I'm trying, but I only have 29,000 miles (47,000 km) so far.jaak said:Let's see, that would mean an average of 6,250 miles a month, if purchased when first released, to hit 100K.
Anyone putting on that kind of mileage?
Kind of like the Subaru fiasco. One of the first people who came up to me and asked about my Murano loved it, until I mentioned it had a CVT. He mentioned the problems with the Subaru version, then he walked away.jaak said:After all, it would be disaster for Nissan and Jatco to bring a CVT into the North American market and have everyone remember what a lemon it was!
I don't think they use it in their 2005 models... do they?
"The only transmission choice is a six-speed automanual with seven shift stages"
Are you thinking this thread?Darrell Sheldon said:I could have sworn reading in a thread about tires where someone (I believe a female) was claiming to have just replaced her (original) tires with 98,000 miles on them!! Find that thread for a high mileager-must be well over 100K now.