Review: Nissan Murano (2008 – 2011)
Comfortable SUV, reasonable performance, pleasant and easy to drive, 2.5-litre diesel finally introduced in 2010.
Petrol model is bulky and thirsty, big triangular blindspot at base of nearside pillar, diesel expensive at £37,950.
Nissan Murano (2008 – 2011): At A Glance
- Insurance Group 33
- On average it achieves 93% of the official MPG figure
Nissan claims its Murano to be the first full-size crossover. It's good looking and luxurious, but bulk and difficult to judge due to big triangular blindspot opposite the driver. Diesel from September 2010 partly solves the thirst and emissions problems and is decently refined, but the more compact Infiniti EX 3.0d with V6 235PS diesel makes more sense.
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Real MPG average for a Nissan Murano (2008 – 2011)
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