2011 Nissan MuranoPat - Elk Grove Village IL, IL01/30/2015
I had a larger SUV (Dodge Durango), it was hard to park and a gas hog. The Murano is smaller, so more nimble and easier on gas. The SL is the luxery edition, and it has amazing features I love, like heated seats and steering wheel. The hatch opens and closes at a touch of a button. The wipers have a sensor that starts and stops when it is raining lightly, or if a car passes you and throws slush on the windshield. The GPS is the 3rd on I have had experience with, and the best by far, announcing the turns well in advance, then a second time, and a chime when at the point to turn.
The platinum model has a number of very vice amenities. The feel on the roadd is very smooth and comfortable. Only had it four months but it is a great "smaller" vehicle to drive in lieu of the pick up truck or suburban. Enjoying the car very much.
It's not w at I expected from Nissan. I previously owned a Maxima which was great so I thought all Nissans would be great, but that is not true. The Murano is a rough driving car and the price is too high. If I had to do it over I would have gotten the Buick Enclave. It has a much better ride.
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