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Canada Says No to the Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet

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Well it does snow a lot more in Canada than the US, but for whatever reason Nissan of Canada has decided to not sell the Murano CrossCabriolet. The convertible version of the Murano crossover is going to hit dealers next month with a starting price of 46,000.

That lofty starting price and the fact that it’s a convertible are the likely reasons why Nissan will not be selling the Murano CrossCabriolet in Canada.

Ian Forsyth, Nissan Canada director of corporate planning and business strategy stated, “”We will continue to assess the opportunity and success in the U.S. market to see if there is evidence to support a change in our position.”

Maybe the Canadians know that it’s going to be a flop?

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