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.
It's not w at I expected from Nissan. I previously owned a Maxima which was great so I thought all Nissans would be great, but that is not true. The Murano is a rough driving car and the price is too high. If I had to do it over I would have gotten the Buick Enclave. It has a much better ride.
I needed a new car with more room and was safer for the mountains. I love in Denver, CO, so I needed more room for : snowboards, dogs, camping and mountain bikes.
Pros: spacious, drives well, amazing in the mountains, good on gas, I love all the technology and options.
Cons: my usb charger/plug-in doesn't seem to have a good connection, granted this car was used when I purchased it, so I don't know if its an issue from the previous owner.
I'd highly suggest buying this car!!!!
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