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post #16 of 48 Old 02-03-2005, 11:00 AM
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I bought a Murano cargo net from this company's retail store yesterday (in Los Angeles). They do most of their business online though:

http://www.theCargoNetStore.com

Their nets are MUCH better than OEM (I also have one for my BMW).

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All weather floor mats

Geez, I just came from the Nissan Dealer and inquired about getting the all weather floor mats... they wanted

$69.99
Freehold Nissan, N.J.

On the web, all I can find is...

63.60 + 29.57 = 93.17
https://www.1stnissanparts.com/index.php/cPath/22_39

70.49 + shipping.
http://www.courtesyparts.com/murano/interior.html

64.19 + Shipping.
http://nissan.autowebaccessories.com...2_290_2523.php

66.25 + Shipping
ebay - http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...spagename=WD1V

Anyone have suggestions where I can hook up to get the Muarno all-weather floor mats for less $$ ?
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I'd say that's about the going price. They're big, so there's not much out there that fit well. But they do fit well.
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since the murano is goin to be offered in japan by the end of the year there should be alot more accessories for it real soon, possible some bodykits altezza light, maybe different gauge faces. it'll be sweet. but for now does anyone know about any aftermarket accessory places??
It actually is on sale in Japan. Mine will be delivered on the 29th. It arrives at the dealer on the 26th for fitting of accessories such as front fender cameras and 100V/100W power tap on dash. I will probably have them install the GPS radar detector at the same time.

I will keep a look out for other after-market accessories. I have yet to see a lot of Muranos on the road here. Nismo is doing aero-kits and suspension/exhaust tuning kits but that is all I have seen so far.

After I take delivery I will post the Nissan options catalog. I noticed that a few of the items offered are listed as being from Nissan USA.

Somewhere in Japan with a 2005 350XV FWD Murano Luminous Gold/Leather/Moon roof & rails/Navigation with integrated cell phone interface/Front cameras/Side cameras/Backup cameras/100V outlet/Intelligent key/Side airbags and a few other tricks
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maybe it's just me, but I just searched 8 or 9 of these recommended sites, and cannot find one that can sell me a foglight.
Not the $200+ kit, but the sealed unit to replace my broken one.

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Re: All weather floor mats

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Geez, I just came from the Nissan Dealer and inquired about getting the all weather floor mats... they wanted

$69.99
Freehold Nissan, N.J.

On the web, all I can find is...

63.60 + 29.57 = 93.17
https://www.1stnissanparts.com/index.php/cPath/22_39

70.49 + shipping.
http://www.courtesyparts.com/murano/interior.html

64.19 + Shipping.
http://nissan.autowebaccessories.com...2_290_2523.php

66.25 + Shipping
ebay - http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...spagename=WD1V

Anyone have suggestions where I can hook up to get the Muarno all-weather floor mats for less $$ ?
I would go for the dealer mats @ $70. You are not going to find better mats at any price. For someone who spent hundreds of dollars on repainted nerf and push bars, $70 for mats seems cheap.

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For someone who spent hundreds of dollars on repainted nerf and push bars, $70 for mats seems cheap.

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Re: Re: All weather floor mats

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I would go for the dealer mats @ $70. You are not going to find better mats at any price. For someone who spent hundreds of dollars on repainted nerf and push bars, $70 for mats seems cheap.

So much for feeling comfortable saying how I feel or what I would like... on this site.

That's just wrong... Maybe I spent all my money on it. Maybe it was paid for as a gift. It doesn't mean I shouldn't try to find the best value around for something else. If you spent a few hundred thousand on a house, is it no big deal to spend a $1,000 an an item like a TV set or would you try to get the best price you could? Anyway... thanks for obnoxious comment.

With comments like that Huskyfan, that make me feel that way... I don't need to be involved here any longer.
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Com'on guys. I thought that was a brotherly comment on the part of HuskyFan...

And GymKid, there is nothing wrong with looking for the best deal. I sometimes spend thousands on things that may not mean much, yet will not shop from a store that I feel is charging me 10 cents more without cause....

Be cool!

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Com'on guys. I thought that was a brotherly comment on the part of HuskyFan...

And GymKid, there is nothing wrong with looking for the best deal. I sometimes spend thousands on things that may not mean much, yet will not shop from a store that I feel is charging me 10 cents more without cause....

Be cool!
I look for the best deal also. I just think the quality of the mats is worth the $70. I don't think the quality of the carpeted mats is worth the money but I had no choice in buying those.

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Any of the places recommended really good for new 22" + rims on my murano?

Thanks
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Has any Canadians order parts on line from Courtesy Parts in Texas?. They claim that they can shipped to Canada via FedEx, curious as to what the duties at the border may cost and what the total shipping cost might be.

Any info on this will be greatly received.

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Has any Canadians order parts on line from Courtesy Parts in Texas?. They claim that they can shipped to Canada via FedEx, curious as to what the duties at the border may cost and what the total shipping cost might be.

Any info on this will be greatly received.
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Give them a call (800-527-1909) or email ([email protected]) and see what they have to say.

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Has any Canadians order parts on line from Courtesy Parts in Texas?. They claim that they can shipped to Canada via FedEx, curious as to what the duties at the border may cost and what the total shipping cost might be.
I know this is a little late after the original post, but other Canadians may still be interested.

You'll have to pay your GST and PST, plus Fed Ex and UPS charge a $45-$50 brokerage fee to process your customs paperwork. Fed Ex will send you an invoice for the fees a week or two after you receive the package. UPS bills you right away.
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Wow I was un-aware of the stiff cost ..

to get stuff into Canada, I would think that it would boost Canadian production with that big penalty.

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