For the low, low price of $47,190 , you’ll soon be able to pick up a 2011 Murano CrossCabriolet. In English, that’s a Convertible Murano.
In response to the question that no one asked, Nissan chopped the top off of it’s midsize CUV, lost two doors, and added a ragtop. Ta-da, a midsize CUV convertible. To my knowledge, that would make it the first of it’s kind. This makes sense, considering the market demand for such a vehicle seems to be so low as to be approaching zero.
Looks – Murano CrossCabriolet Doesn’t Have Them
So what, you say. So what if there’s no market for such a vehicle, so long as it looks good. Well that’s where you would be wrong, my friend. See, this vehicle not only doesn’t have a target buyer that I can figure, it’s also very odd looking. Top down, it’s oddly proportioned. Top up and it’s downright ugly.
Well, at least it’s priced right
And you’d be wrong again. Let’s just say this guessing game isn’t for you. With a price of just north of $47k (including destination), the 2011 Murano CrossCabriolet is anything but cheap. Fortunately, this vehicle comes one way – fully loaded. Things like 20″ alloys, leather, Bose, and navigation are all standard.
2011 Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet Gallery