It is obvious that a new vehicle is released its makers see to it that it is enhanced in every aspect starting from an increased engine power to mileage, a luxurious cabin to driving dynamics and an innovative front fascia design to upgraded taillights. This keeps the buyers interested and its market alive while it waits for the next generation.
And it is also a practice that the maker raises the price of the new vehicle and the same is applicable to the New 2015 Murano crossover and it sports several unique upgrades over its previous models, but the price rise is not more than a grand in all trim levels.
The starting price of the Murano S with front-wheel drive is $30,445. Buy paying $33, 505 you can get the Murano SV, and it will give you navigation, touch screen entertainment power seats, remote ignition, fog lamps roof rack and leather encased steering wheel. The Murano SL will be available for $37, 835, and it has upholstery in leather, heated front seats, 11 Bose speakers, exterior mirrors, around view monitor of Nissan, and blind spot monitoring.
Top of the heap reins the Platinum grade and it will cost you $41,485 and it offers you 20-inch wheels, heated and cooled seats, LED headlamps, power folding seats in second row, heated rear seats and power adjustable steering. If you are opting for the all-wheel-drive and you shall pay $1600 more irrespective of which trim, you buy.
Customer options catalog is quite limited and the navigation costs $895 for the S model, premium paint for all models will cost $395, and the SV has a premium package costing $2, 200. If you opt for the technology package, it will cost you $2,600 for both the Platinum and SL models. The price range pretty much falls into the range of the Pathfinder with three rows now the decision is yours.