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Weird and ugly, CrossCabriolet is still in high demand

In the four years since Nissan's unholy beast was scrapped, the vehicle has become a sought-after prize

Many drivers love Nissan's Murano CrossCabriolet with a passion ordinarily reserved for terrible sports teams and rescued pets.

New York 

THE taxonomy of the auto industry these days mostly breaks down to three branches: big, fast and green. A fourth class all but vanished in 2014: really weird vehicles.

That was the year Nissan scrapped its Murano CrossCabriolet, arguably the strangest car of the 21st

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