In recent memory, the Nissan Murano is one of the brand’s most popular cars. According to U.S. News & World Report’s Best crossover SUV list, the Murano tops the Nissan Rogue and Nissan Kicks. This year, Nissan continues with its “innovation that excites” campaign that will unleash its new and improved 2019 Murano.
For starters, Nissan has made new and improved changes to its 2019 Murano SV. Starting at the front of the car, you will notice new fully integrated LED lights for all models, opposed to just the platinum trim in previous years. There is also a honey-comb front grill with longer defining curves and lines. For the 2019 premium package, sleek LED fog lights brighten up the ride. The rear lights were also upgraded, giving the car an overall more luxuriant look and feel.
For the most part, Murano’s interior has maintained its look. You will find three new color and seat material options. Color choices are Graphite, Cashmere and Mocha. For the upholstery, as featured with the Murano SV, it comes with cloth seating, whereas the SL and Platinum editions offer leather.
The Murano SV premium package includes Intelligent Around View Monitor (I-AVM), Intelligent Cruise Control, Power Panoramic Moonroof, Bose Premium Audio System with 11 speakers, front and rear parking sensors, as well as heated seats.
This all-purpose crossover rates well on gas. Rolling out’s road test on both city streets and the highway matched manufactures miles per gallon at 20 city-28 highway.
The new and improved 2019 Nissan Murano is a reasonably priced, practical crossover SUV. For all the available models, Nissan’s base prices are very attractive for all models.
- S – from $31,270
- SV – from $34,440
- SL – from 39,230
- platinum – $43,530
As featured for our test drive, the 2019 Murano SV sticker price is $39,230.
The new 2019 Nissan Murano, practical crossover SUV — “Innovation that excites”.