Published On: Thu, Mar 29th, 2018
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2018 Nissan Murano in Depth: A High-Value Player in the High-Stakes Crossover Game

What’s New for 2018?

Nissan has made improvements to the Murano’s active safety offerings for 2018: most notably, automated emergency braking and forward-collision warning are now standard across the range. Blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert are now standard on midrange SV models, and adaptive cruise control is now optional on the SV and standard on the SL and Platinum trims. A redesigned center console on all Muranos increases storage capacity, and navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and an 8.0-inch infotainment touchscreen are standard. The SV gains an auto-dimming rearview mirror with an integrated HomeLink garage-door opener, and the SV Premium package adds a 360-degree exterior-camera system, a driver-attention monitor, adaptive cruise control, and 18-inch wheels. The upscale SL and Platinum trims receive a power-operated rear liftgate with kick-to-open access. The SL gains heated rear seats and steering wheel; a panoramic sunroof is now standard on the Platinum. The Midnight Edition package is new to SL models and adds dark-toned exterior accents.
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2018 Nissan Murano in Depth: A High-Value Player in the High-Stakes Crossover Game