2022 Nissan Murano Pricing And New Package Revealed

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The Murano has always been a solid choice.

Nissan, like most other manufacturers, is trying to find a balance between keeping its current lineup of cars relevant and competitive while looking towards the future, and more importantly, electrifying its product range. The Japanese manufacturer yesterday announced that it will launch 23 new electrified models before 2030, and in the same breath, is selling the cheapest four-door sedan in the US - the humble Nissan Versa. Stuck in the middle of these two extremes sits the Nissan Murano, a midsize crossover that makes up a significant chunk of Nissan's overall sales. Pricing for the 2022 model has just been announced, along with the new Midnight Edition package.


The Murano might not be the most exciting thing on four wheels, but Nissan hopes to change that perception with the new appearance package. This adds exterior features such as a blackout front grille, lower fascia, and exterior trim, plus gloss black 20-inch alloy wheels. This package is available on both front- and all-wheel-drive models. The SV trim also benefits from standard leatherette upholstery for the new year, along with a set of heated front seats. The interior of the 2022 Murano also includes features such as advanced Zero Gravity front and outboard rear seating and an optional panoramic sunroof. All models come standard with the NissanConnect infotainment software which includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as an eight-inch touch display. The SL and higher trims gain standard navigation.

2021-2022 Nissan Murano Central Console Nissan
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The Murano is powered by a naturally-aspirated 3.5-liter V6 engine producing 260 horses. Power is set to the front, or all four wheels, via an Xtronic transmission with D-Step Logic. The 2022 Murano starts off with an MSRP of $32,910 for the base S FWD model. The SV FWD trim will set you back $36,450 and the SL FWD $40,410. The Murano Platinum FWD goes for $44,460. AWD models are slightly dearer, with the S AWD coming in at $34,610. The SV AWD costs $38,150, the SL AWD $42,110, and the range-topping Platinum AWD is priced at $46,160. Nissan charges an additional $1,175 for destination and handling.

2021-2022 Nissan Murano Driving Front Angle Nissan
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