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Nissan drops price on Murano CrossCabriolet... sort of

There's nothing else on the road like the Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet, though that exclusivity is both a strength and a weakness. On the one hand, Nissan's willingness to put a distinctive, unique product out for sale means it's more likely to come up in conversation. The problem with a limited-production niche model, luxurious and individualistic as it may be, is actually getting people to purchase it. Roll in the devastating earthquake that struck Japan in May when Nissan was in the earliest days of Murano CrossCabriolet production, and you wind up with a supply shortage that coincides... Read More

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    Report: Nissan of Canada takes a pass on Murano CrossCabriolet
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    We're really curious as to whether or not the Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet has what it takes to succeed in the Canadian market. Rumour has it, the vehicle won't be such a big hit, especially in regions that receive snow and ice. The Globe and Mail reports that Nissan Canada isn't interested in selling the funky crossover/convertible, preferring instead ...

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    First Drive: 2011 Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet
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    We should have known better, but we just couldn't bring ourselves to believe the rumors. For over two years now, we've heard whispers of Nissan's plan to introduce a convertible version of its Murano crossover, but the idea seemed so far-fetched that we just couldn't wrap our gray matter around it. We managed to fall sleep at night by dismissing the ...