Nissan calls The 2012 Murano CrossCabriolet innovation without limits. Edmunds.com says it “makes surprising sense for anyone looking for a convertible with some real practicality.”
The Murano CrossCabriolet—the world’s first all-wheel drive crossover convertible—has been called lots of things, usually referred to as fun, sporty and unique—a rare all-season, all-weather vehicle that can be fun to go for a cruise in on those hot summer days, yet tough and rugged enough to handle any weather condition. So what is the CrossCabriolet? First released in 2011, it’s not a sedan, it’s not an SUV and it’s not just a convertible. But it combines the best of all of those into one unique vehicle, providing a unique driving experience like no other.
Featuring a powerful V6 engine and fully automatic cloth convertible top that folds to about the size of a 2-seat roadster top, this vehicle is roomy enough for four adults and still has plenty of cargo space to pack what you need for where you need to go—even with the convertible top down. Want to store your luggage, golf clubs or even that baby stroller? Heading out for a weekend getaway? Want to pack some extras? No worries, there’s plenty of room to pack and play—and plenty of leg room for those seated in the back—something even more rare in a convertible.
Leery of driving a convertible? No worries here, the CrossCabriolet features a streamlined windshield designed specifically to reduce wind resistance and deflect wind and sound. You can have top down and still ride comfortably. You’ll especially be enjoying the spacious seating while noticing the plush leather interior. As is the case with any Nissan, safety and reliability are important in every vehicle and the CrossCabriolet is no different. Safety features include the Nissan Advanced Air Bag System, the Standard Vehicle Dynamic Control with Traction Control System, ABS, Brake Assistant and Electronic Brake force distribution.
Want to find out for yourself what everyone is talking about? Stop by Windsor Nissan to test drive a 2012 CrossCabriolet today!