One of the oddest inventions from Nissan, the CrossCabriolet starts off as a Murano SUV, but then gets its roof removed. The result is a convertible with a high seating position, a unique, but not pretty, concoction.
Where the Murano CrossCabriolet claims a unique character is its open top and high riding position. It is an interesting way to look out at the world. The rear seat is spacious for a four-seat convertible.
The Murano's standard all-wheel drive is biased toward the front wheels, as the Murano is a front-wheel-drive platform. But the system has a differential lock button, useful for particularly slippery road surfaces.