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Imagine, your 2014 Nissan Murano crosscabriolet (convertible model) , which has been working all summer and spring since purchased has a big hiccup. In our next drive convertible makes noise and begins to function improperly and won't close easily. We struggle to get closed as warning lights for top are on and now won't function at all. Murano has only 29k miles on it and top looks mint. When purchased, a warranty was placed through GWC warranty company and was told on recorded line convertible tops completely covered with no optional cost. Vehicle brought to local Nissan dealership Monday and warranty company contacted, to find now warranty company claims no coverage on convertibles. Burdick Nissan in Syracuse representative shocked us with not only that news but the cost to replace ,$10,000 plus! In addition, as with other posts we have found with this specific vehicle issue, the whole top must be replaced as Nissan does not offer any of the components or parts for the top. We were shocked , $10,000 for a convertible top fix because individual parts needed to repair are not available. Prior posts and anyone with such issue please respond here as this is of course just not right. A band together incoordination is necessary. Any thoughts or help here much appreciated.
 

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Imagine, your 2014 Nissan Murano crosscabriolet (convertible model) , which has been working all summer and spring since purchased has a big hiccup. In our next drive convertible makes noise and begins to function improperly and won't close easily. We struggle to get closed as warning lights for top are on and now won't function at all. Murano has only 29k miles on it and top looks mint. When purchased, a warranty was placed through GWC warranty company and was told on recorded line convertible tops completely covered with no optional cost. Vehicle brought to local Nissan dealership Monday and warranty company contacted, to find now warranty company claims no coverage on convertibles. Burdick Nissan in Syracuse representative shocked us with not only that news but the cost to replace ,$10,000 plus! In addition, as with other posts we have found with this specific vehicle issue, the whole top must be replaced as Nissan does not offer any of the components or parts for the top. We were shocked , $10,000 for a convertible top fix because individual parts needed to repair are not available. Prior posts and anyone with such issue please respond here as this is of course just not right. A band together incoordination is necessary. Any thoughts or help here much appreciated.
Crosscabriolet has its own forum so you'll probably get better help over there: https://www.nissanmurano.org/forums/crosscabriolet.90/
 

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Imagine, your 2014 Nissan Murano crosscabriolet (convertible model) , which has been working all summer and spring since purchased has a big hiccup. In our next drive convertible makes noise and begins to function improperly and won't close easily. We struggle to get closed as warning lights for top are on and now won't function at all. Murano has only 29k miles on it and top looks mint. When purchased, a warranty was placed through GWC warranty company and was told on recorded line convertible tops completely covered with no optional cost. Vehicle brought to local Nissan dealership Monday and warranty company contacted, to find now warranty company claims no coverage on convertibles. Burdick Nissan in Syracuse representative shocked us with not only that news but the cost to replace ,$10,000 plus! In addition, as with other posts we have found with this specific vehicle issue, the whole top must be replaced as Nissan does not offer any of the components or parts for the top. We were shocked , $10,000 for a convertible top fix because individual parts needed to repair are not available. Prior posts and anyone with such issue please respond here as this is of course just not right. A band together incoordination is necessary. Any thoughts or help here much appreciated.
This top thing is sickening. Had mine replaced $27k 2 years ago....today it is a bit
chilly making a right turn the top light comes on and the loud beeping!!!! Im sick of this and i agree with the lawsuit classaction
Imagine, your 2014 Nissan Murano crosscabriolet (convertible model) , which has been working all summer and spring since purchased has a big hiccup. In our next drive convertible makes noise and begins to function improperly and won't close easily. We struggle to get closed as warning lights for top are on and now won't function at all. Murano has only 29k miles on it and top looks mint. When purchased, a warranty was placed through GWC warranty company and was told on recorded line convertible tops completely covered with no optional cost. Vehicle brought to local Nissan dealership Monday and warranty company contacted, to find now warranty company claims no coverage on convertibles. Burdick Nissan in Syracuse representative shocked us with not only that news but the cost to replace ,$10,000 plus! In addition, as with other posts we have found with this specific vehicle issue, the whole top must be replaced as Nissan does not offer any of the components or parts for the top. We were shocked , $10,000 for a convertible top fix because individual parts needed to repair are not available. Prior posts and anyone with such issue please respond here as this is of course just not right. A band together incoordination is necessary. Any thoughts or help here much appreciated.
Only wish i knew how to get a refund. My dealer is great the top on my car is a mess. I need a lawsuit.
 
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