We did not buy the technology package on this very expensive car for the additional $1500. You know stuff to let your Apple products and phones blue tooth etc. work. One year later this was standard equipment on a Ford Escort. I'm still mad that Nissan didn't just build this easy stuff into the car and instead was "Lets rip off customers for this tech". We are in California and the catalytic converter had issues. This was a pain, but the State had made Nissan provide extended coverage for the catalytic converter so this expensive repair was free. Yay (but it shouldn't have happened). Finally, just in the last 6 months the two driver's side door handles have become, floppy and useless. The repair is about $500 PER DOOR. It is is unreasonable and I believe a safety hazard if EMTs are trying to get at you and you can't open the door for them from the inside. Out come the Jaws of Life, and there goes the car. As seniors on a fixed income, a $1000 repair for both doors is almost incomprehensible. There is no factory assistance for what is likely a $100 repair at actual cost. BS
other buyers need to know that the brake system is bad on the Nissan Murano's//if you don't get the extended warranty the abs will go out// so in other words short of not wanting to fix the problem, they tried to sale me another dango car and that will never happen if you can't guarantee the cars last longer than 140,000 miles, or the transmission starts going out and the all sorts of uglies the clerks states//states to me to get ready to buy a new card//if a car doesn't even last 200,000 miles, what good is it
My 2009 Murano has almost 75,000 mi on it (now 8 years old), and up to now, haven't had much problem with it. My Air Conditioning Compressor just went out, and the dealer cost to replace it is over $1,200.00!! So far apparently, there is no recall on this.