Nissan Murano

Nissan Murano

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Nissan unveiled this week the Murano Stylish Silver Leather Encore. The model features grey leather seating surfaces with aluminum trim bits. The crossover will be available for Japanese buyers with the silver grille, a feature present only in US variants, and unavailable on any other Japanease Murano. The Stylish Silver package is a popular one that has appeared on a variety of models over time, but Nissan doesn’t give a number for how many numbers will build. The silver paint (...)
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Realizing that most Suv-owners never venture any further off-pavement than that pothole-riddled side road, car manufacturers are now focused on crossover SUVs, which, as you probably know, emphasize a carlike ride, leaving off-road functionality but a vestige. Nissan’s crossover is the stylish Murano and it’s marketed as an "urban SUV.Murano gets its name from glass art made on islands near Venice.

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Nissan will be showing off in many ways at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed (7-9 July) from a race winning 350Z never seen before in Europe to a couple of new, speed themed concept cars making their international debuts. The company will also be making a bid for the title of fastest vehicle at the Festival … with a Nissan Primera. Not one but two concepts are having their first ever showing at Goodwood this year. If the press and public approve, they could be available in the not so (...)

The 2006 Nissan Murano crossover sport utility vehicle continues to uphold the innovative design of combined multipurpose SUV aspects with that of sport sedan ride and performance. Murano is powered by a 245-horsepower* 3.5 -liter DOHC V6 mated to Nissan’s fuel-efficient Xtronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) for smooth, quiet acceleration and enhanced fuel efficiency (versus a standard 4-speed automatic transmission).


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