The third-generation crossover continued that trend, putting more emphasis on styling and interior finish than on top-flight driving dynamics. This redesign of the Murano finds the model at once more luxurious, larger and further refined than those that came before it. The punchy, refined 3.5-liter six-cylinder carries over, paired with a CVT. The cabin is quiet and well-finished, and has an upscale feel to it. Handling is not very sporty, with overly light steering that reduces driver confidence. The ride is steady and absorbent on the standard 18-inch tires, but less so on the Platinum trim's 20-inchers. Available safety features include blind-spot and cross-traffic warnings, as well as forward collision warning with emergency automatic emergency braking. An optional 8-inch color display houses the NissanConnect infotainment system.