The crossover sport utility vehicle is defined by its unique styling that sets it apart from its more boxy-shaped competition.
The crossover boasts a satisfying driving dynamics and it promises a hybrid powertrain in the future.
The Murano has tons of driving assistance systems and safety features.
There is a lot of space for cargo when rear seats of the auto are folded down.
There is plenty of legroom for the vehicle's occupants.
Only one engine configuration across the range.
CVT system was sluggish in its zero to 62 mph sprint.
The leather found even in the Platinum trim does not have the same luxurious quality compared to the range-topping rivals of the Murano.
The fact that there were no major overhauls from the 2017 to the 2018 models of the
Nissan Murano might be disappointing for some.
It is worth noting that the pricing starting from the SV to Platinum trims has around $8,000 difference. So, we recommend selecting either the SV or SL and just add the optional features that you really need there without going for the very expensive Platinum model to get the best experience out of the Murano.