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Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet blurs market segments

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November 15, 2010

Nissan will show a new car at the Los Angeles Motor Show later this week, which takes unique attributes from at least three different segments to create a vehicle seemingly purpose built for Southern California. Set to go on sale in early 2011, the Murano CrossCabriolet 2011 is an all-wheel drive crossover convertible which Nissan says has plenty of room for four adults, plus enough space for golf bags and luggage, even with the top down.

The CrossCabriolet will go on show alongside the revised Nissan GT-R supercar which will make its North American debut.

More details when the 2010 Los Angeles Motor Show kicks-off.

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Nissan moron-o? However I try to pronounce it, it still sounds like Nissan named this car to insult its driver.

PeetEngineer

Ultimate girl car.

colinshark

Special comment for stupid americans: Murano is famous city in Italy.

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Old hat! Check out the Isuzu VX-02 at http://www.insideline.com/isuzu/vx/1999-tokyo-isuzu-vx-02.html.

Doug MacLeod

Murano is not a city in Italy (it's a region in Venice), nor was the Murano named for any city, fictional or otherwise. Murano in Japanese (Nissan is a Japanese company, or didn't you know that?) means "Villager," meaning one who lives in a village. Kinda like the Mercury Villager.

Skeptical Jones
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