For 2015, Nissan reinvented its mid-size crossover once again with the highly stylized LED edges on the exterior and the whole new infotainment and usability design with Nissan Connect on the interior. To say this vehicle was redesigned isn't enough. It was re-imagined. Our tester came with the Platinum AWD trim level at$40,600. This rather sizable $10,000 jump puts the Murano into a cost-effective luxury crossover segment. Our tester also included a $2,260 Technology Package with panoramic moonroof, intelligent cruise control, and predictive forward collision warning and emergency braking.
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