Trying to decide between a 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport (2.4 fully loaded) or the 2016 Nissan Murano SL with Technology - Is the Murano worth the extra $6,900?
None of the cars today are worth the amount of money you have to pay for them, but stay away from Mutsibushi, Hyundai, Kia those just haven't really proved themselves in the long run, if thinking Asian go with Honda or Toyota, Nissan are just so so. That's my two cents worth.
WHAT TURNS YOU ON???????IS THE ANSWER!!!!!!!
I'd add a Mazda to your shopping list. Hyundai are so so. Nissan has a troublesome CVT transmission.
Look at it like this...if you trade either one in 4 years from now, there is no way the Murano will be worth $6,900 more...therefore the smarter buy is the Hyundai
What Bob said about the Nissan CVT,,,,,,,,,,My wife has 16 mazda cx5,,,,she loves it,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,nice lil vhe!!!
Cvt is warranty to 120,000 miles Nissan backs it up
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