I recently embarked on a trip to British Columbia, Canada from my home town of Edmonton, Alberta. I had prepared for this trip for three (3) months, factoring in all possibilities, spending money being one of my main concerns... As flight fares are currently to the roof, I decided to drive. My vehicle is a 2010 Nissan Murano, LE, with a milage of 15 k prior to the trip. I had recently taken it in for service and was all set to go. On my way back home, in a secluded part of British Columbia, between Revelstoke, BC and Golden BC, the traffic had slowed down to creeping speed of about 5-10/hrs when I suddenly heard a loud popping and almost deafening sound.
I looked around at first thinking that the sound had emerged from one of the many motorist behind or in front of me. Then shortly after the wind started coming into the vehicle..I got out of the vehicle and discovered that the front portion of the sunroof had exploded... If this is a factory defect, why isn't there a recall on these vehicles... Neither the Nissan dealer or customer service whom I had contacted within minutes after the incident had done anything to remedy my issue... Please help?