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2015 Nissan Murano: Nav Screen Wash Out

April 27, 2015

2015 Nissan Murano

The 2015 Nissan Murano comes standard with a fancy new touchscreen infotainment system. Our Murano has the range-topping Platinum pack with the Technology package. This $2,260 option includes, amongst other things, a panoramic sunroof.

Unfortunately, thanks to the world's most reflective screen, use of the panoramic sunroof and the nav screen are mutually exclusive.

Just look at that! We've got convertibles on the market with screens this big or larger (see: our new BMW 235i ) that don't wash out in the sun, let alone turn into a giant reflector. And it's not just with the sunroof open. If the sun's up, there's a solid chance it's going to stream through one of the windows and erase the screen.

Lame.

Perhaps Nissan needs to move their testing to somewhere sunny. Or at least drive with the sunroof open more.

Mike Magrath, Features Editor


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