2015 nissan murano

2015 nissan murano

2015 Nissan Murano

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2015 Nissan Murano Review

from the Cars.com expert editorial team

Nissan completely redesigned its two-row SUV for 2015, and Cars.com reviewer David Thomas says families should put it at the top of their shopping list.

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One of the most comfortable SUV’s

by red3jazz from Elk Grove, CA on January 2, 2020

Beautiful from Top to Bottom

by La N-O Saints Fan from DFW on December 18, 2019

Recalls and crash tests

The 2015 Nissan Murano currently has 5 recalls

Crash and Rollover Test Ratings

New car and certified pre-owned programs by Nissan

New Car Program Benefits

36 months / 36,000 miles

60 months / 60,000 miles

Certified Pre-Owned Program Benefits

6 years/less than 80,000 miles

Basic Warranty Terms

84 months/100,000 miles (includes LEAF electric vehicle system and powertrain)

Dealer Certification Required

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Some automakers include free scheduled maintenance for items such as oil changes, air filters and tire rotations. Some include consumables including brake pads and windshield wipers; others do not. They are typically for the first couple of years of ownership of a new car.

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2015 Nissan Murano

When exterior designers at Nissan’s California studio set out to recreate the Murano, they wanted it to look like a spaceship. At least, that’s what one designer told us, recalling his impressions upon seeing the first-generation midsize crossover more than a decade ago. And while the Murano might not be ready for intergalactic travel, it succeeds at looking like nothing else on the road.

The 2015 Nissan Murano midsize crossover sport-utility seats five, with plenty of passenger and cargo space. Though it’s not a luxury crossover, the redesigned 2015 Murano looks more upscale than many of its competitors. This is especially true on the inside, where the cabin has been redesigned with higher quality materials and more modern finishes. Seats now use Nissan’s zero gravity technology, which offers a high level of support and bolstering. A new instrument cluster and the latest version of the NissanConnect interface also appear on the new Murano, as well as a new touchscreen display for cars equipped with navigation.

Cargo space is improved over the previous generation (pre-2015). The 2015 Murano offers 39.6 cubic feet of cargo space with all seats in place, which Nissan claims is the roomiest in its class. Rear seats fold easily and completely flat (not many do that), using either a pull-tab accessed from the second row, or using handles in the trunk. With the second row down, the Murano can hold up to 69.9 cubic feet of cargo.

New safety features also appear on the 2015 Nissan Murano, including blind spot warning, forward collision warning with emergency braking and radar-based adaptive cruise control. Some of these safety features come standard on higher trim levels, and others require the optional Technology Package.

Although housed in a brand new shell, the Murano’s powertrain carries over from the last generation. The 3.5-liter V6 makes 260 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of torque and is paired with a continuously variable transmission (CVT). Power is adequate for everyday driving, though we found the CVT lags a bit when we need an instant response.

As before, the Murano is available in both front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive variants.

Fuel economy ratings for the 2015 Nissan Murano are quite good for the class, at 21/28 mpg City/Highway for both FWD and AWD models (a 20-percent improvement over the outgoing model, according to Nissan). That’s in part due to a 146-pound weight reduction over the last generation, as well as additional aerodynamic enhancements. The 2015 Murano achieves a drag coefficient of 0.31, which is quite low for a crossover vehicle, and as Nissan loves to point out, is the same as a Porsche 911 Turbo. Low rolling-resistance tires and an underbody cover also help the Murano slip through the air more easily.

Though it’s not the most capable performer when it comes to driving dynamics, the 2015 Murano is a good choice for …
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When exterior designers at Nissan’s California studio set out to recreate the Murano, they wanted it to look like a spaceship. At least, that’s what one designer told us, recalling his impressions upon seeing the first-generation midsize crossover more than a decade ago. And while the Murano might not be ready for intergalactic travel, it succeeds at looking like nothing else on the road.

The 2015 Nissan Murano midsize crossover sport-utility seats five, with plenty of passenger and cargo space. Though it’s not a luxury crossover, the redesigned 2015 Murano looks more upscale than many of its competitors. This is especially true on the inside, where the cabin has been redesigned with higher quality materials and more modern finishes. Seats now use Nissan’s zero gravity technology, which offers a high level of support and bolstering. A new instrument cluster and the latest version of the NissanConnect interface also appear on the new Murano, as well as a new touchscreen display for cars equipped with navigation.

