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Nissan Murano Model Overview

New Nissan Murano

2015 Nissan Murano Overview
New 2015 Nissan Murano For Sale
MSRP: $29,560 - $40,600
Invoice: $27,542 - $37,810
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Nissan Murano Questions

dnk808
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Where's My Listing?

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kenik
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Where Can I Find A Reasonably Priced Oem Replacement Camera?

I am told that my actual camera itself on my '07 Murano SE needs to be replaced because I have no picture at all in reverse. Gradually went snowy and then disappeared over a month or so. Easy to get a...

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Jack N Pam Walcoff
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Our 2011 Nissan Murano Le (push Button Start) Will Not Start If The Key Is ...

This is a garage kept car. Was bought in the summer and push button start always worked Weather got cold the Murano didn't start.

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travst
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2010 Nissan Murano Cvt Transmission Fluid Change

I've got a 2010 Nissan Murano with 69,000 miles. It hasn't ever had the CVT transmission fluid changed. I just had transfer case and differential fluids changed and the Nissan dealership service te...

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Kedro1
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My Alarm /tone For When I Lock Or Unlock My Doors With The Remote Quit Work...

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About the Nissan Murano

The Nissan Murano is a crossover vehicle, offering car styling and convenience with SUV cargo capacity.   The Murano is noted for its unusual, overgrown station wagon appearance, which sets it apart from the usual boxy SUV.

Sizewise, the Murano sits between the Xterra and the Pathfinder in the Nissan SUV lineup. Unlike other midsized SUVs, Nissan chose not to include an uncomfortable third row of seats. Instead, the Murano seats up to five and offers a generous amount of cargo space.

The Murano comes standard with many luxurious features, like a rear-view camera and a continuously variable transmission--the largest car on the market to have such a transmission.

The Murano is based on the Maxima and therefore offers car-like handling, although the ride tends to be a little bouncy.