With its combination of style, performance, space and most importantly comfort, the Murano knows how to stand out.
The 2015 Nissan Murano impresses
Completely redesigned this year, the Nissan Murano has only been on the market for a few months but its popularity continues to grow. With its combination of style, performance, space and most importantly comfort, the Murano knows how to stand out.
The comfort is due to the advanced soundproofing and the wonderful ZERO GRAVITY seats already seen on other models like the Altima and Maxima. Even after several hours, these seats remain at the top of the line in terms of comfort and support.
We've already published a more comprehensive review of the 2015 Nissan Murano which you can read here.
Here's what the trade press had to say about the 2015 Nissan Murano!
I have yet to address the redesigned silhouette of the new Murano. Personally, I didn't like the styling of the two previous models, as unique as they were. The new one is much better in my opinion with a design that is not only distinctive, but truly beautiful. Again, this is all just a matter of opinion. From a tangible standpoint though, you still get a kick out of driving a 2015 Murano.
Nissan had a record-breaking year last year, surpassing the 100,000 mark for the first time in Canada. A slew of new models unveiled last year, such as the Rogue and Micra, were a big part of that success, as was the ability of dealers to keep up with demand. This year, Nissan will be counting on a new Murano and a redesigned Maxima to keep the momentum going. The Japanese automaker is off to a great start, but these models still have less volume than those unveiled last year. Anyway, to be continued.
As for the Murano, its purpose has become clearer with the arrival of this latest generation. It's a vehicle that will appeal to those who want comfort above all else, with a truly impressive silhouette and plenty of equipment. It found its way - Autogo.ca
Nissan didn't just design the Murano to make the most efficient use of its interior space; instead, the SUV's cabin pampers its occupants (of which there will ideally be four). No matter where you look, all you see is high quality leather, brushed aluminum and silver woodgrain accents.
The dashboard styling is fluid, the seats are as well-cushioned as a sofa and heated/ventilated (at least on my Platinum tester); a large glass roof brings in plenty of light and there's plenty of cargo space for you and your guests. Apart from the Nissan badge in the middle of the steering wheel, it's easy to imagine yourself behind the wheel of a vehicle from a more luxurious brand... Like Infiniti, for example - Auto Guide
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