2011 NISSAN MURANO
Bought it for its gas millage, it's space, comfort and reliability.
Great head, should and leg room in front and back seat area. Spacious trunk. Excellent sound system. Not fancy but gets the job done.. Nice tight ride.
by NORMAN ROBINSON
2003 NISSAN MURANO
Low miles, great condition, needed awd.
If you want peace of mind, get a Carfax report.
2012 NISSAN MURANO
Wonderful SUV and very conformable! This is my 2nd Murano!
2006 NISSAN MURANO
The lack of shifting noise in CVT is wonderful. In 2006 the electronics were poor. Not like today's stuff. The CVT was recalled but we had no issues with it at the time. Nissan replaced it for free -- but two months latter the CVT control module failed. THAT we had to pay for and it wasn't cheap. If they would have left the CVT stuff alone I bet the control module would not have failed -- costing us $280 extra. Nissan service confuses automaton robotic thank you's and and false courtesy for real service quality when a dime is concerned. As contented Nissan buyers in the past we are rethinking Ford instead of Nissan's fatheaded short-sighted ignorance and false concern about their customers.
by WM CF CLARK
2006 NISSAN MURANO
I bought the Murano because it's suits my lifestyle and gave me more room than the car I had before. I coach sports and also enjoy all the deluxe features of this vehicle.
by Dave R
2007 NISSAN MURANO
Knew previous owner, got a good deal,low miles
More interior room than looks like.
Gas milage 17/22.
Comfortable smaller vehicle for larger folks.
Havent owned it long enough for any maintenance issue comments.
2004 NISSAN MURANO
Love this car it looks great and its comfortable my kids love the space and the gps is a great help, it's so smooth the only thing i don't really like is the sound it makes when the Ac is on from inside and especially the outside but overall I've had no problem with it, so if you ask me if I'll recommend it, it's a YES!
by noemi mendoza
Used Nissan Murano Information
The Murano was the first crossover SUV produced by Japanese auto maker Nissan for the United States, debuting in model year 2003. With enough room for five people, an average fuel economy of 20 mpg, and a price tag below $25,000 for most used models, a used Nissan Murano is a great option for any family looking for a good overall value vehicle.
First generation Nissan Muranos for sale were produced from model year 2003 through 2007. One of the defining features of these earliest editions was the independent suspension, which makes the vehicle handle especially well and ride smoothly. If you like winners, keep an eye out for the 2007 Murano which won the best premium mid-size SUV award from Auto Pacific.
You won't find any 2008 Murano's for sale because Nissan chose to take the year to redesign and launch the second generation for the 2009 model year. Waiting for the updated model was worth it. The new Murano came with more horsepower and was slightly longer than the original, but the height and width stayed almost the same. You'll likely find second generation Nissan Murano vehicles with upgraded technology, leather seats, power rear lift gate and rain-sensing windshield wipers.
If safety is one of your top priorities, rest assured the Murano can deliver. Look for the 2010 model as it received top ratings from both the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) that year.
Starting in 2011, Nissan produced the CrossCabriolet model of the Murano, a convertible edition that added some fun to this already popular crossover SUV. The third generation of Nissan Murano's began with 2015, but featured mainly cosmetic updates such as a smoother front face of the vehicle and overall lighter weight.