I’ve recently leased a new 2015 Nissan Murano. Since having the car, it’s made more trips (and mileage) back and forth to the dealer than anything else. First let me be clear: I love the Murano. It’s been a total pleasure to drive. But there have been a couple of needed tweaks:
One of the taillight segments wasn’t working. The problem was a losse or broken connector which was repaired in a couple of minutes.
Next was a loose piece of chrome trim. This was due to “loss of tension in the clips” (according to the write-up. Anyway, another minor issue that was…or more correctly, is being addressed.
Probably the most exasperating is the paperwork for the lease. While the folks at the dealership are a pleasure to work with, it seems like the folks at the leasing company keep changing the forms–or requirements for the forms–and we’ve had to return twice to re-sign them after the initial signing.
But to end, let me repeat this is a great vehicle. And at my age, it’s nice having a car that’s smarter than I am. Okay, that’s not saying much. Then again, it’s a shame all drivers don’t have such a vehicle; most of them seem pretty stupid these days.