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perfect for my needs
by new bmw fan from Michigan | July 27, 2012
I was looking to buy my first luxury car and sell my beloved murano. I play hockey and I wanted the extra space for gear, but was tired of driving a crossover. Station wagons just seemed too maternal. A friend pointed me in this direction and I couldn't be more thrilled. Seems to have as much space as the crossover, especially when you put the rear seats down, but drives like a sports sedan. The V8 flies in sport mode. Cant get the bluetooth to play pandora from my BlackBerry, but small sacrifice. Great car.