The Nissan Murano will be remembered as one of the first to hit the road back in 2003 as a trendy crossover. While the 2011 Murano is technically still in its second generation, Nissan's given it a mid-cycle refresh, complete with the addition of an SV trim and an updated exterior and interior. The exterior of the Murano is an altered front end that has already debuted in other parts of the world and is finally making its way to the United States.
The exterior has a modern feel and look to it, with the front fascia featuring a new grille, more pronounced lines on the lower bumper cover, and redesigned foglight housings. The new mid-level SV trim comes equipped with a driver's seat with power lumbar support, an LCD screen, and a host of other technological upgrade that will surely lend a hand to this crossover's success.