Maybe some people are used to owning a particular brand of car that will go 10 years without having so much go wrong at once. There are some makes like Lexus that will go the distance when it comes to certain mechanical parts. Nissan is a fine company, however I would not honestly recommend to anybody that I know to buy one over 6 years old. They are not known as trouble free cars to own. However, I mostly find Nissan and Infiniti cars easy to repair myself with the exception of the Murano spark plugs and the parts cheap. So I can live with my Nissan's occasional problems, however some people are slaves to the dealership and repair shops. Therefore, I can understand their frustration when the Murano seems to fall apart and needs to be repaired constantly. Some may say it is the price of owning a ten year old car. I disagree, some makes should not be purchased after 100K miles or ten years of age and Nissan is one of them. My opinion and I stand by it.
2006 Nissan Murano SL AWD Silver w/ Bose( Wife's baby)
-I do all the work on it, while constantly begging her to trade it in
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K&N air filter
K&N oil fillter 1008
Denso Long Life Iridium spark plugs SK16HR11 .7mm tip(Great MPG's and Power)
Shell Rotella T-6 5w-40 oil
BF Goodrich Longtrail T/A Tour tires
Royal Purple 75w-90 gear oil in the transfer-case and rear differential(Makes the Murano run smoother and the AWD more responsive)
2011 Black Mercedes E350 Sport 4matic(My baby)