2015 Nissan Murano
37,827 Miles | Margate, FL
$18,698
Est $270/mo

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2017 Nissan Murano
42,458 Miles | Margate, FL
$16,798
Est $242/mo

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2016 Nissan Murano
51,073 Miles | Miami, FL
$16,499
Est $238/mo

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2017 Nissan Murano
47,672 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$16,998
Est $245/mo

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2017 Nissan Murano
41,004 Miles | Miami, FL
$16,199
Est $233/mo

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2014 Nissan Murano
74,212 Miles | Huntsville, AL
$14,599
Est $210/mo

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2015 Nissan Murano
35,904 Miles | Columbia, SC
$19,998
Est $288/mo

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2018 Nissan Murano
6,260 Miles | Pineville, NC
$24,998
Est $360/mo

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2015 Nissan Murano
52,283 Miles | Charlotte, NC
$21,998
Est $317/mo

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2012 Nissan Murano
90,289 Miles | Doral, FL
$9,298
Est $134/mo

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2015 Nissan Murano
31,289 Miles | Pineville, NC
$21,998
Est $317/mo

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2013 Nissan Murano
88,178 Miles | Augusta, GA
$13,599
Est $196/mo

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2016 Nissan Murano
27,378 Miles | Columbia, SC
$20,998
Est $303/mo

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2015 Nissan Murano
34,487 Miles | Franklin, TN
$22,998
Est $331/mo

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2016 Nissan Murano
29,245 Miles | Doral, FL
$17,498
Est $252/mo

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2017 Nissan Murano
23,803 Miles | Doral, FL
$23,998
Est $346/mo

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2018 Nissan Murano
22,623 Miles | Nashville, TN
$23,998
Est $346/mo

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2016 Nissan Murano
36,216 Miles | Madison, TN
$19,998
Est $288/mo

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2014 Nissan Murano
56,289 Miles | West Park, FL
$12,298
Est $177/mo

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2016 Nissan Murano
33,049 Miles | Hoover, AL
$19,998
Est $288/mo

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Nissan Murano Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.1
66 Reviews
Overall
4.1
Value
3.9
Performance
4.1
Style
4.4
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
3.4
Reliability
3.9

Nissan Murano Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2010 Nissan Murano - The perfect car for families and road trips

Nick
Bakersfield, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
The Nissan Murano is by far the best vehicle I've owned. I've taken the car on road trips down the coast and through the mountains and it drove flawlessly. Even on the roughest parts of the road it was a smooth ride and quiet inside. The stock sound system isn't bad either. For not having big subwoofers and all the other components, the sound is amazing and the bass will bump. One of the downsides about the sound system is the screen used to control the audio and air conditioning is not used for anything else. By this I mean it doesn't have navigation, blue tooth, color, or any other features you would find in a car similar. The gas mileage on the Murano isn't half bad either. On the highway I average somewhere in the upper 20's and in town I average in the lower 20's.
Story
After I bought my car I wanted to see how the All Wheel Drive handled in the mountains and snow. I'm a snowboarder and if I don't have a reliable car to get me there, well it would be pointless. So I drove up to the snow capped mountains of California with a couple friends half expecting the car to not handle that well. As soon as I hit snow, I enabled the all wheel drive and was taken back. I... (more)
Pros
The positive aspects of the car include the sound system, the gas mileage, and how comfortable everyone can sit.
Cons
There are a couple negative aspects as well and these include the lack of a navigational system, some of the plastic pieces inside continuously break and fall apart, and the air conditioning seems to leak quite a bit.

2005 Nissan Murano - Has been a great car

DC
Jacksonville, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I purchased the vehicle used from a local used/new car dealer. The overall appearance was the initial thing that attracted me to the vehicle, however, after driving it I also appreciated the performance and handling characteristics. I delved a little deeper and discovered that it has a 3500lb towing capacity, pretty much unheard of for smallish crossover SUVs. (I can tow a small boat, U-Haul trailer, etc., no problem!) Power everything, heated leather seats and an awesome factory sound system with subwoofers in the back. I've had the car over 10 years and 110k miles with no major issues whatsoever, only your typical wear and tear items like brakes/tires/belts/etc. Overall, this vehicle has been great, especially compared to the domestic sedan it replaced which had required a transmis... (more)
Story
Love driving it on the beach. Even though it's fwd, the tires are big and it has decent ground clearance. I've never been stuck or even close to it, just slow and steady and it keeps on going. Tie the surfboards on the roof racks, cooler in the back and off we go!
Pros
Appearance Performance/handling Towing capacity (3500lbs) Stereo
Cons
Price Gas mileage (not awful, not great)

2009 Nissan Murano - This 2009 Nissan Murano has been a reliable vehicle with a consistently smooth ride.

Whitney
Nashville, Tennessee
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I appreciate that despite the vehicle's age, the 2009 Nissan Murano has stood the test of time and distance. I have driven over 150,000 miles on the vehicle, but it still drives smoothly with no serious shakes. The look and usability of the technology in the car (including the air conditioning and heating system, the radio and navigation screen, and the display above the steering wheel) though old are comparable to those that appear in newer cars. One dislike I have is though the leather seats and cloth flooring (with proper care) have remained nice, the silver trim around certain areas of the car (like the cup holders) has pulled up like plastic, making parts of the interior look very worn. Overall, I have adored driving the Murano and plan on purchasing a new version when the time ar... (more)
Story
I travel with my three cats consistently, and they have been great traveling companions because of the smooth ride in the Murano. If I leave the carriers open, the cats will roam the vehicle and call out to other vehicles. The other drivers always find this both surprising and adorable.
Pros
One of the major pros of the 2009 Nissan Murano for me has been the consistently smooth ride. Though I have driven over 150,000 miles, many of it over Southern US backroads, the Murano still does not drive with any serious shakes.
Cons
My top con regarding the 2009 Nissan Murano is the fact that the gas mileage has increased significantly over the years. However, I know this is a problem that all cars experience as they get older. Another negative aspect, though quite small, is the plastic silver trim over certain parts of the interior, like the cup holders, has peeled up. This makes the interior in general look very used and worn.

