Earlier this week I was going to but a new Nissan Murano SV because it was presented as having auto backup hazzard braking. The rpice was $27K out the door. That seemed like a really good deal considering it had that as well as other safety features.
For some reason the morning I was going to go buy it, I looked on Nissan's site to verify exactly what it came with. Turns out it did not come wit rear hazard braking. To actually get that required getting the top model and an option package. That drove the price $8-10K higher.The salesmen at the Nissan dealer had out and out lied to me that it was included.
I really wanted the auto reverse braking so I searched other brands that have that feature. It's the same for all of them as far as I can tell. You have to get the top trim package as well as an option package, driving the price way up.
The advertising for safety features for most/all manufacturers and dealers is a bit misleading, in that it's hard to tell exactly what is and isn't included in the safety packages.
So anyway, I'm back to my original choice before I became aware these was such a thing as hazard braking, a CR-V EX.I know it doesn't have hazard braking but Honda Sensing seems feature rich otherwise.I'm ready to buy one, but I want to verify what is and isn't included with Honda Sensing for the EX model. I don't trust the salespersons to give me an honest answer, so I thought I'd ask you guys.