Nissan redesigns the Murano, shaving its mass, sculpting the body, and letting more light into the cabin.
The 2015 Nissan Murano debuts with its lighter, more muscular Resonance Concept styling largely intact.
The redesigned crossover appears to have been hitting the gym, boasting more a muscular design than any previous generation.
Nissan's crossover sheds a few pounds for the New York auto show and debuts a more open and airy cabin.
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This year's New York auto show saw a slew of everyday, practical cars, but also featured a streak of passion.
It's been a hectic few days of unveilings in New York. Join us for a look back at some of the biggest cars of the show.
For the New York auto show, opening this week, automakers have lined up a wide range of new models for every consumer need.
Love it or hate it, because the price is too high to just like it.
Nissan chopped the top off its Murano, coming up with the first convertible crossover, an odd-looking vehicle that combines open-top driving with a high riding position.
One of the oddest inventions from Nissan, the CrossCabriolet starts off as a Murano SUV, but then gets its roof removed. The result is a convertible with a high seating position, a unique, but not pretty, concoction.