Nissan Murano Generations

The Murano is a midsize crossover SUV that slots between the compact Rogue and the three-row Pathfinder in Nissan's crossover lineup. It's a five-seat, four-door model with a slightly upscale flavor to it; its tenure has been notable for the expressive and sometimes experimental design cues on the exterior. The Murano was one of the original entrants in this fast-growing segment; other models include the Ford Edge, Hyundai Santa Fe, Honda Passport, Chevy Blazer and Toyota Venza.

2015 - Present (Third Generation)

The third generation of Murano debuted for the 2015 model year, and it continued to use the Nissan D platform. The 3.5-liter V6 carried over from the previous generation and put out 260 horsepower. It was paired with a CVT; front-wheel-drive was standard and all-wheel-drive was an option.

The wheelbase also remained the same as the previous generation at about 111 inches. The Murano for this generation won the Ward's 10 Best Interiors award in 2015.

Trim levels include the base S, SV, SL and Platinum. The S included an option for AWD and navigation, but standard features included 18-inch wheels, keyless entry, LED lights and a backup camera. The SV trim adds a navigation package, fog lights and roof rails. An optional premium package adds a glass moonroof and 11-speaker Bose audio system. The SL adds luxury features like leather and heated seats, a Bose audio system, power liftgate and blind-spot monitoring. The Platinum trim adds 20-inch wheels, LED headlights, climate controlled seats on the front and rear, plus power fold rear seats.

For the 2016 model year only, Nissan offered a Murano Hybrid. This version was available in the SL and Platinum trim. It included an electric motor with a 2.5-liter supercharged four-cylinder engine and a CVT automatic gearbox. Front-wheel-drive was standard and all-wheel-drive was an extra $1,600.

The hybrid elements did not reduce interior space for either passengers or cargo. The Murano Hybrid included a Vehicle Sound for Pedestrians system that made noise to alert pedestrians in the way of the vehicle while it was being driven at low speeds in the electric mode.

2009 - 2014 (Second Generation)

The 2008 model year was skipped for the Murano before the second-generation debuted for the 2009 model year. Both the exterior and interior were restyled for this generation. The new Murano was built on the Nissan D platform, which was shared with the Altima, Maxima and Pathfinder.

Three trim levels were offered to start, including the base S trim, the SL and then the LE as the top trim. The previous performance trim of SE was discontinued for this generation. The S and SL trims came with a standard FWD layout with an optional intelligent four-wheel drive. The LE trim came standard only with the intelligent AWD system.

All models came with a 3.5-liter V6 with between 260 and 265 horsepower; it was paired with a CVT. Fuel economy for this generation was rated at 18 in the city and 23 on the highway.

Other new standard and optional features on the Murano included wipers with rain sensors, power fold rear seats, power liftgate, touchscreen navigation and leather seats. The S and SL trims had aluminum accents in the interior while the LE trim had wood accents.

All trims offered standard safety features such as disc brakes on all wheels, ABS, electronic stability control and front and side airbags. This time the NHTSA gave the Murano four stars on the front crash test and five stars for side crashes, which was a downgrade from the previous generation.

The 2011 Murano got a facelift with restyled front and rear exteriors, new headlights and 18-inch wheels. Interior design included additional equipment, new plastic to match the leather and white meters instead of red or orange.

A new exterior color was added in "Graphite Blue" and the LE trim was renamed to the Platinum trim for the 2013 model year.

Another debut for the Murano in this generation was the CrossCabriolet, an unusual two-door convertible crossover. It used a power-folding cloth top with dual pop-up roll bars and came in LE trim only; the engine and transmission were the same as the standard Murano. The vehicle was discontinued the next year.

2003 - 2007 (First Generation)

The Murano was Nissan's first crossover for the North American market and it was designed in California. It used a Nissan platform that it shared with the Altima, Maxima, Quest and others. Its unique (some would say oddball) styling set it apart from the rest of the blocky SUVs of the era).

The first generation of Murano remained Nissan's only crossover in the U.S. until the debut of the Rogue for the 2008 model year.

The Murano slotted between the larger Pathfinder and the smaller Xterra during this generation.

The only available engine in this generation was a 3.5-liter V6 that put out 245 horsepower. It was combined with a CVT transmission (one of the largest vehicles at the time to use this type of gearbox) and offered standard front-wheel drive and optional AWD. The fuel economy was 18 mpg in the city and 23 on the highway and both FWD and AWD versions were rated the same.

Safety features offered in the Murano included airbags, steel reinforced cabin, ABS, electronic stability control and head restraints. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the Murano five stars in all categories except the rollover category in which it received four stars.

The 2006 model year saw some updates with LED lights, optional backup camera, GPS and a redesigned front end.

This generation won AutoPacific's award for the Motorist Choice best premium mid-size SUV in 2007.

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