2012 Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet Drops Price

2011 Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet

Now in its second model year, the 2012 Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet sees a significant 4% price drop from the 2011 model year. The convertible starts at $44,540, which is $1,850 less than the 2011 model. However, while Nissan doesn't state it in its announcement, the price change is due to removing the standard navigation package and making it an $1,850 option. 

The regular 2012 Murano crossover starts at $29,290, which is the same price as the 2011 model. 

The CrossCabriolet comes in only one trim that is well-equipped. It includes most of the features on the top-of-the-line LE Murano crossover with all-wheel drive. Among the features are 20-inch alloy wheels, automatic high-intensity-discharge xenon headlights, fog lights, LED taillights, heated mirrors, leather upholstery, a Bose stereo, a 7-inch touch-screen and backup camera. Extra safety features include dual pop-up roll bars for rear passengers.

Both Murano crossovers are on sale now. You can learn more about the regular 2012 Murano here.

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Comments 

Mike

I'm sure we all know why the price is dropping...lol

Shorebreak

Nissan couldn't drop the price enough to purchase that ugly, useless vehicle. It will be withdrawn from the market after a year or two due to lack of sales. My local dealer has two on his lot and gets irritated just looking at them taking up space.

Bob

Cars.com: please double-check your facts. Edmunds Straightline is reporting that the $1850 price drop is because the nav system is no longer standard equipment, but is now an option...for $1850.

Rockaby

Verified from Autoblog:

A price drop from $46,390 to $44,540 for 2012 Murano CrossCabriolet models will help sweeten the deal for buyers seeking a two-door four-place crossover vehicle with a power-folding top and plenty of luxury accoutrements, but the price change isn't necessarily what it seems. Navigation moves from standard equipment to an available stand-alone option, suggesting that the $1,850 price dip is the result of decontenting.

Bob and Rockaby,
Thanks guys. Not sure how we missed that. Post has been updated.

WTF

Blinded by ugly.

Bad Angus

Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet. I guess they didn't learn anything from "Nissan Pathfinder Armada."

And yes, it's gawdawful ugly. That may explain why I've yet to see one on the street.

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