Five-Point Inspection: 2015 Nissan Murano Platinum AWD

Nissan completely overhauled its Murano midsize crossover for 2015. This vehicle gains a host of improvements both inside and out. It seems that car-based utility vehicles keep gaining in popularity. Automakers across the spectrum from high-volume brands to luxury marques keep offering more and more of them. But just because there’s new competition doesn’t mean some longstanding nameplates are wasting away.

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Nissan’s Murano has been around for more than a decade. The first generation hit the market in 2003 (has it really been that long?). At that time it was a pacesetter, leading the automotive industry’s soon-to-take-off crossover trend.

Keeping it relevant the company has introduced an all-new version for 2015 and I recently took it for a quick spin. Here are my impressions.

More than Meets the Eye

Nissan completely overhauled its Murano midsize crossover for 2015. This vehicle gains a host of improvements both inside and out.

It seems that car-based utility vehicles keep gaining in popularity. Automakers across the spectrum from high-volume brands to luxury marques keep offering more and more of them. But just because there’s new competition doesn’t mean some longstanding nameplates are wasting away.

SEE ALSO: 2015 Volkswagen Golf SportWagen Review

Nissan’s Murano has been around for more than a decade. The first generation hit the market in 2003 (has it really been that long?). At that time it was a pacesetter, leading the automotive industry’s soon-to-take-off crossover trend.

Keeping it relevant the company has introduced an all-new version for 2015 and I recently took it for a quick spin. Here are my impressions.

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