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Nissan's midsized SUV uses a punchy, refined 3.5-liter six-cylinder paired with a continuously variable transmission. 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-inch. Optional safety features include blind-spot and cross-traffic warnings. An available 8-inch color display houses the NissanConnect infotainment system. For 2018, forward-collision warning with automatic emergency braking is standard.

Road Test

The striking, third-generation Nissan Murano serves up a decidedly premium interior feel. While the curvy, swoopy concept-car like styling impedes outward visibility, the Murano is otherwise easy to live with. Interior accommodations are generous, wi...

Highs

  • Concept-car like styling
  • Plush cabin

Lows

  • Limited outward visibility to rear and sides
  • Overly light and vague steering robs driver confidence on twisty roads

Best Version to Get

The SL trim line is the sweet spot. Its Around View camera, blind-spot monitoring, and cross-traffic alert help mitigate the restricted view out. Add the Technology package to get a moonroof and adaptive cruise control. Although the Platinum brings some nice additional luxury features, its 20-in...

Specifications

Seating
2 front, 3 rear
Drive Wheels
AWD , Front
Warranty
  • Basic: 3 year/36,000 miles
  • Powertrain: 5 year/60,000 miles
  • Rust through: 5 year/unlimited
  • Roadside aid: 5 year/unlimited
Body Styles
4-door SUV
Transmissions Available
  • CVT
Engines Available
  • 3.5-liter V6 (260 hp)

Ratings

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Performance
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