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Love my Murano!

Mel Fox, 05/21/2020
2020 Nissan Murano SL 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl CVT)
127 of 127 people found this review helpful

Smooth ride and is a beast in the New England snow! I have had this car for 3 years with no problems! I have the SL with soft leather, heated seats, panoramic moon roof, Navi with a nice big screen, Bose speakers and 360 camera. Amazing and good size for a mid size SUV! Fully loaded at a great price!

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One of the last comfy cruisers on the market

Toradora, 05/24/2021
2020 Nissan Murano SL 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl CVT)
39 of 39 people found this review helpful

Going to go in order of strengths, top to bottom: The seats are sublime, and some of the best across cars, period. Better bolstering than my turned-in non-sport-seat Alfa Romeo Giulia, and are as plush and comfy as a la-z-boy. Very strong lower-lumbar support and adjustment, but I do wish it had adjustable upper-lumbar as well. The magic seat design/foam carries to the rear as well, which are heated even at the SL level. Cupholders are in the rear seat pull-down, not up front attached to the console, sadly. Suspension tuning is FANTASTIC, although you'll feel the road imperfections a bit with the 20s. They barely enter your consciousness if you have the 18in wheels. Other than some mild engine roughness in certain acceleration scenarios, the noise/vibration/harshness of this thing is, I think, the best in this segment, even across luxury marques. It has more than adequate power, and frankly the CVT is better un-rushed. When you try to really get on it, it will "fake shift," and it just never feels quite right. If you drive it in a safe and prudent fashion it's smooth, uninterrupted power all the way to where you want it. I haven't had any visibility issues, however I'm 5'11. The BOSE system is not the best in clarity, but it will reproduce faithfully when cranked, and I couldn't get it to distort at higher levels. Looks are take-it-or-leave-it, but I like the sci-fi organic aesthetic. Paint quality seems decent, but it's early days. Lighting is above-average, and the auto-highbeam works well. The SL trimline is a huge value. Summary: if you need something to just absolutely eat miles, esp. on longer jaunts, you want this car. There hasn't been a long 5+ hour trip that's fatigued me yet, and I'm not a young guy.

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5 out of 5 stars

Excellent SUV.

Charles, 08/11/2020
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2020 Nissan Murano SL 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl CVT)
61 of 62 people found this review helpful

Very pleased with the styling and looks. Rear view side mirrors offer good rear and side visibility. Electronic package intuitive and easy to use. Good acceleration in traffic. Good safety features with lane detections and warning as well as automatic deaccelerations in auto mode. It is a relatively large vehicle that requires paying attention to maneuvering with the curvature of the roads although like the handling features. This is luxury SUV well worth the pricing.

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Solid Choice

Murano Fan Club, 02/13/2020
2020 Nissan Murano Platinum 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl CVT)
80 of 82 people found this review helpful

We're very happy to be leasing the 2020 Nissan Murano Platinum. There is little difference in monthly leasing costs across the Murano range, from S to SL to SV to Platinum, even though the "out the door" prices to purchase them differ greatly. We ended up with a Platinum Murano full of attractive features for about $30/month more than the stripped down SL or SV that was thought to be our "low cost" alternative. Key features for us: large cargo area, comfortable ride, convenient electronics, easy to master safety features (sonar, cameras, lane and speed controls); we're not looking for towing capacity, great acceleration or "sports car handling" in our SUV. For us, the new Murano is a significant upgrade over our previous leased vehicle (Infiniti QX50) for slightly less money per month.

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5 out of 5 stars

Good purchase

Jim Fusco, 12/30/2019
2020 Nissan Murano Platinum 4dr SUV (3.5L 6cyl CVT)
97 of 100 people found this review helpful

Good ride and handling. Plenty of power from six cylinder. Interior first class. Would buy it again.

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