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post #1 of 6 Old 01-09-2017, 06:55 PM Thread Starter
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New UK Murano owner

Well, I will be on Thursday when I pick up my new to me '06 Murano

I suspect I won't be able to post pics or links yet but here are the photos the car sales place used to advertise the car:

https://goo.gl/photos/k6dEfGDXykj7Dc387

Yep, I need a post count >10 to post links, so you may need to cut & paste to see them

I'll take more when I get my hands on it on Thursday morning plus I'll post more findings and loads of questions then too.

Cheers,

Alan
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Welcome to the forum! Your car looks pretty clean and well kept. Enjoy!

Take care!

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I'll add a few for you....






2015 Murano Platinum Pearl White AWD
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Thanks for that @Gatekeeper, as I said these aren't my photos(it is my car though) I promise to take some more at the weekend
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Looks good Mudcruzr. It's a nice colour, the black grill goes well.

I've had mine a few months now and liking it a lot. I've got some wind/rain deflectors to fit this weekend, so good to see they really suit the car.
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Well, I picked the car up today and I'm delighted with it. Afraid photos will have to wait until I can wash it though, the weather here today was atrocious (heavy snow and all roads had been gritted so very mucky).

All seems good with the car with only a couple of minor things like the door seal around the tailgate is badly worn and will need replaced.

There is one thing I could use advice on though, the wheels are 20" rather than the 18" stock. The tyres are 275/45x20 and when I picked the car up the pressures were 32psi all round, that didn't "feel" right so I've upped them to 36psi all round and the car feels much better for it. Didn't the later years come with 20" wheels? Anyone know what the recommended pressure is for them?

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