I had a larger SUV (Dodge Durango), it was hard to park and a gas hog. The Murano is smaller, so more nimble and easier on gas. The SL is the luxery edition, and it has amazing features I love, like heated seats and steering wheel. The hatch opens and closes at a touch of a button. The wipers have a sensor that starts and stops when it is raining lightly, or if a car passes you and throws slush on the windshield. The GPS is the 3rd on I have had experience with, and the best by far, announcing the turns well in advance, then a second time, and a chime when at the point to turn.
The Nissan Murano runs great. On the rode it is quiet with great power. The interior cabin is roomy and it has a generous amount of cargo space in the rear. There are small issues with the electronics, however. At times the radio volume and fan speeds do not cooperate. Turning them down (counterclockwise) sometimes causes them to go up. It is a odd and generally quite minor problem with a great running vehicle.
If you drive a lot, this car is very comfortable and has some nice extras. The driver's seat adjusts from very low to very high. Being 5'5", this makes getting in (low) and driving (high) exceptionally easy and comfortable. And because I need to back into an offset parking space every night, the easily adjustable side mirrors work great for me. The power and ride of this car is great, and it has plenty of room to carry all the stuff I need for trips. Love the keyless entry! No more digging for keys or worry about locking them in the car. The cabin is relatively quite when driving. Only thing that I have a problem with is the windshield wipers. See cons.