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A Good Mix Of Sport And Utility But Not On A Budget.
Is the perfect vehicle for a couple or small family, handled all of my in laws luggage for an airport run. No real blind spots, comfy seating, had enough room for a full patio box. Hatch was easy to o... Read More
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A used 2011 Nissan Murano LE has an average retail price of $27,324 and 28,900 miles.
Overview of 2011 Nissan Murano LE By Michael Perkins
The 2011 Nissan Murano LE trim just surges with power – not from its 3.5-liter V6 engine/CVT (continuously variable transmission) combo, but from a power package crammed full of features like windows, mirrors, doors, a power sunroof, liftgate, power tilt and telescoping steering wheel and power-return seatbacks. Front bucket seats get 8- and 4-way power for the driver and passenger, and a memory system governs the driver’s seat, mirrors and steering wheel, which also comes with audio controls for the Bose stereo. Front seats are heated as well as the split-folding rear, and all come wrapped in leather, along with the steering wheel. Automatic headlights are bi-xenon here and matched by foglights in the front fascia. Alloy wheels increase to 20 inches here, as opposed to the 18-inch units on the lower trims. The Bose stereo is satellite-ready and comes with Bluetooth and a hard drive for all your favorite music. You’ll also get a rear-view camera, garage door opener and remote-keyless entry, access and start. Safety features include traction and stability control, six standard airbags, front-seat active head restraints and 4-wheel antilock discs with assist.
This overview covers the LE trim only.
Please see our 2011 Nissan Murano Overview for more information.
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