2003 Nissan Murano SL AWD from North America
This car is a mistake
When I last posted I was complaining about the alternator, well here goes a long list of things since: battery defect, rack & piñon, oil leak from differential, oil leak from other area (forgot exactly) and noisy wipers. I love my car, but am so fed up. I have 3000 miles left on warranty and am worried.
Bad buy!! Stay away from this car you'll regret it as I have.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 26th February, 2005
17th May 2005, 14:50
OK. If you didn't know.. almost all 'foreign' cars are actually built in America. Almost all 'American' cars are made overseas. So, buying 'American' helps out rich people who design ugly undependable cars, while buying well-built Japanese cars helps out rural populations in TN, SC, TX and other states.
1st Oct 2006, 18:32
Ha ha ha, I love that last comment, it is SO true, tell it like it is!
25th May 2007, 20:47
"Almost all 'American' cars are made overseas."
Most American cars are made in America. Look it up. The ones that aren't are made in Canada and Mexico. Last I checked those countries are not separated from the US by a body of water.
25th Jul 2008, 23:23
The Murano for your information is built 100% in Japan. You can tell 2 ways. The VIN number will begin with JP and also now all the cars in the dealer ship actually state what percentage comes from America/Canada versus foreign country. My Murano 2004 just had the transmission go at 85k miles.
10th Oct 2018, 04:10
Renault = Nissan = junk!
10th Oct 2018, 08:33
Dunno about Renault - if you're in North America, you have no idea how they fare overseas. Nissan - well, they're certainly no Toyota, and definitely not those sold in America.