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2015 Nissan Murano: Treats Rear Passengers Well

April 10, 2015

2015 Nissan Murano

One of the added features you get with the Platinum version of the 2015 Nissan Murano is a pair of two-level seat heaters. Not bad for a non-luxury crossover.

But as you can see, that's not all. Rear passengers also get their own vents and a USB outlet for charging phones and the tablets.

At first glance, features like rear vents and an auxiliary USB port seem like they should be in an SUV in this price range. I would agree, but you would be surprised how many SUVs and trucks don't have dedicated rear vents.

Extra USB ports are starting to pop up on newly redesigned cars and trucks; they're just not always accessible to rear seat passengers. Putting one on the back of the console is a small nod to the needs of the kids in back.

The seat heaters are just icing on the cake. And considering that the outboard positions of the Murano also have the same "zero gravity" (read: very comfortable) design as the front seats, the rear passengers are most certainly treated well in this Murano.

Ed Hellwig, Executive Editor @ 4,021 miles


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