LA 2010: Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet

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As Facebook is working on slowly taking over the internet, it's also become the venue of choice for many automakers to debut new vehicles. Nissan has just unveiled the 2011 Murano CrossCabriolet on its Facebook page, and thankfully, it's not a disaster. The transition to two-door form was done well, and critics are pleased to see that there's no VW Golf Carbrio-style basket handle. This has been Nissan's year with the strange cars. First the Juke, now this.

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The photo was unveiled with a caption by Nissan, stating that the droptop Murano ?delivers the open-air exhilaration of a convertible while extending the versatility of the Murano in exciting new ways.? We guess that means that it's pretty roomy, but we're still waiting to see it in greater detail when it hits the showroom at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

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