At a Glance
|Pricing||$26,330 - $35,910|
|Drive Types||FWD, AWD|
|Fuel Economy||18 (city), 23 (highway)|
As a stylish crossover SUV, the Murano has no peer. A powerful 265-bhp 3.5L V-6, combined with an XTronic(R) CVT (continuously variable transmission) guarantee sprightly acceleration. Since the Murano lacks a transfer case, it is not suited for serious off-road travel. The 5-passenger Murano is available in FWD and AWD variants.
At first glance, the all-new Murano appears little different from the current model. Riding on a new platform the Murano is virtually identical to its predecessor in size. Major changes include a more powerful V6, sleeker front-end styling and a much more luxurious interior.
The original Nissan Murano, launched in 2003 as a 2004 model, set new standards for style and sportiness in the expanding mid-size crossover sport-utility vehicle marketplace, becoming, in essence, a "class of one." The all-new, second generation 2009 Murano elevates that unique position through a "super evolution" of the original design - with a new exterior, interior and enhanced technology. Murano's new premium driving feel results from a combination of a new advanced platform, continued refinement...Read.
|Murano S||3.5l V6 (265-bhp)||CVT||FWD||18/23/20||$26,330|
|Murano S||3.5l V6 (265-bhp)||CVT||AWD||18/23/20||$27,930|
|Murano SL||3.5l V6 (265-bhp)||CVT||FWD||18/23/20||$27,880|
|Murano SL||3.5l V6 (265-bhp)||CVT||AWD||18/23/20||$29,480|
|Murano LE||3.5l V6 (265-bhp)||CVT||AWD||18/23/20||$35,910|