2014 Nissan Murano consumer reviews

$28,530–$30,320 MSRP range
side view of 2014 Murano Nissan
93% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.7
  • Interior design 4.6
  • Performance 4.7
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.7
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This car is in excellent condition with only 28,000 miles. New Cooper tires. Only selling because we have a small garage. Plan to buy a Nissan Rogue to replace it. Car Fax report shows 2 owner, but I am the original owner. Was registered in Iowa, then Texas and because of this shows 2 owner. Very reliable vehicle; have all maintenance records to pass on to new owner.


Reliable car, but as your family grows...

This car satisfies most needs with fair seating and tech and trunk space, but as your family grows you realize the need for a bigger car


Great mid size suv

Excellent vehicle. Smooth ride, powerful v6, roomy and comfortable. Sporty yet rugged enough to handle New England weather. Handles well with good acceleration. Overall an outstanding cuv/suv.


Very reliable - Gives me peace of mind

I love my Murano. Has lots of room inside even for second row passenger?s legs. The ride is very smooth. Outside styling is very modern.


Outstanding vehicle

Most comfortable and reliable for all purposes. Great value, good quality with outstanding parts and service costs. Fits comfortably 5 adults with luggage with reasonable fuel consumption.


Worst drive

Very rough ride. Might as well be a 4 cylinder. Loved my 2011 Murano, hate the 2014. Drives like a truck. Very noisy. It?s a great looking SUV.


2014 packs a lot of value

Even though it is the 'older' body style, use that to your advantage and get a car that is really nice at a great price. Rides smooth (like the new ones). Has great power (like the new ones). Left me with several thousand $$ in my pocket (not like the new ones).



Overall, the Murano is a solid choice if you're looking for a comfortable, high-end cabin paired with ample engine power and nimble cornering. Drivers who like a little fun behind the wheel should find it in the Murano. It has sharp handling and plenty of power from its 3.5-liter V6 engine. A continuously variable transmission (CVT), which functions like an automatic, is standard. The CVT makes good use of the engine's power, and it operates smoothly, unlike some other CVTs. The Murano gets up to 18 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway, which is typical for a midsize SUV. Front-wheel drive is standard.


Love This Car!

The leather seats are very comfortable, the dash is conveniently laid out and the car is very stylish on the outside and the backup camera is great!


Yay meee!!

Smooth, handles well! Love the color and interior! Room enough for everyone. Just what we were looking for to navigate the rural back roads and dodge horse and buggies!!