The Nissan Murano is a sleek crossover SUV that is perfect for families or anyone who wants a little more interior room. As a Nissan, the Murano features the brand’s Zero Gravity seats in both the front and rear, giving you ergonomic comfort that prevents fatigue and back pain even on long drives. Another feature that you will not find on most competitors is the available rear USB connection port that comes complete with a smartphone interface, ensuring that everyone stays entertained on family road trips.
The interior of the Murano is also highly versatile, giving you up to 69.9 cubic feet of space for all of your cargo needs by folding down the rear 60/40 seats. This is accomplished by simply pulling a lever and watching the seats go up or down. This opens up more interior space for larger objects that will not fit in the typical cargo compartment. Driving this vehicle should also give you plenty of confidence for staying safe since offers advanced safety included the class-exclusive Predictive Forward Collision Warning system.
Nissan certainly can’t be accused of “standing pat” when it comes to updates on the Murano for the 2018 model year. The factory made a flurry of enhancements to the crossover exactly where you’d want to find them: inside the vehicle.
Standard features now include an eight-inch touchscreen with navigation system, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and satellite radio. In addition, advanced safety technology like automatic emergency braking and forward collision warning system are now no longer options – they’re standard across all 2018 Murano models. Trim levels for this year include S, SV, SL, Midnight Edition, and Platinum.
Drivers first got to enjoy the Nissan Murano as a 2003 model, which used a 245-horsepower 3.5-liter V6, a CVT, and front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. It also offered satellite radio and navigation. All models were prepped for satellite radio the following year and a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat was added.
The 2005 Murano received a rollover sensor for airbags. The exterior was updated for 2007, which is also when the Murano got a new 7-inch LCD interior display and a tire pressure monitoring system. The 2009 Nissan Murano was all new and closer to the current model year.
If you are looking for a family vehicle that is safe, has room to spare, and is a pleasure to drive, the Murano should be considered. The Nissan Murano remains popular because of its high safety ratings, advanced safety features, and comfortable ride. Take a test drive and you will quickly see that this crossover was designed with the driver in mind.
For a large selection of quality new, used, and certified pre-owned models, come out to Lee Nissan of Ft. Walton Beach, Florida. Our trained professionals can help guide you through the different models, trims, and their available features while answering all your questions. We are proud to offer competitive financing right here at the dealership to keep things simple and to ensure that your Murano stays dependable, pay a visit to our certified mechanics to set up a maintenance schedule. Call, or better yet, stop in for a test drive today!