Nissan Murano alternatives
Latest model: Nissan Murano 2012
Nissan Murano, the luxury crossover, is more premium than ever. Upgrades to the dashboard, revisions to the tail-lights, a new layout of alloy wheel and changes to the instrumentation improve even further the already high levels of convenience and style found in Nissan's main model.
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The majority of the changes take place inside the well-appointed cab. More sophisticated white lighting (replacing the orange used previously) and updated lettering option on the instrument dials. At the same time, the centre stack surround is now better integrated into the cab by being finished in the same colour as the rest of the dash.
Perhaps the most obvious change, though, is to the leather bench facing and the leather on the door panels which now use pleated stitching rather than the ruched effect seen previously. In the back compartment, the auxillary DVD display previously mounted in the roof has been replaced by two individual diplays integrated into the back of the front seatings headrest.
External changes include new tail-lights which have a strong visual link to the lamps found on Qashqai and which option a clear arrowhead lens outside the red lens section. Two new metallic body colors - Pearl White and Graphite Blue - contrast with a new five V-spoke layout of 18-inch alloy. The stylish five twin-spoke layout on the 20-inch wheel remains unchanged.