Nissan have made much effort in recent years to fill niche markets within the car industry and the Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet fills a very particular one. To be accurate it is a convertible crossover and it aims to be both fun and versatile. It is certainly spacious and it isn’t as odd looking as we first imagined when we heard of the concept. Equipment levels are good and it doesn’t lack power.
While you will either love or hate the way it looks, it promises to be good fun to drive on a sunny day. If you want one car to do everything then this might just be the one. All-wheel-drive and ample seating for four adults gives this car the versatility that few convertibles get anyway near.
I have been driving my Murano Cross Cabriolet for just over two years. I love it! The only thing that keeps me from driving it everyday is that I won’t be able to get a new one. Wish this car would stay in production!
I’ve owned mine for 6 months. Have owned 4 convertibles previously. This car has been great. Fit, finish are excellent. Performs beautifully as a spacious comfortable cruiser that is very well equipped. Admittedly its body design is unusual because it is higher off the ground than others but that is a matter of personal preference. I’m tall so I’ll take the roomy dimensions luxurious materials and awesome driving experience. There are only about a dozen left on dealer lots nationwide.
I’m with Susan. How can they stop making this car. I have a 2014 pearl white with light beige top. Love it and love the way it drives. I have heard people say it is the ugliest car in the world, however I have driven Porsche’s, BMW roadsters, Audis, etc. and have had more people comment favorably on this car than anything I have ever owned. Drives like a dream and no problems. When we drove to Canada last year we had no less than 100 people stop us and take pictures. Nissan never produced this car for Canada and they loved it. I usually only keep a car for about 3 years, and yes I would buy a new one if they still made it. I live in a state park and need the all wheel drive. This is an amazing car.
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