We hear less and less on the 11 March earthquake and tsunami in Japan and the consequent disruption in the supply chain, but this does not mean that the problems have disappeared. Inside Line reports that the new Nissan Murano Cross Cabriolet is the latest vehicle damaged by natural disaster.
The earthquake in Japan, as well as the production of Murano convertible cross was started, and as a result of the car was only 40 to 50 vehicles sent to customers. This is bad news for every new vehicle from a new beginning, but it is especially dangerous for a convertible at the beginning of the summer season of purchase. With the production of convertible cross stalled, Nissan will probably not be able to do until fall or later, and convertible sales almost always coincides with the temperature.
The Murano convertible cross delay is bad news for a unique, ultra-niche vehicle that is a bit 'risk in terms of functionality and price. At least there are many models of Nissan, which start at $ 47,190, and there is a crossover coupe retracted.
Hopefully Nissan Murano cross production early departure of convertible before it's too late, even if just to play topless Nissan has a good chance of success.