The Nissan Murano was just redesigned for the 2009 model year, leaving us with no changes for the 2010 Murano. The consolation is that the 2009 Murano is still being praised for its interior, exterior, and performance refinements, not to mention its competitive base price. The engine for the Murano is a 3.5-liter 265-horsepower V6 engine that almost every reviewer praises for its enjoyable driving experience and impeccable performance.
The only change the 2010 Murano has is that its LE trim is now available with both front- and all-wheel drive. The exterior has a more polished look, but the grille received some criticism. Inside, the 2010 Murano's interior is more upscale and better equipped than its predecessor. It continues to emphasize comfort and functionality, but this SUV features two rows not three.