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Nissan Murano SUVs for sale near you

What Edmunds Says

The redesigned 2015 Nissan Murano should continue to be a well-rounded midsize crossover that combines impressive style and sophistication with an engaging driving experience.

Pros

More expressive styling than before; roomier and more advanced interior design.

Cons

Use of continuously variable transmission may not appeal to some.

Available Murano Models

S

  • 3.5L V6 engine 
  • Continuously variable transmission 
  • Side/Curtain Airbags 
  • Stability Control 
  • Traction Control 

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2015 Nissan Murano SUV

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What's New for 2015

The Nissan Murano is redesigned for 2015 with a bold new look, new technology and safety systems, and a projected increase in fuel economy.

Introduction

Nissan created some buzz last year when it showed its Resonance concept. A steep windshield rake, tapering roof line and ripped upper-body lines made the Resonance an auto show standout, but underneath its concept car exaggerations lay the skin of the 2015 Nissan Murano. Entering its third generation, the Murano shows a sharper and more wedgelike silhouette, punctuated by a variation of the "boomerang" headlights (available in LED) found in other recent Nissan products.

The Murano will use the same front-wheel-drive platform that underpins the Pathfinder SUV and Altima sedan. It grows a little longer and wider than the outgoing model, and sits closer to the ground. Despite the added size, Nissan has ruled out a third-row seat for the Murano, citing three-row availability in the Rogue and Pathfinder already.

The Murano's 3.5-liter V6 engine and continuously variable transmission (CVT) carry over, along with standard front-wheel drive or optional all-wheel drive. The 260-horsepower V6 returns 20 mpg combined in the outgoing model, but Nissan projects the new Murano will yield 20 percent better fuel economy thanks to less weight and improved powertrain efficiency.

The Murano will showcase Nissan's latest advanced tech and safety conveniences, including multiple cameras and radar sensors that enable blind-spot monitoring, forward collision alert and emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, rear cross-traffic alert and a 360-degree camera display to aid parking maneuvers. The Murano's interior continues a tech-oriented theme, with a 7.0-inch color display (8.0-inch touchscreen display optional) centered in a lower instrument panel and fatigue-reducing seats. A larger panoramic sunroof, leather upholstery, power-folding rear seats and an 11-speaker Bose audio system are among the Murano's premium options.

Sales of the 2015 Nissan Murano begin this fall. The Murano CrossCabriolet will not return for 2015. New style and improved power and fuel economy should make the Murano even better suited to contest against midsize crossovers like the Ford Edge and Toyota Venza. Check back for a full review of the 2015 Murano, including specs, driving impressions and buying advice as it becomes available.

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