The New Nissan Murano

When it comes to International standard awards and accolades, the 2020 Nissan Murano has a showcase full of awards. The Murano started winning awards in 2015.  The new generation model was introduced in 2015. The mid-sized SUV is synonymous with perfection because of its reliability and durability.  To learn more about the 2020 Nissan Murano read below.


The Murano has what it takes to accommodate a large family without a problem.  However, when it comes to size the Murano ranks in the middle of its class. Compared to its competition, the interior of the Murano has 108 cu.ft, while the Ford Edge offers 113cu.ft. and the Grand Cherokee offers 105 cu.ft.  The Murano’s cargo hold is 32 cu.ft., which seems plenty big, but a little bit small compared to the rivals that can claim up to 39 cu.ft.

Affordable Package

The Murano provides drivers with a great ride at a low price. It has a starting MSRP of  $29,740.  Some of the standard amenities include:

  • Anti-fatigue seats in both rows
  • Color Advanced Drive –Assist Display
  • Dual-zone HVAC, push button start
  • Rear view camera
  • Mobile apps
  • Hands-free texting
  • Reclining rear seats
  • Cargo tie-downs
  • Split-fold rear seats

Value Package

Considering car consumers desire of luxurious style of driving, the Murano adds more and more amenities as the consumers take a step further up on the price ladder.

At $32,800, the SV trim  is the Murano’s best value package choice.  The SV features include:

  • Front power chair
  • Navigation
  • HD radio
  • Remote starter
  • Heated front seats

Premium Packages

The two top trims offer leather seats in multiple color options ( i.e. cashmere, graphite, and mocha).  The SL, which goes at a retail price of $37,130 MSRP, adds these unique features for the customers, adjustable ambient lighting, the AroundView monitor, and an 11-speaker Bose system.

The Platinum, priced at $39,180, is embedded with a ventilated front seats, rear heated seats, power-adjusting and heated steering wheel.  These higher-priced editions come with the Nissan’s exclusive safety features but at an additional price of $2,260.

You are provided with the golden opportunity of adding a fully loaded Murano to your family at a low cost of $43,730.  This is a much better deal than a fully loaded Grand Cherokee, which is its number one competition.

Performance vs. Fuel Economy.

Considering the pros and cons of the car, we take a look at the performance and fuel efficiency.  The 2020 Nissan Murano V-6 generates a whopping 260 horsepower and can tow 1500 lbs.

The Murano’s fuel economy is 28 mpg  on the highway  and 20 mpg in the city.  The Murano hybrid boosts fuel economy to 31 mpg highway and 28 mpg city while the net horsepower is 249.  The combination comes in two editions priced at $40,000 and $42,000

Crash Safety And Prevention

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave four stars out of five for the Murano; however,  the vehicle does come with Top Safety Pick Plus designation from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.  The Murano  special security amenities include four cameras and the around view monitor that can detect and give a warning if any animal or person walks into the SUV’s path.

The Murano has won many awards because of a single unique safety feature.  The Murano has the ability to see several car lengths ahead to avoid collision.  To reduce stopping minutes, automatic brake was added.

If you are searching for the next out of this world, unimaginable, above value style car then look no further.  The 2020 Nissan Murano is the pinnacle of all of that.  All you have to do is visit your local Nissan dealer to purchase your 2020 Nissan Murano.


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