so once you replaced everything, there was nothing else to go wrong; since it was all new:8:hfelknor said:I literally do not know how to answer that question.
I found the Murano to be a tremendous let down.
After buying nothing but American Cars since 1977 when I bought a Datsun 810, I finally broke down and bought a japanese car. Everybody said they were much better than those junky american cars....
My Chrysler T&C broke exactly once in seven years.
My Murano was back to the dealer 6 times in 6 months!
Had a couple of problems each time!
And....the CD player that is in there is the fourth one.
So it would seem that I should just check #1 and go on.........
Except for one tiny little detail.
Nothing else has broken in the last 5 1/2 years......!
I need to be able to check #1 AND #5.
Same here at 87K miles - though garaging DOES help maintain that new car look and feel. But I've had ZERO repair (non-maintenance) costs in almost 6 1/2 years since my 04 SE was new. Maintenance costs (including a set of tires, new brake pads, every oil and filter change, an Optima battery, accessory belts, and a couple minor things like antifreeze, wiper blades and a couple bulbs) have averaged $230/year for me. That's way less than a monthly car payment for an entire year!Plus, the car still looks and feels close to new!