2006 Nissan MuranoErica Washington - Hawthorne, CA05/01/2015
I should have NEVER purchased this car. It runs terribly, as if it's going to fall apart at any moment. I have had to put quite a bit of money into repairs in the just over a year that I have had the car. I got a bad deal on the financing, and I have a car note that is too high for the car in question. A bad deal on a car that is only okay.
2006 Nissan MuranoSaints Fan - Texas10/18/2011
Surprisingly good gas mileage. Smooth ride yet sturdy suspenion. Retains retail value.
I purchased the 2006 Nissan Murano. PROS: The car is rooming and stylish. CONS: Had problems with the brake pedal squeaking, the car not accelerating properly between 0-20 mph after coming to a complete stop, and horrible factory tires. I would avoid purchasing this car. Nissan is not owning up to the problems and many complaints about the Continuous Variable Transmission by doing a recall.
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