Last edited by camaro_freak; 07-09-2010 at 12:36 AM.
I think Nissan should even consider doing something similar to the front end of the Rogue as the current front end is rather bland and sort of cheap looking.
thank you and I agree 100% - I'd like to see a similar face across all the CUV/SUVs
Looks much better with the Quest's front end. Nice job!
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Nice, I particularity didn't like the Murano's shark teeth grille. Your one looks much better.
Even though I love the front end of the current Murano (to me it looks futuristically aggressive and sleek, like a Cylon fighter) I like your chop.
thanks all - we'll see what happens -
maybe this "look" is the new face of Nissan CUVs/SUVs? haha
I would call that an MCE that makes the vehicle look worse. The original Murano was attractive. The chrome stripe above the Nissan symbol somehow reminds me of headgear.
Are you looking at my headgear?
Last edited by Hitman1970; 07-09-2010 at 10:08 PM.
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I wonder what it would look like if that thicker chrome piece was at the bottom of the grill and the horizontal bars went up to the hood level with a little chrome at the top? You'd have to move the logo up a bit to center it in that case. Might be interesting, I think.
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I love futuristic looking designs like the current one, so this gets a nah for me. Plus the hexagon grill apes Hyundai's current styling direction.
But nissan would be wise to offer a different grill & kit special editions every year or so to keep it fresh. Similar to the endless variants sold in Japan of the Toyota Bb, Honda Step-wagon & Freed, Suzuki Swift, etc.
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