Nissan Murano 2009 Problems

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Murano leaking head gasket

Answered by CarsGuide 1 Nov 2013

Recalls are mostly to fix problems that affect the safety of the car, not mechanical problems like a leaking head gasket. Nissan's offer is in line with industry practice. You could try and negotiate a better deal with the company, 25 percent is a measly amount, but you need to deal directly with Nissan.

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Nissan Murano leaking head gasket

Answered by CarsGuide 21 Sep 2012

Leaking head gaskets are a problem on the Murano worldwide and Nissan's eagerness to offer you a deal is confirmation of it. The offer to cover half of the costs is a standard one in this sort of situation, but I reckon they should cough up for the whole cost. A leaking head gasket as such low km’s is unacceptable. The easiest course of action, though, would be to accept the offer and get on with your life.

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Recalls a fact of auto industry life

Recalls a fact of auto industry life

26 Jun 2009 · by Neil McDonald

And the car industry is not immune from being saddled with these potentially damaging problems.Apart from Ford's recent problems with brake hoses and brake booster valves on E-Gas Falcons the other ‘ ...

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