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Nissan Announces Pricing For 2020 Murano

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This popular mid-size crossover continues to age gracefully.

Currently in its third generation, the Nissan Murano rolls into the 2020 model year largely unchanged from last year when it received a significant mid-life refresh. Nissan has just announced official pricing for the 2020 Murano and, as expected, it's slightly higher than the outgoing model year. The 2020 Nissan Murano S FWD has an MSRP of $31,530. To directly compare, the 2019 Murano S FWD began at $31,370. What does the additional $160 get you? Nothing specific. It's called inflation.

However, the 2020 Murano adds expanded availability of Nissan Safety Shield 360, which consists of six advanced active safety and driver-assist technologies. There are some additional upgrades for 2020 as well, such as reconfigured option packages. SV, SL, and Platinum trim levels also receive upgraded standard equipment.

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There's also one new exterior color: Super Black. The most expensive 2020 Murano is the Platinum AWD, which begins at $45,330. It's also important to note that none of the above prices include the $1,045 destination fee, which is attached to all trims. Under the hood lies the familiar and respected naturally aspirated 3.5-liter V6 producing 260 horsepower and paired to the Xtronic transmission. Yes, it's a CVT. Front-wheel-drive is standard while all-wheel drive can be added to every trim level for an additional $1,600.

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The Nissan Murano is part of a crowded and highly competitive mid-size crossover segment. Direct rivals include the Ford Edge, Chevrolet Equinox, Honda Pilot, and Hyundai Santa Fe. Last year, Nissan sold a total of 83,547 Murano crossovers in the US. To compare, Ford sold 134,122 Edge crossovers in the same period. The Honda Pilot? 159,615 units in 2018. Nissan's mid-cycle update certainly helped, but the Murano's basic underpinnings still date back to 2015. We expect a complete redesign to arrive by around 2021.

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