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.
Feature loaded, very good value
2013 Nissan MuranoJay Primack - Boynton Beach, FL05/17/2015
Very good electronics, blue tooth, Nav screen size and input methods, backup camera and collision avoidance warnings, keyless start, entry and exit (lock) features. Comfortable seats front & rear, convenient remote adjustment of rear back seats (up and down). Adequate although not overwhelming engine power, with sufficient roominess and size to promote safe driving confidence, yet easy to park and maneuver.
The platinum model has a number of very vice amenities. The feel on the roadd is very smooth and comfortable. Only had it four months but it is a great "smaller" vehicle to drive in lieu of the pick up truck or suburban. Enjoying the car very much.
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