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    Never seen one of these. I've seen the big full-size Nissan van a few times though. Very big and square.



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    I realize this post is ancient (I'm new here, lots of backlog to read), but I own one.

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    I drove Chevy's rebadge City Express last week to move some furniture, and I think Nissan did a decent job with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickels View Post
    I realize this post is ancient (I'm new here, lots of backlog to read), but I own one.
    We've got a few now. 1 2015 and 5 or 6 2017's. So far they're holding up good. I picked up a brand new one from the dealer yesterday from out of town. There with a hard crosswind on the highway, I don't remember the last time I had to drive with both hands on the wheel

    Edit: The more I look at these vans the less I'm impressed with Mexico. I'm getting this brand new one ready to go and noticed some lazy workmanship. There are wiring harnesses going to the airbag module that aren't properly secured cause the clips for the harness weren't put in the holes(if that makes any sense). One bolt that attaches one sliding door to the roller is missing a washer so it isn't tight. This is just on one van. I've noticed a few other things missing clips and miss routed wires and cables that most people wouldn't see unless they tore the interior apart. I even had one that where the main power wire nut on the alternator was falling off.
    I haven't seen stuff like this on the Mirage before, at least not unless the dealer worked on it first.
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    I wouldn't buy a made in Mexico vehicle. We were orig. Looking at fits a while back but I seen they were made in Mexico so they were out immediately.

    Chevy makes their top selling half ton crew cabs in Mexico. Wonder how many ppl know that their Apple pie and baseball game truck is made south of the border lol



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