What’s new on the 2018 Nissan Murano?
The Nissan Murano isn’t due for a full redesign, but that doesn’t mean the 2018 models haven’t gone through a few exciting changes! If you’re a shopper who is looking for a midsize crossover that doesn’t skimp on the base trim amenities then you’ll be pleased with the 2018 Nissan Murano.
Below are the new features included on all trims:
- Forward Collision Warning
- Automatic Emergency Braking
The Murano has long been a popular choice with drivers looking for a car that has a well-equipped and luxurious feel (minus the luxury brand price), so it’s important for this model to stay attractive and competitive with a solid list of standard features. We simply love that Nissan makes these offerings available to all interested in the Murano and not just those eyeing the top Platinum trim.
If you’re looking to keep your monthly payment for buying or leasing a Murano as low as possible, the base S trim is the obvious option. Along with the new features we just mentioned, you’ll also get Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, Bluetooth (necessary if you don’t have an iPhone or Android), and 8-inch touchscreen.
Your short commutes around the Baxter, Pequot Lakes, Little Falls, or Breezy Point areas or long-distance travels outside the state will be incredibly comfortable as well, thanks to the standard Zero Gravy Seats that use NASA technology!
To check out the 2018 Nissan Murano trim levels, stop in and see us at Tanner Nissan, located in Brainerd, MN to get out on a test drive! We can even help you compare the 2019 Nissan Rogue and Nissan Murano to find the Nissan SUV that’s right for you!