February 21, 2018

Nissan Murano – Driven

’s third generation launched for the 2015 model year bringing a new level of and comfort to the brand’s high-volume, two-row crossover segment. Much of that refinement is thanks to the parts sharing between the and the latest generation Ample passenger room, loads of cargo space, and the familiar 3.5-liter V-6 are all instantly recognizable in this

Nothing changes for 2016, including the Murano’s bold, futuristic styling and plush interior. Nissan gives its customers four trim choices to choose from – six if you count the two trim levels with the option. The base S, at $29,740, might rank at the bottom of the Murano list, but it still offers a ton of modern convenience features. Most folks will opt for the mid-range SV and SL trim packages – with the SL offering slightly more standard equipment and available options than the SV. And ranking one step below the Infiniti brand, the Murano Platinum offers all the fine fixin’s like heated and cooled leather seats, LED headlights, 20-inch wheels, and a panoramic moonroof – all for a starting price of $39,180.

I recently had the chance to sample a decked out in the Platinum trim and fitted with the optional AWD system. The long list of features and standard amenities was astounding, even making the I drove the week before seem almost basic.

So what’s it like to live with the Nissan Murano? Surprisingly pleasant. Find out why below.

Continue reading for the full review.


Nissan Murano – Driven

’s third generation launched for the 2015 model year bringing a new level of and comfort to the brand’s high-volume, two-row crossover segment. Much of that refinement is thanks to the parts sharing between the and the latest generation Ample passenger room, loads of cargo space, and the familiar 3.5-liter V-6 are all instantly recognizable in this

Nothing changes for 2016, including the Murano’s bold, futuristic styling and plush interior. Nissan gives its customers four trim choices to choose from – six if you count the two trim levels with the option. The base S, at $29,740, might rank at the bottom of the Murano list, but it still offers a ton of modern convenience features. Most folks will opt for the mid-range SV and SL trim packages – with the SL offering slightly more standard equipment and available options than the SV. And ranking one step below the Infiniti brand, the Murano Platinum offers all the fine fixin’s like heated and cooled leather seats, LED headlights, 20-inch wheels, and a panoramic moonroof – all for a starting price of $39,180.

I recently had the chance to sample a decked out in the Platinum trim and fitted with the optional AWD system. The long list of features and standard amenities was astounding, even making the I drove the week before seem almost basic.

So what’s it like to live with the Nissan Murano? Surprisingly pleasant. Find out why below.

Continue reading for the full review.


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Nissan Murano – Driven

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