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2013 and earlier Nissan Murano Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • The March Sales data for Nissan showed a whopping 44% increase in sales over March 2009. Annual sales period ended March 31st as well. All of this from an accounting perspective as well as shareholder pricing is a formula for less deals to be found for April, with a major sales decline likely, followed by better deals to be had shortly thereafter. Just an opinion.
  • rogero44rogero44 Posts: 1
    Just purchasing a 2010 SL with the Tech package and got it for 31,050 -which reflected a 1250 rebate.

    They are offering an extending service contract where you have no service costs for 5 years/75000 - cost is 2248. Any thoughts - is it worth the money?
  • vegasmuranovegasmurano Posts: 18
    edited April 2010
    Not worth it for 90% of people.In 75k miles all you really need is oil changes,filter changes,fluid replacements and tire rotations as maintinence.

    That would not cost nearly the price they are asking,I could get all that done at a reputable mechanic for less than half of that.Just my opinion .....
  • interested in LE AWD with NAV - what is a great price. I have Pilots at 3% below invoice can I get close to that kind of deal on this car? Live in Chicagoland
  • bezierbezier Posts: 2
    After two weeks of negotiations and 3 visits to the dealership, finally finished my purchase on June 1st.

    2010 Nissan Murano 2WD 4dr SL
    Exterior Color: Platinum Graphite
    Interior Color: Black
    [p01] premium package
    [x01] leather package
    [h01] technology package
    [u01] navigation package
    [b92] splash guards
    [b93] roof rail crossbars
    [b94] rear bumper protector
    [l92] front/rear floor mats & cargo area protector
    [n92] illuminated door sills
    Plus free oil changes at the dealership for life.

    MSRP: 36,895$ (38,090$ in Truecar)
    Factory Invoice: 34,739$
    Dealer Cost: 32,471$
    Purchase price: 29,999$+TTL = 32,228$

    Still learning to use the features, but loving it so far.
  • Congrats on a good negotiation and great vehicle!
  • bezier,

    could you let me know which dealer your purchased this Murano from? You got a great deal! thanks
  • I've become increasingly interested in the Murano, and reading this forum has been a big help. My Nissan dealers in Miami are all trying to quote me full MSRP for a 2010 AWD Murano with 360/leather/premium, $36,650.

    I sent an email basically saying look, I've priced this car out on Edmunds a hundred times over. I know what the true market value is, and even that seems high compared to what others are reporting paying. I told them I'm interested in the car, but only if I get a good market price on it. I'll see what they come back with. I'm not paying their inflated prices. I'm more than willing to drive my old car until I get a price I'm happy with.
  • mikesmuranomikesmurano Posts: 118
    That seems high from my experience; especially when you consider how many quality issues the Murano seems to have.

    The track record does not look good. Read the customer service thread. Geeze.
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,250
    edited June 2010
    Go to and see what deals are available near your zipcode. They will be lower than msrp. Quick check near me yielded $3750 off msrp includes a $500 factory rebate. The rep you talked to was a scammer.
  • Hi.

    You haven't specified the exact model; ie: is it an SL or an LE? It looks like an SL as a guess. Why don't you look at the FWD models instead of the AWD models? Although I haven't seen one single transfer case failure or problem in the 2010 models, there are many in the 2009 models and previous. Getting the FWD model eliminates this risk entirely.
  • Has anyone leased a Murano under their current lease rate promotion? Nissan is currently offering a $299/month lease for 39 months with $2999 down for an S model with AWD, floor mates and splash guards with an MSRP of $31,050 and a net capitalized cost of $25,749. I'm looking to get an equal or better deal on and SL model with options. Before I go off and shop around, I was wondering If anyone knows the money factor on this current deal and depreciation %. Thanks.
  • only spent a day negotiating price with different dealers and got the vehicle
    it is a SL 2WD includes:
    invoice $32540, MSRP $35550
    final price is $31540 + TTL
    I know I can get better deals if I wait some time or go to a dealer in different state, but I don't have much more energy on car shopping...

    I believe a price ~$1500 below invoice is very possible in the country.
  • jess0117jess0117 Posts: 1
    St Louis, MO - West County Nissan.

    Black/black 2010 SL FWD
    Tech package
    Leather package
    Premium package
    Splash guards, rear bumper protector, floormats, and roof rail crossbars
    First 4 oil changes free
    Invoice: $33,9XX. MSRP: $37,160
    $32,335 OTD, including $199 "Admin Fee" but NOT including TTL

    We seemed to benefit from an internal screw-up due to an ~$800 price increase that occurred a few months ago (the original quote we received was for a pre-price-increase vehicle, and the quote was never changed although the vehicle we ultimately ended up with was post-price-increase). This became a problem to the dealership only after they had obtained the car from another dealership, we had inspected/okayed the car, procured the money, cut the check, been at the dealership to complete paperwork for an hour, etc. They initially tried to split the $800 increase with us but, to their credit, ultimately honored their original quote after we pushed back. Other than the 11th hour confrontation over the price increase (which ultimately worked out in our favor), we had a pleasant buying experience with this dealership and felt we were treated fairly. Their initial offer to us was $1000 under invoice - $500 dealership discount off invoice plus $500 Nissan rebate.
  • bezierbezier Posts: 2
    Sorry for the late reply. Got it from Trophy Nissan, Mesquite TX.
  • mytsignsmytsigns Posts: 1
    edited July 2010
    Faulkner Nissan

    So I had been shopping a Ford Edge, but didn't like, well...dull. Looked at a Mazda 7 then went into Nissan and really liked the Murano, this was yesterday. Priced at the dealer I test drove at, numbers were ridiculous. Did an Edmunds price broadcast last night, figuring last day of month, quarter and possibly fiscal(6/30/2010) got responses from 4 dealers. Went with this, bought it today.

    Silver/black 2010 SL AWD
    Leather package
    Premium package
    Splash guards, rear bumper protector, floormats, and roof rail crossbars
    First oil change free

    $32,780 NOT including TTL or admin fees. Financed total $34,950 - $1000 down, 0.9% Nissan financing

    I don't know ifit is the strongest deal from my end, but certainly quick and painless. Picking it up tomorrow. Will there be a 4th of July blowout sale...?
  • geezy1geezy1 Posts: 1
    Hi all.

    I a very interested in buying a 2010 LE loaded with leather wood grain, etc... pretty much all I can get but I don't need the nav. The prices here for that vehicle seems to run around 38-41 K or so how much should I pay for it to be a good deal? Any suggestions would be appreciated.

  • jakefl7jakefl7 Posts: 14
    I just turned in my 2009 Murano for a 2010 Lexus RX350. I was tired of dealing with all the problems with my Murano and the terrible service. If you are in the market for a Murano you really need to consider the Lexus RX350. The quality is far superior and the service is out of this world. Do yourself a favor and check out the RX350. You will not regret it and you can thank me later.
  • I dunno -here are the latest Lexus recalls;

    * 2007-2008 Lexus GS 350 and GS 350h

    * 2008 Lexus GS 460

    * 2006-2008 Lexus IS 350

    * 2007-2008 Lexus LS 460, LS 460 L

    * 2008 Lexus LS 600h L

    Total vehicles = 140,000 just for the engine spring recall alone. ( leads to stalled engines while in motion). I think the new 250 model got pulled from sales entirely within the last two weeks. Lexus is a mess right now.
  • mikesmuranomikesmurano Posts: 118
    Read the customer service and CVT thread before buying a Murano.

    Buy Acura or Lexus if you want a premium Japanese vehicle.

    If not, Nissan will take you to bankruptcy.
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