2015 Nissan Murano vs. 2014 Nissan Murano
When the first-gen Nissan Murano came out in 2003 a good portion of the public didn’t like it because they argued it looked too futuristic. Granted, it was a different looking car with styling that we weren’t used to. Nevertheless, those who liked the look helped it become one of the most popular, and best selling crossover SUVs. Nissan pushed the styling limits a bit further with the redesign of the front and rear fascia in 2009. But by then the eccentric design was expected and accepted. So it only seems appropriate that the all-new third-generation Nissan Murano continues to follow the unbeaten path with a striking new look that continues to lead Nissan into the future.
The starting price for the 2015 Nissan Murano $29,998, almost $5000 cheaper than last years model. The new Murano will be available at dealers in mid-December.