Nissan US have announced the asking price for the second generation Murano SUV. They are currently on sale in the various options and equipment levels as designated below, however, all are equipped with the same 260 BHP detuned 3.5 liter V6 from the 370Z and Xtronic CVT auto transmission. Our choice would be the diesel which, unfortunately, is not available in the US due to the poor gas mileage from the thirsty V6. Invest in a FWD model, if you’re not going off road, with the SV spec package. This package includes all that you really need without the novelties that you’ll get bored of, but will still be paying for.
As a little refresher, the 2011 Nissan Murano gets a new grille with a new, revised design and wide front headlights. It also comes with a wide hood that sweeps into the bodylines, powerful wheel arches, and an aggressive stance with available 20-inch wheels. The interior gets a new white meter color, new center stack colors, and added equipment to various trim levels.
Pricing starts from $28,500 USD to around $39,140 USD depending on how many ticks you make in the options list.
Hit the jump for the allocated pricing.
|Murano S FWD||$28,500 USD|
|Murano SV FWD||$31,910 USD|
|Murano SL FWD||$35,450 USD|
|Murano LE FWD||$37,540 USD|
|Murano S AWD||$30,100 USD|
|Murano SV AWD||$33,510 USD|
|Murano SL AWD||$37,050 USD|
|Murano LE AWD||$39,140 USD|