Nissan Murano with various problems - what should I do?

I unfortunately bought a Nissan Murano 2009 model done 100K. Many problems have started to develop in just one month.

1) knocking sound when driving above 40-50 mph which do not have any pattern to it. feels under the feet under drivers compartment and when foot is on accelerator paddle. been to a garage and main dealer and they can't find the source!

2) very poor acceleration. have tested 0-60mph. doing in 14-15 sec. it should do 0-60 in 8 seconds.

3) now the steering wheel started making whining noise when turned.

4) Been to a garage to get spark plugs changed and CVT fluid flushed. Garage reports the bolts are badly corroded and risks breaking them which could cost me alot. and CVT tank cap is also corroded and so tight that they risk it breaking while try to drain it.

Any solutions to these problems ?

Asked on 21 October 2015 by drsaurabhg

Answered by Honest John
Clean it up as best you can, polishing the body and glass and vacuuming the interior, then put the thing in an auction and get rid of it. Take the loss because it is likely to be a lot less than the cost of trying to fix it.
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