Hot convertibles for spring
Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet
This Nissan — a drop-top version of the Murano — is one of the most unusual convertibles in a long time (Well, the Chevrolet SSR convertible pickup truck from 2003-2006 might still top that). Actually, the Murano CrossCabriolet looks a lot better than it sounds. It has sporty, if somewhat chunky, styling.
It's not a bare-bones dune buggy, either. Features like double-stitched leather seats, standard all-wheel-drive, and many other high-end appointments make this softtop SUV a strange ride to remember.