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The all-new 2018 Nissan Murano Midnight Edition, reviewed! Tyler Burley of Kingston Nissan and CarOne gets a hands on demo of the 2018 Nissan Murano, currently available at Kingston Nissan, for a real-world test. Going over specs and appearance, Tyler gives us the facts and his honest opinion on the features and functions of this Midnight Edition Murano. Come check it out and go for a drive yourself at Kingston Nissan! 775 Gardiners Rd, Kingston, ON http://www.kingstonnissan.com/ https://bit.ly/2GmMcwC (2018 Murano Build Page) BOOM! ________________________________________________________ CHECK OUT OTHER 2018 NISSAN REVIEWS... 2018 Rogue ... https://youtu.be/6lBjYTFRJrc 2018 Frontier... https://youtu.be/6f7HYcoWWTY 2018 Leaf... https://youtu.be/tv1ltQNLlaY
There are so many great SUV options available today, it's hard to pick which is right for you. In this video we compare two leaders, the Nissan Murano vs Lexus RX. The Lexus RX has been one of the best-selling luxury crossovers since its introduction in 1997. This RX features meticulous attention to detail in the interior, including a leather-trimmed dash and steering wheel. Certain models also include heated and cooled seats. The base 3.5-liter engine puts out 295-horsepower, but you can choose a hybrid version instead for 308-horsepower. The Nissan Murano surrounds its driver in optional leather surfaces and unique opalescent inlays. The quick-release levers in the back easily fold down the second row for increased cargo capacity. The 3.5-liter V6 260-horsepower engine offers improved gas mileage and a quick ride. Enjoy your adventures with either the Nissan Murano or the Lexus RX. Visit your local AutoNation Nissan dealership [https://www.autonation.com/find-a-store/brand/nissan] or your AutoNation-affiliated Lexus dealership [https://www.autonation.com/find-a-store/brand/lexus] to test drive your own model.
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Visit www.dancummins.com or call 859-554-3271 today! Attack the road and pack the family in and wow people with the brand new design and package on this 2018 Redline Edition Chevrolet Traverse! This new design has peoples heads already turning (we would know, since 8 people asked to take pictures of it during filming!) as you drive by. Check out this quick video showing of just some of the many features on this SUV, more details below. MORE INFO: Chevrolet: http://www.chevrolet.com/suvs/traverse-mid-size-suv Car and Driver: http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2018-chevrolet-traverse-first-drive-review MotorTrend: http://www.motortrend.com/cars/chevrolet/traverse/2018/2018-chevrolet-traverse-first-drive-review/ AutoWeek: http://autoweek.com/article/car-reviews/2018-chevrolet-traverse-first-drive-cooler-and-useful-still-not-cool
The 2018 Nissan Murano receives new standard features including an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Nissan Connect Navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and satellite radio. Also standard on all trims is automatic emergency braking and forward collision warning driver assist systems. The new SV Premium package consists of a surround-view camera system, a driver alert system (sleepy driver alert), adaptive cruise control, a panoramic moonroof, an 11-speaker Bose premium audio system, heated front seats, heated outside mirrors, and 18-inch Gun Metal alloy wheels. The Murano also received a revised center console design, a Midnight Edition package for the SL trim, and a new SL Moonroof package. Blind-spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert are now standard on the SV trim (one above the base trim). In Nissan’s SUV and crossover lineup, the Murano is positioned above the Juke, the new Kicks, the Rogue Sport, and the Rogue, but below the larger and more expensive Pathfinder and full-size Armada. 2018 Murano S: The base trim comes well-equipped with an 8.0-inch touchscreen with NissanConnect Navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and satellite radio. Also standard is emergency automatic braking, forward collision warning, LED daytime running lights, LED taillights, automatic headlights, a 7.0-inch driver’s instrument cluster display, a rearview camera, dual-zone automatic climate control, as well as front and rear USB ports. 2018 Murano SV: The SV trim adds a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, remote engine start with climate control, a 10-way power adjustable driver’s seat, four-way power passenger’s seat, fog lights, black roof rails, auto-dimming rearview mirror, blind-spot monitoring, and rear-cross traffic alert. 2018 Murano SL: Building off the SV’s features, the SL adds heated leather seats (front and rear), a surround view camera system, a Bose premium audio system, a motion-activated liftgate, interior ambient lighting, silver roof rails, adaptive cruise control, and a heated steering wheel. 2018 Murano Platinum: The top Platinum trim adds 20-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, heated and cooled front seats, NissanConnect Services, a power panoramic moonroof, power tilt/telescoping steering wheel, and power return rear seatbacks. A Wi-Fi hotspot, wireless smartphone charger, and a frameless auto-dimming rearview mirror with Universal Remote are also available. Performance and Fuel Economy The 2018 Murano is powered by a 3.5-liter V-6 that produces 260 hp and 240 lb-ft and is backed by a CVT that routes power to the front wheels or to the optional all-wheel-drive system. The Murano delivers an EPA-rated 21/28 mpg city/highway in both front- and all-wheel drive systems. The 2015 Nissan Murano Platinum FWD (with the same engine as the 2018 model) hit 60 mph on 7.0 seconds and stopped from 60 mph in 120 feet in Motor Trend testing. Safety The Murano’s cargo space with the rear seats up measures in at 32.1 cubic feet, and 67.0 cubic feet with the seats down. That is less than the Ford Edge’s 39.2 and 73.4 cubic feet, respectively, but the Murano offers a flatter load floor. The Murano’s front seats offer 40.5 inches of legroom and 38.7 inches for the rear seats. The Edge offers more with 42.6 inches for the front and 40.6 for the rear. However, in a comparison that included a Murano, Edge, and Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, we noted that the Murano had more legroom than the other cars: “The specs allege the Nissan to have the least rear legroom here … but our collective perspective says otherwise. Potential customers’ best course of action is checking everything in person.” Technology The Murano‘s 8.0-inch touchscreen with NissanConnect Navigation and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is standard on all trims. satellite radio, Bluetooth, and two USB ports are also standard. A 7.0-inch driver’s instrument cluster display is standard but the optional Bose premium audio system is not. The optional NissanConnect Services powered by SiriusXM includes automatic collision notification, emergency call service, and stolen vehicle locator. With the remote services app, owners can start/stop the engine, lock/unlock the doors, flash the lights, honk the horn, and set curfew and speed alerts. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank for watching Please Subcribe : https://goo.gl/WhEg37 G+ : https://goo.gl/UZAfH3 https://www.instagram.com/dani_balasio/ Tumblr: https://goo.gl/AU77Iz https://twitter.com/Sports_car_new web : http://sportscarsnew.weebly.com/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please contact this email if you have any copyright issues: firstname.lastname@example.org
HOT NEWS !!!! 2018 Nissan Murano Interior and Infotainment Overview - As 5-passenger crossover SUVs go, the 2018 Nissan Murano is a definite standout. From its bold and sporty styling to its long list of innovative features, the Murano appeals to those who expect more than just mere transportation from their family-hauling chariot. Some of those features, such as standard voice-activated navigation and an available Bose audio system, are expected. Others, like a separate rear-seat USB port, for example, help set the Murano apart from its competition. Even the base trim offers innovative items, such as NASA-inspired Zero Gravity seats specifically designed to alleviate back and leg discomfort on long trips.
Compared to many SUVs, however, the Murano comes up short in off-road capability and overall utility -- but that's OK, given that most Americans use their SUVs in exactly the same way they use a car. And with more SUVs riding like stiff performance sedans, those seeking isolation from the harsh realities of today's roads may find the 2018 Murano to be exactly what they're looking for.
What's New for 2018?
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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