Nissan added the Murano crossover sport utility vehicle to its lineup in December 2002. Infiniti, Nissans luxury division, soon followed with its FX35 and FX45, two other crossover vehicles that blend the virtues of several body styles into a single model.Specifically designed and engineere... Read Full Report
I love the way this vehicle looks. The marketing term Nissan coined to describe it is "The Urban SUV." It's sleek, modern and sophisticated. Not everyone sees it the way I do, however. A friend of mine commented that its shape is reminiscent of a shoe. I don't agree with her about that, but considering the fact that I spend so much time in my car, I think I might qualify as the little... Read full review for the 2004 Nissan Murano
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We purchased this car new in late 2004 and have been very happy with the car since day one. As owners of several small suv's over the years we've had a lot to compare this car to, and overall it's the... Read Full Review
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