Hi all, I've had my 2010 Murano for a few months. It has approx 122,000 miles and for the most part it's been a great car. So far I've had the spark plugs changed out, had a couple oil changes and had the wheel bearings changed out. Over the last couple weeks it's been doing something a little concerning. Sometimes after driving a little bit, I'll be stopped at a red light and when I press on the gas to go, there is nothing. I could put my foot to the floor and it doesn't rev and if it moves, it's very slow. Then after 5 to 8 seconds, it kicks in and goes as normal. It doesn't happen all the time, but when it does, it seems to happen when I step on the gas after being at a stop. I cleaned the mass airflow sensor thinking that could be the problem but it wasn't. A mechanic friend connected his electronic code reader to the car so if the hesitation were to happen, he could see if there were any codes or other info showing a problem. As we were driving, the car did it again and he said that it appeared that the accelerator pedal sensor seemed to be doing it's job as it seemed in sync, even when the car was flat and not going anywhere. He said that he suspected it could be either the throttle body or in a worse case scenario, a problem with the transmission. Has anyone else experienced something like this? I read online that Nissan extended the warranty for the CVT to 10 years or 120,000 miles. I just hit 122,000, so if there is an issue with the CVT I think I'm screwed.