The 2020 Nissan Murano is here and it’s even more luxurious – with rich comfort and innovative tech features – than expected.
What’s new for the 2020 Nissan Murano?
This year, all but the base model comes standard with Nissan’s Safety Shield 360 bundle of high-tech safety aids. This includes an automatic emergency braking system that includes pedestrian detection, blind spot alert, and lane departure warning.
Why choose the 2020 Nissan Murano?
This five-passenger midsize crossover was designed with your comfort in mind. Front-seat comfort can’t be beat. For this segment, the rear seats are especially spacious, making your family road trips that much more memorable.
In addition to world-class comfort, the new Murano puts a luxurious spin on things. Inside, you’ll find high-quality materials and a sleek, modern design that sets this crossover apart from similarly priced crossovers. High-end trims feel like they cost much more than they actually do, serving up diamond-quilted leather seats and high-tech extras like traffic sign recognition.
What features are available for the 2020 Nissan Murano?
This year, Nissan’s Safety Shield 360 package is standard for all but the base S trim. This bundle of high-tech safety aids, which includes front and rear automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, and blind spot alert, was meant to help you avoid danger.
Up front, the Murano’s Zero Gravity seats are a revelation. Designed using NASA-inspired technology, these seats are meant to fit the contours of your body as if it were floating in the weightlessness of outer space. You won’t find a more comfortable pair of front seats.
The Murano’s upper trims impress with a bevy of luxuries designed to improve your daily drive. The SV adds heated mirrors, rear sonar, and Intelligent Cruise Control. In the SL, traffic sign recognition technology helps you keep tabs on the speed limit and other laws of the road. In the top-trim Platinum, there’s a smooth new leather-wrapped steering wheel. Shoppers can also choose the Murano Platinum in a new exterior shade, Super Black.
What’s under the hood?
Every 2020 Murano trim model features the same engine: a 3.5-liter V6 that produces 260 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of torque. It uses a continuously variable transmission for maximum fuel economy, earning 23 mpg combined or 20 city/28 highway mpg. Those figures hold true whether or not you choose to add the Murano’s optional all-wheel drive performance gear. Adding all-wheel drive is an excellent option, especially if you prefer a sporty drive or face icy winter commutes.
When will the 2020 Nissan Murano be released?
The 2020 Murano is here. Visit us to experience this modern crossover, with all of its modern safety gear, best-in-class seating comfort, and family-friendly infotainment options. You won’t be disappointed.