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The Murano seem to have a good reputation especially 2009 on up models. The older models---well, I'd stay away from them. I always tell people to buy the newest and lowest mileage used vehicle they can afford. If it has some residual warranty, all the better. I'm not keen on old GPS systems---I think your Garmin is a better idea. As for AWD, which adds weight and decreases fuel economy, it really depends on how much you need it. If it's just for one or two trips to the mountains every year, I wouldn't bother to have it. So your local climate is a deciding factor.
As for aftermarket installations, the big factor there is the professionalism of the installer. On modern cars, if you patch into the wrong wire, that's a big problem, since so much information is multiplexed.1 ·
We have some info on 2014 Fiat 500e leases in this topic, so you might repost there and see if anyone else has the 500e in their sights right now. Some of the posts are from February so perhaps still applicable. At least they'll give you an idea of what's possible in a lease.
Fiat 500e Lease Questions1 ·
Well traditionally that's what "GT means----Grand Touring---it's not supposed to be a rough and ready sports car. Cars like the original Shelby GT350 distorted the "GT" heritage pretty badly.1 ·
That's not just plastic---it's GERMAN plastic. I figure $30 bucks easy. Just buy one for a Toyota for $4 and be happy.2 ·
Maybe...okay German prices then
My MINI has the plastic cap with the spray nozzle built into it--I think I paid $17 on the internet for it.1 ·