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2010 Nissan
Murano

$13,499* 99K miles
CarMax Frederick
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
Key Features
Location: CarMax Frederick in Frederick, Maryland 21704
Description: Used 2010 Nissan Murano LE for sale - $13,499, 99,344 miles with Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Leather Seats, BOSE Sound System, Satellite Radio Ready, Rear View Camera, DVD Video System
Transmission: Automatic Color:Gray Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.541 reviews) Because my 2007 Nissan Murano saved my Life! I wanted to add to the Pro's drop down to include ALL. Thank you to all the Engineers, Manufacturing, Assembly, Quality Control and all of the souls whose hands created my Car that protected me, saved my life and allowed me to be here today--- Sincerely, Richard P. Baker JR

2010 Nissan
Murano

$13,998* 92K miles
CarMax King of Prussia
Free Transfer to your store - PA to VA
Free Transfer to your store - PA to VA
Key Features
Location: CarMax King of Prussia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19406
Description: Used 2010 Nissan Murano LE for sale - $13,998, 92,208 miles with Power Liftgate/DeckLid, 4WD/AWD, Leather Seats, BOSE Sound System, Satellite Radio Ready, Rear View Camera
Transmission: Automatic Color:Gray Interior Color: Black Average Vehicle Review: (4.541 reviews) This is a solid and versatile family car, especially for a non-luxury brand. It gets decent gas mileage, has a fair amount of power. The interior is roomy, both front and back seat, cargo space is ample, and the roof rack provides an easy way to expand for long trips via bike rack or rooftop carrier. The LE trim feels very much like you're driving an Infiniti, rather than a Nissan. My only gripe about this car is that we did not opt for the AWD option, and it handles very poorly in the snow.

Reviews for 2010 Nissan Murano

Overall Rating

4.5 out of 5(39 reviews)

New Nissan Murano LE

Chose Murano to downsize slightly from '02 Acura MDX. No longer need third row, but do want additional cargo space vs RAV-4 or CR-V etc. Smaller models also sacrifice engine performance-in some cases 6cylinder not even available. Important here in mountains- 4500 ft above sea level. My wife still appreciates higher driving position of SUV and Murano offers good visibility. Rear quarter panels do not seem to intrude into visibility as we were initially concerned. Nissan price range reasonable as well. V-6 Murano has nice performance. We like the CVT transmission removing the shift points. It always feesl like you have the right gear engaged. Don't miss transmission hunting for the right gear like some others. Comfort and quiet ride are a plus. Width of vehicle is such that you don't feel like you're bumping elbows with passenger. However, hood falls away quickly making it difficult to estimate where right front corner REALLY is. Rear camera is nice... wish it had one on right front corner! Mileage is 23-24 with 60% highway driving. Have not yet had winter weather to evaluate AWD etc. Brake feel is solid with no unnecessary intrusions by the brake-assist feature. Accelerator pedal is little too sensitive to us though. Interior quality is above average. Glovebox shape is strange and not very usable as it is very deep-can't reach the back without unbuckling pax seat belt. Console area offers little "flat space" to lay any miscellaneous items. Door storage cubicles are too narrow-can't accommodate a small folding umbrella there. The console storage seems too far aft in car-feels like you must look "behind" you to get anything out of the console. Probably the dumbest item found is the nice wired connection for your iPod within the console...but that connection, while integrating the music into the nice sound system, DOES NOT charge your iPod. Why? One more wire in the wiring harness would have been too much? Dumb Nissan. or cheap, I not sure which?! Routinely I never buy extended warranties. Figure the standard warranty is good enough and beyond that period I'll likely want the "new model" anyway... but, if you're buying the LE model with all the bells/whistles, I'd consider it. The nav computer on the car has it's fingers in EVERYTHING. A breakage there after warranty could be a large expense; a bad LCD screen and you lose not only nav, but AC and heat controls, radio, satellite radio, and all the preferences for things like wiper sensitivity, how long lights stay on after you turn off the car etc. You'll almost HAVE to replace the bad component due to the far reaching impact to the vehicle. Even the cost for some of those fancy headlight/fog light/running lights assemblies or rear hatchback open/closing motor could be a bit staggering. We've had NO difficulties at all in any area, by the way. But, I suggest you think about extended warranty a little more than usual due to its potential impact. Overall, these are nits and in the "noise" to a degree. Any new vehicle has annoying "discoveries." We like the vehicle overall and would buy it again. After 3000 miles and about 2.5 months I still believe it is the best value in this group. Much better reliability history than say the Mazda. Size feels just right-not too big, not too small. Ride quality is very nice. Crash scores are above average. Insurance costs are not exorbitant like the Lexus etc. Not a single problem to this point. Hope these observations help your choice.

- Skyhook, 2010 Nissan Murano

Our Murano

I have driven many vehicles from cars to large trucks. They all seem to be missing one thing or another. This is the first vehicle I have driven that seems to have a complete experience. It incases Luxury, Comfort, Power, and Style all in one. My family vacation in it was so much more enjoyable because of it.

- Vegas, 2010 Nissan Murano

Love My Murano

My Nissan Murano ... Why I Picked This Car ? I wanted something bigger then my previous 2 door car, Spacious enough for road trips and Maybe starting a family. But not too big for a whole soccer team and I didn't want it to eat up gas ;) It's the perfect size ! I have never had a car with leather, and I didn't think I would like it. But I do, I got a lighter color so it won't get as hot in the summer. And no worries for winter, they heat up !! My other car had a sunroof, this one has two :) The rear view camera is SOO helpful. The Nissan Murano has tons of spacious compartments. Rides really smooth, you can't even hear the engine running. 6 disc cd changer & aux plug in, which my husband loves. My FAVORITE part is the back seats, they go down with a pull of a handle, and come back up with a push of a button. No removing seats, no confusing folding, no effort at all :) It has a lot of trunk space too. Im 27 yrs old, this is my 3rd car. I could go on & on about the things I like about this car, one last thing I will say is.....it feels and looks luxury, without the luxury price !!

- RgentianGurl, 2010 Nissan Murano

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