• cibersay avatar cibersay Posted: 1/21/2013 6:14pm PST

    The writer must have been drinking. I absolutely agree with "schoker". A quick atutorader search on all these models reveals the price of the models is actually right about average.. Where the hell did you find an average of $30K for a 2005 Honda Odyssey? You sir are a joke. 2003 Murano, $20k below other 2003 Muranos? Is that an american dollar or chinese currently :) Because average Murano with 110k miles is going for right around $10k-$11K. Give me a break, this article is completely useless.

  • fb_687443289 avatar Gregory Posted: 1/18/2013 12:31pm PST

    I'd be careful with the CVT in the murano. I know that Nissan has extended the warranty on the CVT to 120k, however, that's only 17k away...

  • shocker avatar shocker Posted: 1/21/2013 7:04am PST

    You really got my attention with the prices you use to compare these vehicles. You said the Tundra is half the average? In other words 2004 Tundra's average over $30,000, 2005 model Honda Odyssey's average over $30,000, and 2003 Murano's average price nearly $30,000? These are new car prices for these vehicles in my area. My local paper has 2013 Honda Odyssey LX adds for $28,000! Something is not right here. Don't be offended if I choose to not use your expertise in selecting my next used car purchase. None of the vehicles you select are good deals money wise. Most folks shopping must feel the same as you mention the dealers holding them have either reduced the price or have held them along time.