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, with easy access and mostly simple-to-use controls, including a well-designed touch-screen infotainment system. The plush cabin is impressively finished and quiet.
Nissan Murano Road Test

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The SL trim line is the sweet spot. Its Around View camera, blind spot warning, and cross traffic warning 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-inch...
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