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Due to health reasons I extended my lease for 3 months or so I thought. Decided to buy the vehicle at the lease expiration. The expiration was 9/25/2022. The dealer salesman told me "You have until the end of September to complete transaction." We go to the dealer on 9/27/2022 to complete the purchase. When Nissan is contacted for the payoff amount they inform me that we are actually renting the vehicle month by month not a lease extension as we were told when we extended.
Also since we were past the maturity date by 2 days they added the monthly payment amount to the payoff amount. They also never sent an invoice for the month of October which lead us to believe we were good until the end of September. Nissan and the local dealer will do nothing to correct this bad faith mistake on both their parts which leaves me no alternative but to complain on social media. Be advised if you think you are extending a lease. You are not. Very disappointed with Nissan and Bowser Nissan. The car is great, the companies don't treat good customers as they should.
2019 Murano - Radio comes on when car is parked. 10 - 15 seconds. Working in the garage it turns on by itself. No one has the fob or is near it? Scared the heck out of my wife. I hear it several times a week. Mentioned it when with first service. Told to see if it continues. It does.
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Apparently Nissan made a defective transmission for the 2010 Nissan Murano. Do not buy this car. They said it is a known issue for the transmission just to shut off and they will not repair it. My 2010 Nissan Murano's transmission shut down on me on the highway. Thankfully my children were not in the car with me. I called Nissan Consumer Affairs and they said there is nothing they can do and did not give a care. Please do not buy Nissan. They are too expensive to fix their known defective transmission ($5300).
I was told I need a new transmission after having the car for 2 years. The dealership is asking for 13,000 dollars to fix my car. I wish I had of know Nissan Muranos is known to have transmission problems. I been going back and forth with Carshield over a month. Worst experience ever.
My transmission went out at only 136,000 miles. Every place I called to help me stated that this is a VERY common problem. It is extremely difficult if not impossible to find a used transmission and even if you do it is difficult to reprogram it for your vehicle. The only place to get a new transmission is from Nissan which is EXTREMELY expensive! You also have to pay for reprogramming and use ONLY Nissan fluids. Nissan is aware of this problem and has not offered to correct their problem.
The 2020 Murano has slits under the doors to let water out to prevent rust. This feature lets dust leak in. We live on gravel. My car is so dusty I have to Swiffer it constantly. I think there has to be a better design. I have contacted the company and have been told it is working as designed. I wish I would have known about this and went with another Awd SUV.
I bought a brand new 2019 Nissan Murano in Sept 2019. A week after I bought this nissan the radio would come on for 5-10secs and turn off with the car completely turned off. They ordered a new one back in April which is supposedly on backorder as of July 9, 2020. The washer fluid motor went bad last month. I was told they ordered it, bring it in and was told they ordered the wrong part. Two days ago the front windows decided to roll down all by themselves on several occasions with the vehicle being completely off. Every time I call, no one would call me back and today I finally had a very unprofessional rude gentleman call me and proceeded to hang up on me several times. Customer service is absolutely horrible as well as their vehicles. Once these parts are changed I will definitely be trading it in!
I have a 2011 Murano with only 89,000 miles. What problems could it possibly give me right? WRONG! The transmission has started jerk and when I step on the gas to go from a complete stop it starts out very slow then speeds up! After looking into the problem it turns out that Nissan extended their warranty on the cvt transmissions because of this. It was costing up to $4,000 to fix or replace the whole transmission! And too many complaints and problems with the cvt. HOWEVER guess what? My vehicle IS NOT part of the extended warranty! Only certain models with certain VINs. Ugh! This is bs! I'm so pissed???.
This is my second Murano and have had this one 7 1/2 years. We have maintained this car and rides and comfort fantastic. Easy to get in and out of. Still looks great. Will eventually get another Murano as we have had no problems or issues. Love it!!
I have had my Murano for approximately 2 month now and I love it. It is so comfortable and rides like a dream. Handles great and is a joy to drive. I haven't set everything up yet, but there's a lot you can do. I haven't driven in the snow yet, but my friend has a Murano and she says it handles great in the snow. My brother drove with me on a 2 hour road trip and he was very impressed with the ride. I recommend to anyone looking at Muranos.
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