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2014 Nissan Murano Prices Paid and Buying Experience

steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 41,614
edited January 29 in Nissan

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  • whitallwhitall Posts: 187

    I have a 2014 Nissan Murano that we purchased near Thanksgiving. It has 1800 miles as of today. I HATE having a black car. I am hoping I can trade it in and get the same car in a different color without taking much of a hit. I would consider a demo if it made it even.

    Murano SL AWD with leather and Nav. I had them install remote start as well. Car is still perfect but it is always dirty (winter) and even before the snow it showed every smudge. I am in South Jersey. Any ideas on trade-in value or what a dealer might be able to do for me?

    I think the rebates when I got it were better than they are now. I want a silver or blue but would even take white. I don't know if black is more desirable as far as the dealership goes and whether that would help me. We financed only 10k and we can pay it off early, so that's not really an issue.

    I'm going to post this in the the 2013 prices and trade-in value forums also and see if anybody has any helpful ideas. Thanks.

  • carstwocarstwo Posts: 6
    Anyone bought a murano recently? What's the break down of the cost? With the $3500 dealer incentive, is $27000 a decent buy for a murano sv AWD incl cross bars, flr mats, and destination fees? Thx
  • joeforjobjoeforjob Posts: 31

    What is the model and the option you are talking for this price? Thanks.

  • carstwocarstwo Posts: 6
    a murano sv AWD incl cross bars, flr mats, and destination fees
  • hz1905hz1905 Posts: 6
    Is 35000 OTD price too much for 2014 murano AWD + platinum edition? Please respond ASAP. I do need your wisdom. Thanks
  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 41,614
    edited October 4
    TMV for the LE AWD with the Platinum Edition option in my zip code is $40,068. So $35,000 including taxes and fees (the usual definition of OTD) sounds like a terrific deal.

    Even without taxes and fees, it sounds like a great price.

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  • hz1905hz1905 Posts: 6
    Right, Nissan is taking a 8000 discount now. I am undecided about whether to buy 2014 fully loaded Nissan Murano at the OTD price of 35000 or 2015 Acura RDX AWD w/t tech at the OTD price of 40997. Any suggestion?
  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 41,614
    Go with your gut.

    Driving a new car isn't always about getting the very best deal, although some of us do get a lot of satisfaction leaving $5,000 in our bank account instead of tooling around town in the latest and greatest.

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  • hz1905hz1905 Posts: 6
    thanks. is it fair to say that Acura RDX is a better and more reliable SUV than Murano? I checked online, finding that a lot of complaints about Murano's engine, oil leak, ... (more than Acura RDX). But, seriously, a fully loaded 2014 murano LE with platinum edition is really attractive.
  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 41,614
    edited October 5
    I'm a Nissan fan, having recently gotten rid of a '99 Quest that ran pretty well for 14 out of it's 15 years (I kept it one year too long, lol). But the Muranos do seem to have a few problems - I noticed the CVT complaints mostly. Nissan seemed to have the worst CVT, at least in the early days.

    But forum posts don't necessarily mean that a model really does have more problems than average. You need to look at Consumer Reports too, and JD Power and True Delta and all the rest. Even with cars that have bad reputations, you're still probably only talking about 2 or 3% of the owners who have trouble. So your odds of getting a lemon are pretty low.

    Here's another metric to make you lose sleep tonight - we say the Murano will cost less in maintenance and repair over the next five years than the RDX. :D

    True Cost to Own® (TCO®)

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