The new Nissan Murano is borderline luxury with its stylish design and luxurious interior.
The Nissan Murano has been a mainstay in the brand’s lineup for quite a while now, but the new version of the SUV pushes the model into more premium territory than ever before. The Murano has always been stylish, but its new design makes it a downright luxury car for the 2015 model year. It’s not just the sexier new exterior design, but a more comfortable, luxurious interior as well.
That interior is a spacious one—with 39.6 cubic feet of cargo space and 147.7 cubic feet of interior volume overall. Plus, you get the benefit of technologies like Around View Monitor, a power driver’s seat, the NissanConnect system, USB ports, and much, much more. And that’s without taking into account all the luxurious materials included in the interior.
The new Nissan Murano runs on a 3.5-liter V6 engine, which means that it has equal power to go with all that added luxury as a 2015 model. You get 260 horsepower and 28 mpg highway with that engine, so this SUV can obviously accomplish anything and everything you want and need it to. Just come visit us here at James Ceranti Nissan to learn more!
The New York Auto Show is about two weeks away and Nissan has announced that it will unveil the new 2015 Murano there on April 16. To help get us excited for the reveal, Nissan has released a ten-second teaser video.
The shadowy video doesn’t really give much away save for some fine looking angular headlights and the hint of a possible “floating roof” design. It’s not a lot to go off of, but if Nissan’s recent history with concept is any indication, we here at James Ceranti Nissan feel that there is reason enough to be preemptively excited.
Car and Driver thinks the new Murano will resemble the stunning Resonance concept that appeared at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show, and based on the glimpses from the video, we have to agree.
One thing’s for sure: the 2015 Nissan Murano will definitely be a ground-breaking design that will give us an idea of what we can expect from Nissan’s new design language. So, keep your eyes on New York on April 16 to see the big reveal. Once it’s seen the full light of day, you’ll be able to see it right here at our blog!