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The crossover segment continues to grow each year, with automakers searching for ways to stay on top of the market.
For Nissan, that meant giving its Murano a new look for 2015 without straying too far from a working formula. And by that, we mean that Nissan retained the same 3.5-liter V6 engine with 260 hp paired to a CVT but managed to spring 130 lbs from the vehicle. Oddly enough however, the weight loss didn’t equate to an improvement in fuel economy as it is expected to net the same 20 mpg as the current-generation model.
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But freshened on the outside and inside, the 2015 Nissan Murano sports 60 percent fewer switches than before. It is likely that the Murano’s new design will find its way to other Nissan models in the future, such as the Maxima.
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