Nissan completely overhauled its Murano midsize crossover for 2015. This vehicle gains a host of improvements both inside and out. Continue Reading...
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Nissan’s all-new 2015 Murano crossover looks like a winner. It’s stylish, comfortable and drives well, but these aren’t the only feathers in its cap. Quality should be another one of this vehicle’s strong suits. Continue Reading...
The AutoGuide.com staff will be rolling in luxury this week with three distinct high-class SUVs. Read what else we’re testing and why in this edition of “AutoGuide Now.” Continue Reading...
Arriving at dealerships starting December 5, the 2015 Nissan Murano will be priced from $30,445 including destination. Continue Reading...
Nissan is preparing to show off a new SUV concept at the upcoming São Paulo Motor Show. Continue Reading...
The crossover segment continues to grow each year, with automakers searching for ways to stay on top of the market. Continue Reading...
The 2014 New York Auto Show kicks off this week, and the all-new vehicle reveals have begun. Continue Reading...
Originally believed to be debuting at the 2014 New York Auto Show, Nissan has announced that “the arrival of another next-generation model in Geneva.” Continue Reading...
Nissan will unveil the next generation 2015 Murano at the upcoming 2014 New York Auto Show, alongside an unknown concept car. Continue Reading...
Just because a car is cheap doesn’t mean it’s a good value. Taking into account the five-year owner cost of a vehicle which factors in depreciation, fuel, insurance premiums, interest on financing, sales tax and cost for maintenance and repairs, a better picture is painted on whether or not a vehicle is a good bang… Continue Reading...
Shopping for a new car? Then chances are you’re not in the market for one of these ten vehicles. Unless, of course, you put a lot of value on the individuality of your vehicle. The following list, compiled by TrueCar for 247WallSt details the Top 10 cars that sat on dealership lots the longest before… Continue Reading...
Nissan plans to take advantage of the Pathfinder Hybrid’s powertrain by transplanting the same system into its Murano and Rogue models. Continue Reading...
The crossover and SUV segment is one of industry’s fastest growing, and if you’re in the market for one, chances are you’ll want to know which ones are the most reliable out there. J.D. Power has compiled data collected from surveying thousands of vehicle owners to determine this year’s list of most reliable new crossovers… Continue Reading...
The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) has released a list of the top stolen sport utility and crossover vehicles in the United States, compiling data from 2009-2011 model years only. In total, entry-level CUVs were the most stolen with 6,357 thefts while hybrid SUVs were the least with 67 – of course, there aren’t as… Continue Reading...
In a release regarding the upcoming 2013 Detroit Auto Show, Nissan revealed that it would be unveiling an unknown concept vehicle, which according to reports is likely to be a new Murano Concept. Continue Reading...
Nissan has announced some mild updates for the 2013 Murano, which will start at $30,785, and top out $41,575 for the LE AWD model. Continue Reading...
There’s always two sides to a story, and earlier we reported about how a Nissan dealership sold a $62,130 Murano Crosscabriolet to a man suffering from dementia. Now North Bay Nissan, the dealership in question, has agreed to take back the vehicle while explaining their side of the story. Ed Dowdall suffers from Lewy Body… Continue Reading...
Nissan might be following in its competitors footsteps by offering a four-cylinder Murano, something that would compete more directly with CUVs like the Ford Edge or Kia Sportage. The above photo shows a disguised Murano cruising around. That raises questions because the most recent Murano model refresh happened in 2011, which means we’re far from… Continue Reading...
Nissan is planning a dozen new cars for the next few years, including redesigned Altima and Sentra sedans, some new trucks, and an electric vehicle for Infiniti. The Altima, Sentra, and Titan are getting long in the tooth, and even the Maxima and Murano. Those will get replaced with all new cars before 2014. Infiniti… Continue Reading...
The new Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet is an unusual vehicle, to say the least. It is convertible based on a SUV/Crossover platform, which could make it the ideal vehicle for a beach babe, or an automotive enthusiasts worst nightmare. Whatever it is, our cousins in the north don’t want it. We spoke to a representative from… Continue Reading...
Nissan literally pulled the cover off its 2011 Murano in Los Angeles today, unveiling for the first time on these shores the new open top version dubbed the Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet. Painted seafoam green with a light interior, it looked ready for South Beach on the opposite coast. Nissan says they envision females in their… Continue Reading...
Nissan has released information about a new plug-in sedan set to debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show, a vehicle known as the Ellure. No details or photos have been released, but a nice bit of marketing fluff states that “Nissan’s dramatic new-value sedan exploration, the Nissan Ellure, is designed to bring a higher level… Continue Reading...
Nissan‘s long-rumored Murano convertible is all but officially confirmed after the company presented it to dealers at their annual meeting in Las Vegas in August. The Murano convertible will be offered as a two-door with a soft-top, reminiscent of other spectacular failures like the Toyota RAV4 convertible, Isuzu Amigo and Suzuki X90, all of which… Continue Reading...
Nissan is apparently planning on bringing a convertible version of its Murano crossover to market, with a debut set for this November’s Los Angeles Auto Show. Convertible SUVs have always been oddballs, from the Suzuki X90 to the Toyota RAV4 and all points in between. The only successful model we can think of, the Jeep Wrangler, is… Continue Reading...