real problems started. The sunroof stalls out when running to open. the gasket between the transaxle and the transfer case started to leak and the transfer case was replaced. Boy was that expensive. The head gaskets also leaked and had to be replaced along with the engine mounts that were defective. The transfer case leak was repairs at 50,000 miles and now again at 70,000. The rattle in the dash developed on year two and comes and goes. It never happens when the dealer technician goes out for a test run. Would I buy another Murano. Not sure. Waiting to see what Nissan will do for me after this latest bill of $4,500. This is not my first NISSAN product. I've had 3 Infiniti models, (the J30 [which I still have], The I30t and the QX4 SUV. Those three vehicles were great. Almost problem free. The Murano ride on a long trip is fantastic. The exterior design and interior features are excellent. I guess my only complaint is the AWD problems and the gaskets that leak. NISSAN has to be honest with their customers when that have product defects. Fix them and don't act like this is the first vehicle with these problems. I've sung the praises of my Infiniti vehicles to other car owners and several of my friends and business clients have bought based on my comments. I still have my J30 and will keep it for many years to come. It's 20 years old and is now considered a Classic.Report it
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