Cargo space is improved over the previous generation (pre-2015). The 2015 Murano offers 39.6 cubic feet of cargo space with all seats in place, which Nissan claims is the roomiest in its class. Rear seats fold easily and completely flat (not many do that), using either a pull-tab accessed from the second row, or using handles in the trunk. With the second row down, the Murano can hold up to 69.9 cubic feet of cargo.

New safety features also appear on the 2015 Nissan Murano, including blind spot warning, forward collision warning with emergency braking and radar-based adaptive cruise control. Some of these safety features come standard on higher trim levels, and others require the optional Technology Package.

Although housed in a brand new shell, the Murano’s powertrain carries over from the last generation. The 3.5-liter V6 makes 260 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of torque and is paired with a continuously variable transmission (CVT). Power is adequate for everyday driving, though we found the CVT lags a bit when we need an instant response.

As before, the Murano is available in both front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive variants.

Fuel economy ratings for the 2015 Nissan Murano are quite good for the class, at 21/28 mpg City/Highway for both FWD and AWD models (a 20-percent improvement over the outgoing model, according to Nissan). That’s in part due to a 146-pound weight reduction over the last generation, as well as additional aerodynamic enhancements. The 2015 Murano achieves a drag coefficient of 0.31, which is quite low for a crossover vehicle, and as Nissan loves to point out, is the same as a Porsche 911 Turbo. Low rolling-resistance tires and an underbody cover also help the Murano slip through the air more easily.

Though it’s not the most capable performer when it comes to driving dynamics, the 2015 Murano is a good choice for …
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Dlaczego Lexus RX 350 (2015) jest lepszy od Nissan Murano S AWD (2014)?

  • 7mm krótszy/a
    1.7m vs 1702mm
  • 11Nm wyższy moment obrotowy.

Dlaczego Nissan Murano S AWD (2014) jest lepszy od Lexus RX 350 (2015)?

  • 13.1% większy zbiornik paliwa.

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Informacje ogólne

Napęd na 4 koła jest systemem rozdzielania siły napędowej na wszystkie koła samochodu. Jest on niezwykle przydatny w niektórych sytuacjach, bowiem znacznie poprawia on trakcję podczas niekorzystnych warunków pogodowych. Najlepiej się jednak sprawdza podczas jazdy terenowej.

Lexus RX 350 (2015)

Nissan Murano S AWD (2014)

Średnica zawracania oznacza średnicę najmniejszego łuku, po którym samochód potrafi zawrócić na jeden raz, zamiast wykonywać zawracanie na trzy razy.

Podstawowa gwarancja na samochód obejmuje wszystkie elementy za wyjątkiem elementów, które zużywają się w trakcie normalnej eksploatacji, jak wycieraczki i klocki hamulcowe. Trwa one przez określoną liczbę lat lub liczbę przejechanych kilometrów.

Kia Rondo Platinum (2014)

Napęd na przednie koła jest najczęściej spotykanym rozwiązaniem układu napędowego, oferuje sporo zalet. Jest tańszy w produkcji (obniża cenę samochodu), a także lżejszy, przez co korzystnie wpływa na zużycie paliwa. Z uwagi na skupienie ciężaru silnika nad przednimi kołami, poprawia także prowadzenie samochodu.

Lexus RX 350 (2015)

Nissan Murano S AWD (2014)

Pozwala ono wszystkim czterem kołom na poruszanie się w dół oraz w górę w sposób niezależny, dzięki czemu zyskuje na tym komfort jazdy, przykładowo na dziurawych drogach.

Lexus RX 350 (2015)

Nissan Murano S AWD (2014)

Podstawowa gwarancja na samochód obejmuje wszystkie elementy za wyjątkiem elementów, które zużywają się w trakcie normalnej eksploatacji, jak wycieraczki i klocki hamulcowe. Trwa one przez określoną liczbę lat lub liczbę przejechanych kilometrów.

