Nissan's crossover has an interior that made dealers "fall out of their seats they were so excited."
The redesigned 2015 Nissan Murano will debut at the New York Auto Show in April, according to an Edmunds report. The new crossover will be a toned down version of this beautiful 2013 Detroit concept - the Resonance - and will no longer be offered in the useless CrossCabriolet model. It will be fitted with two rows of seats, as well as interior design that Nissan executives promise will be very 'exciting' and 'encouraging.'
Nissan has yet to announce pricing for the new CUV, but we expect it to have its sights on the Ford Edge, Toyota Venza and Honda CR-V. The crossover will be built on the front-wheel drive platform of the Altima, Pathfinder and new Maxima, and should also be offered with a hybrid model further down the line. The gasoline engine is likely to be Nissan's 3.5-liter V6, which makes 270 horsepower in other company models. After its unveiling in New York, it should hit dealerships in the fall of this year.