Murano ragtop made execs uneasy, at first

PHOTO: LINDSAY CHAPPELL
Nissan unveiled a convertible version of its Murano crossover, the CrossCabriolet, in Los Angeles. Executives admit the idea of a convertible crossover made them uneasy at first. But the final two-door design proved to be sporty with a rear end reminiscent of a 370Z.

The model will reach U.S. dealers in Q2, with a suggested retail price of $46,390, excluding dealer destination.

You can reach Lindsay Chappell at lchappell@crain.com

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