One of the fast growing Nissan models is Murano, which increased fans base during last few years. This full-size crossover is as comfortable as some sedans, while keeping its bold design and muscular appearance, which was expected from upcoming 2018 Nissan Murano. Many improvements made on last two editions will be continued with new vehicle, while all areas are getting updates. Murano is now more comfortable, there is more room in the cabin and performance enhancement is on the way.
2018 Nissan Murano trim levels
As its predecessors, 2018 Nissan Murano is going to be available in four trim levels. Entry model is coming as S type, mid-range crossovers, equipped with more features are SL and SV, while Murano Platinum tops the range in all segments – various systems, performance and price. Some of technology features include backup camera and valet parking systems. There is touchscreen display where driver can see wider angle from cameras installed on 2018 Murano. Nissan Connect infotainment system features satllite radio, USB and AUX connections. Bluetooth and hands-free calling are standard.
2018 Nissan Murano safety
Not only design and infotainment features are improved, but also safety. Security of passengers is very important when we talk about SUV vehicles, and 2018 Nissan Murano will be one of the best in the class in that segment. There are Advanced airba system used for new crossover, with front crash avoidance system and blind spot warning, Standard offer includes tire pressure monitoring and braking in case of forward emergency. Intelligent cruise control and lane departing guidance are raised to the next level.
2018 Nissan Murano engine
Under the hood of the 2018 Nissan Murano should be 3.6-l V6 unit, but this is not confirmed yet, so there is possibility for this to change. Whatever takes position in crossover, brand new 2-speed CVT is going to be mated to engine. This combo is good for more than 260 horsepower and estimated fuel consumption of around 27 mpg. This is slightly better than average rating for full-size crossovers. Prices will be close to current vehicle with $30,000 valuation of the base Murano, going up to $40,000 for Platinum.