This is my second Murano & our 39th new vehicle. liked the newer body style so bought. It's a fun to drive nice looking sporty crossover & very quite. Not as luxurious a ride as the wife's Lexus RX350H but just as quite. I like to feel the road not float over it so the Murano is great in that respect. Great handling & gas mileage true to it's rating. Had no troubles with my first Murano after 2 years & 18K miles so expect none with this one though I'll probably will be looking for new in a couple years as have throughout my spoiler life.
Power, sporty yet quite ride & looks, dual sun roof, on & on
At $42K think it should have lighted window switches for rear windows, & full auto up & down for all windows Vs. just fronts. With Nav. you only get a single CD player, (though Nav has hard drive for recording) & also no compass with nav. option. Should also have turn signal indicators in mirrors
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