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Old 07-14-2018, 11:19 PM
 
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If it was not for the bad MPG of my Nissan Cube I would be in heaven. The car is quiet, smooth riding and really spacious. There will never be another car like that one.

In the future, I would have no issues with buying Nissans, used of course. The bad resale value is good for use 2nd hand buyers.
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Old 10-18-2018, 02:19 PM
 
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Nissan seriously needs to get back to their pre-Renault days. Those older Nissans like the Hardbody pickup and the Stanza would just about run forever.
The CVT has tarnished Nissan public perception for those who know.

Those in the know just don't buy any Nissan with a CVT. Except the one or two who might respond here.

Even Subaru had to add an extended warranty for their CVT vehicles.
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Old Today, 10:53 AM
 
Location: Caribou, Me.
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If it was not for the bad MPG of my Nissan Cube I would be in heaven. The car is quiet, smooth riding and really spacious. There will never be another car like that one.

In the future, I would have no issues with buying Nissans, used of course. The bad resale value is good for use 2nd hand buyers.
I really like the look of those Cubes. (We have an Element so we obviously like square boxes....lol).
But I am 6'3" so we needed a car that would fit me. VERY few SUVs are big enough (my head hits). The Murano is big enough....that's what we bought. Really like it. Good power. And important in Maine----excellent in snow.
(CVT might be starting to go, but when we just had it flushed, the shop said the noise was actually a bad wheel bearing. We will see! We have needed to do very little work to the car over the last six years).

Lots of Nissans in Maine, FWIW. Muranos and Rogues everywhere.
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