2010 Nissan Murano
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- Nice looking and a comfortable ride
- EXPENSIVE to own. No durability past 50,000 miles
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I owned a 2003 fully loaded Murano. The first 3 years (of 6 years of payments) were good. Then it started falling apart. Based on a car platform, this vehicle was grossly under-engineered. It started about 60k with a faulty exhaust system (that cost over $800 in PARTS alone) and went down hill from there. By the time we had 130k on the car, I was regularly spending over $500 a month in repairs. Exhaust, catalytic converters, wheel bearings, ABS sensors, brake calipers, fuel pump, suspension bushings, fuel injectors, O2 sensors, and the best- a burnt valve. That one cost over $4K to repair. The car was severly rusting on the underside and within the engine compartment when we got rid of it at only 7 years old.
Long story short, this car has soured my taste for Nissan, and I will never buy another Nissan product or recomend one to anybody looking to get more than 50k miles out of it.
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