I just saw the 2003 Murano today..That is a really beautiful vehicle in real life... DAMN!
Unless you have small (and I mean small!) children the 3rd row seating isn't really practical. My 7 year old son fits nicely, but my 11 year old and his buds are a tight fit. By the time I get it paid off none of them will be able to fit back there. Mostly, it's a lack of leg/foot room issue.SuperKal said:Hang on people. I have my 03 X coming in January and now you guys are giving me second thoughts. Then I realised the BIG shortcoming of the Murano. NO third row seating. Ha, long live the X.
Since there are no NAV in Canada. If I want a NAV I will buy a aftermarket one. Talk about NAV, can a NAV replace the trip computer (factory NAV system)????SuperKal said:Mike, the price of 50,700 for the X here in Canada does not include the Nav system. It would add another 2400 (approx) if you went with the Nav.
..........why Acura and Honda is not offering the Navigation System as an option in Canada for the 2003 model MDX and the 2003 model Accord. I say this because I ordered and received the 2003 Accord Navigation System Manual and at the very end where it gives the "coverage areas", on page 121 it gives FULL DETAILED COVERAGE FOR CANADA - all major metro areas (that NAVTECH has mapped) are included in the following regions (ALBERTA , BRITISH COLUMBIA, ONTARIO and QUEBEC). In addition to this they indicate that all major highways (intertown coverage) and major roads are covered (In the manual's own words: The Cross-Canada Connector Road allows for travel between the provinces of British Columbia and Quebec in DCA 11. Major metropolitan city points of interest are also included.)........and much more (too much to type here)2002 Acura MDX! said:
Since there are no NAV in Canada. If I want a NAV I will buy a aftermarket one. Talk about NAV, can a NAV replace the trip computer (factory NAV system)????