New York 2014: 2015 Nissan Murano Revealed

Derek Kreindler
by Derek Kreindler

Details are scant, but here are first photos of the 2015 Nissan Murano.

While the Rogue is based on the global X-Trail, the Murano will have a standard V6 engine and is focused on markets that favor larger crossovers, like Russia and China. Expect more details at the New York Auto Show, which starts Wednesday.





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  • Sportyaccordy Sportyaccordy on Apr 14, 2014

    I like it, headlights included. Best looking Murano yet.

    • Lie2me Lie2me on Apr 14, 2014

      I agree that it's the best looking Murano yet, but that's not saying much

  • MRF 95 T-Bird MRF 95 T-Bird on Apr 15, 2014

    The center grill which seems to be the new Nissan corporate theme on this, the new Rouge and proposed next generation Maxima looks like a tongue sticking out at you. If the 1st generation Subaru Tribeca front end was called the flying vagina can this be called the Miley?

  • Duke Woolworth Weight 4800# as I recall.
  • Kwik_Shift_Pro4X '19 Nissan Frontier @78000 miles has been oil changes ( eng/ diffs/ tranny/ transfer). Still on original brakes and second set of tires.
  • ChristianWimmer I have a 2018 Mercedes A250 with almost 80,000 km on the clock and a vintage ‘89 Mercedes 500SL R129 with almost 300,000 km.The A250 has had zero issues but the yearly servicing costs are typically expensive from this brand - as expected. Basic yearly service costs around 400 Euros whereas a more comprehensive servicing with new brake pads, spark plugs plus TÜV etc. is in the 1000+ Euro region.The 500SL servicing costs were expensive when it was serviced at a Benz dealer, but they won’t touch this classic anymore. I have it serviced by a mechanic from another Benz dealership who also owns an R129 300SL-24 and he’ll do basic maintenance on it for a mere 150 Euros. I only drive the 500SL about 2000 km a year so running costs are low although the fuel costs are insane here. The 500SL has had two previous owners with full service history. It’s been a reliable car according to the records. The roof folding mechanism needs so adjusting and oiling from time to time but that’s normal.
  • Theflyersfan I wonder how many people recalled these after watching EuroCrash. There's someone one street over that has a similar yellow one of these, and you can tell he loves that car. It was just a tough sell - too expensive, way too heavy, zero passenger space, limited cargo bed, but for a chunk of the population, looked awesome. This was always meant to be a one and done car. Hopefully some are still running 20 years from now so we have a "remember when?" moment with them.
  • Lorenzo A friend bought one of these new. Six months later he traded it in for a Chrysler PT Cruiser. He already had a 1998 Corvette, so I thought he just wanted more passenger space. It turned out someone broke into the SSR and stole $1500 of tools, without even breaking the lock. He figured nobody breaks into a PT Cruiser, but he had a custom trunk lock installed.
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