2015 Nissan Murano

Overview: Lock eyeballs on the 2015 Nissan Murano and it’s not likely you’ll un-see it anytime soon. Nissan’s third-generation “flagship crossover” sports a jutting chin and sci-fi styling worthy of a Star Wars flick. As with the smaller Juke crossover, the mid-size two-row Murano is designed to stand out in parking lots now teeming with crossovers and SUVs. It’s a standout inside as well, with an edgy design theme, a long list of standard luxuries, and spread-out room for five. Nissan doesn’t cram a tiny third-row seat into the Murano, and despite its “floating,” arcing roofline it offers more cargo space than the Jeep Grand Cherokee, the Volkswagen Touareg, or the Ford Edge. Think of the Murano as a tall, hatchback iteration of the Maxima sedan, sharing drivetrain and chassis bits, and Nissan’s flagship-crossover descriptor seems less of a stretch. The Maxima DNA makes itself known in the Murano’s well-damped body motions, naturally weighted steering, and crisp brake response. The Murano’s single engine choice, the 3.5-liter V-6 from Nissan’s VQ engine family, may be getting on in years, but its ample torque and eager throttle response don’t disappoint. The 2015 Murano is offered in four trim levels, each available with a choice of front- or all-wheel drive. We drove a top-of-the-line 2015 Nissan Murano Platinum AWD for this review.

What’s New: The Murano’s 3.5-liter V-6 and most underpinnings carry over from the previous model, but the look inside and out is all new. Available on the Murano for the first time is Nissan’s highly useful AroundView monitor that stitches together feeds from cameras located in the grille, liftgate, and side mirrors to create a 360-degree overhead view of the Murano and the surrounding terrain in the dash display when backing up. For 2015, the Xtronic continuously variable automatic transmission gets a wider ratio spread for improved response and taller final-drive gearing for better highway fuel economy. The four-model lineup includes S, SV, SL, and a new Platinum grade that replaces last year’s top-dog LE. There’s a welcome 2.4 inches more rear-seat legroom this year, as well.

What We Like: While all Muranos come loaded with lots of standard equipment, the SL and Platinum trim levels are particularly well outfitted. The cabin is pleasingly quiet. NASA-inspired Zero Gravity seats up front and in the two outboard rear positions provide all-day comfort and support. Door and center armrests and console sides are nicely padded; overall, materials are a cut above the norm. A logically arrayed infotainment system and uncluttered center stack provide a pleasing aesthetic. Reclining rear seatbacks and remote rear-seat fold-down releases in the cargo area are thoughtful touches. And the aforementioned Around View monitor is a feature all cars should have someday.

What We Don’t Like: The Murano’s expressive/aggressive styling comes at a price, with a bulbous hood and thick rear roof pillars that inhibit the driver’s ability to see developing traffic situations and place the car on the road. Available technology, such as blind-spot monitoring and cross-traffic alerts, as well as forward-collision warning and emergency braking, restore some confidence but don’t take the place of clear sightlines. On the other hand, we’ve finally achieved a state of détente with Nissan’s continuously variable automatic transmission, which after numerous tweaks and refinements over the years does a credible job of moving the stylish crossover. We only wish that its new manual shift mode worked with steering-wheel-mounted paddles instead of the console shifter.

Verdict: Aggressively agreeable.

Specifications

VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, front- or 4-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door hatchback

PRICE AS TESTED: $43,955 (base price: $30,445)

ENGINE TYPE: DOHC 24-valve V-6 aluminum block and heads, port fuel injection

Displacement: 213 cu in, 3498 cc
Power: 260 hp @ 6000 rpm
Torque: 240 lb-ft @ 4400 rpm

TRANSMISSION: Continuously variable automatic with manual shifting mode

DIMENSIONS:
Wheelbase: 111.2 in
Length: 192.8 in
Width: 75.4 in Height: 66.6 in
Passenger volume: 103-108 cu ft
Cargo volume: 40 cu ft
Curb weight (C/D est): 3800-4075 lb

C/D TEST RESULTS:
Zero to 60 mph: 7.3 sec
Zero to 100 mph: 18.7 sec
Zero to 110 mph: 24.0 sec
Rolling start, 5-60 mph: 7.9 sec
Top gear, 30-50 mph: 3.9 sec
Top gear, 50-70 mph: 4.9 sec
Standing ¼-mile: 15.6 sec @ 92 mph
Top speed (governor limited): 119 mph
Braking, 70-0 mph: 178 ft
Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.78 g
Tested vehicle: 2015 Nissan Murano Platinum AWD

FUEL ECONOMY:
EPA city/highway driving: 21/28 mpg

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