Review: Nissan Murano (2005 – 2008)

Rating:

Road-biased 4x4 that's stuffed to the rafters with luxury kit.

No diesel. 350Z sourced petrol V6 is thirsty. Not much good off road.

Recently Added To This Review

1 July 2006

Turbocharged Murano GT-C shown at July 2006 London Motor Show. Had 340PS at 6000rpm, and 265lb ft of torque at a low 3600rpm – enough to rocket the 1,885kg Murano GT-C to 60mph in an estimated 7.0seconds... Read more

22 May 2005

Has 240PS 3.5 litre V6 from 350Z and X-Tronic 6-speed CVT combined with X-Trail's well-proven electronic four-wheel-drive system. This includes a centre diff lock plus Nissan's ESP+ system for added... Read more

15 October 2004

On sale in UK at £29,800. Read more

Nissan Murano (2005 – 2008): At A Glance

What does a Nissan Murano (2005 – 2008) cost?

Real MPG average for a Nissan Murano (2005 – 2008)

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Average performance

106%

Real MPG

22–25 mpg

MPGs submitted

5

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Can I convert my Nissan Murano to LPG?

Is there any problem in converting my 2005 Nissan Murano 3.5L CVT to run on LPG? I have heard that the valve seats could wear prematurely - can this be avoided? If OK, what system would you recommend?
I don't recommend LPG conversions on engines with variable valve timing.
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