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Nissan Murano - 2015 nissan murano – redline: review. in this video kbb's zach vlasuk determines if the nissan murano has what it takes to compete against rival luxury models like the lexus rx and bmw x5. the 2017 nissan murano is expected to come next year. can a nissan - can a nissan rogue - can a nissan murano. sit back for a full tech walkthrough of nissan's murano platinum... is the 2015 murano right for you? grand strand nissan. as a large 2-row crossover nissan's murano plays in the "tweener" segment between the likes of the rav4 / cr-v / rogue and the larger highlander / pilot / pathfinder. 2017 nissan murano - overview. enjoy your adventures with either the nissan murano or the lexus rx. ( ) the brand new 2015 nissan murano is coming soon to a nissan dealership near you. competitors to the nissan murano are the lexus rx mercedes gle coupe mercedes-benz gle mercedes gle mercedes m-class mercedes ml-class mercedes glk mercedes glc mercedes gla mercedes gl mercedes g bmw x5 bmw x6 bmw x3 bmw x1 audi q3 audi q5 audi q7 audi q6 audi a7 bmw 5 series gt bmw 4 series gt bmw 3 series gt infiniti qx70 infiniti qx70 volvo cx60 volvo cx90 lexus rx350 lexus gx lexus lx porsche cayenne porsche macan range rover sport range rover land rover discovery sport land rover discovery land rover lr4 range rover evoque acura mdx acura rdx lincoln mkx lincoln mkc cadillac srx jeep grand cherokee vw touareg and volkswagen touareg ... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank for watching Please Subcribe : https://goo.gl/WhEg37 https://www.instagram.com/dani_balasio/ Tumblr: https://goo.gl/AU77Iz https://twitter.com/Sports_car_new web : http://sportscarsnew.weebly.com/
The 2018 Nissan Murano adds better active safety to complement its sharp looks and easy-driving nature. Thanks for watching... LIKE, COMMENT AND SUBSCRIBE !
Thanks for watching! /// Just a heads up that our channel has permanently moved to /// https://youtube.com/chitalk/?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe now and never miss a video! ------------------------------------------------------- Now in its third generation, starting in 2015, the Murano is one of the wildest designs on the road in the SUV class. When you really dive in, however, you find that it’s only skin-deep and what’s underneath is a very basic and very good vehicle. Starting with the engine, Nissan has a venerable 3.5-Liter V6, sporting-variable valve timing but not the advanced Turbos and direct injection that many of its competitors have. Cranking out a satisfying 260hp, the power is good - but there is a lack of torque that means low rpm grunt is a bit lacking. Rated at 21mpg city and 28mpg highway, the efficiency is quite good considering the relative simplicity of the powertrain. One of the reasons the torque isn’t quite enough is the CVT transmission. We talk a lot about how on paper, a CVT is the best for mileage - and here it surely contributes to the respectable efficiency. But in terms of driving feel, when you step on the gas to pass someone or need to accelerate from a steady speed, there’s a noticeable lag that makes the car feel almost broken for a second while the ratio adjusts. The sensation is that it has to wind up before it gets going. When we tested the Nissan Altima with the same engine/transmission combo, it felt much more direct due to the lower weight. All that aside, the impression you get while driving is still fun and engaging – especially the handling. The chassis feels good, but a bit quicker steering ratio would make it even better. From the outside, the look is pure athletic – starting with a very aggressive grille and headlights, and transitioning to a muscular beltline around the side of the car. It’s one of the wildest-looking SUV’s on the road, but it doesn’t quite live up to that from behind the wheel. That’s no reason not to like the Murano, as it does represent good value. Even our Platinum AWD Midnight-Edition car, which also included the technology package, ended up around $43k. That’s quite a lot of space and function for your dollars. With some impressive technology and... Read more: http://www.mychinews.com/cars/2017-nissan-murano-review
Nissan’s traditionally polarizing Murano crossover SUV has always been about both style and substance. Now, in 2016, it appears the Murano is about style over substance. While the design certainly takes a step forward into the future, the rest of the Murano increasingly feels stuck in the past. Every single 2016 Nissan Murano is equipped with a 260-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6 engine. This is the automaker’s legendary VQ-series V6, a refined, efficient, and deceptively strong powerplant that revs freely, sounds terrific doing so, and has proven dependable over time. Too bad I came nowhere near the EPA’s official fuel-economy estimate in combined driving, logging just 21.1 mpg when I expected 24 mpg. Nissan fumbles when it comes to increasingly common infotainment system enhancements. If you’re seeking smartphone projection technology in the form of Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, you’ll need to buy a different SUV. The automaker’s new NissanConnect subscription services solution is also absent from the Murano. That means you can’t get automatic collision notification, easy access to roadside assistance, a stolen-vehicle locator, or Google-sourced functions related to finding things and sending destinations to the vehicle in advance of a journey. Also, speed, curfew, boundary, and valet alerts are all missing from the Murano. Read more on CarGurus: http://cargur.us/8qTmZ Subscribe to the CarGurus Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/cargurus
Murano mid-sized SUV featuring bold new styling, interior refinements and a lower starting price. Sold in front wheel drive and all wheel drive. The AWD mid-sized crossover utility vehicle has room for 5-passengers and comes with a V6 engine. The Murano even competes with some premium utility vehicles.With a 3.5L V6 engine and a CVT, the ride is upscale and so is the cabin considering this utility starts at just $31,000.
HOT NEWS !!!! 2018 Nissan Murano Exterior Overview - For 2018, every Murano trim now includes NissanConnect with navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Also standard is automatic emergency braking and intelligent forward-collision warning. The SV trim gains blind spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert, while a new SV Premium package offers more driver-assist safety features. SL and Platinum trims receive more standard features, and a new Midnight Edition package is offered on the SL.
What We Like
Dramatic styling; lots of high-tech options; luxurious interior; good fuel economy; strong V6 engine
What We Don't
Not as fun to drive as the first- and second-generation Muranos; big blind spot in the rear-quarter panel; high price with options added
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