The Nissan Murano starts at $32,315, including $1,045 for destination.
My Murano SL tester comes in at $42,885.
Fully loaded, the Murano can approach $47,000.
All Muranos come with a 3.5-liter V6 mated to a CVT transmission.
Both front- and all-wheel drive Muranos get 20 miles per gallon in the city and 28 mpg highway. I saw 25.8 mpg after 337 miles of testing.
The Murano's party piece is its ultra-comfortable seats. The cabin is spacious, as well.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto come standard on an 8-inch touchscreen. Satellite radio and two USB-C ports are also standard.
The only standard driver-assistance feature is collision-mitigation braking, but my tester also features adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams, traffic sign recognition, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert and rear automatic braking.
There's up to 32.1 cubic feet of cargo space behind the back seats and 67 cubic feet with the second row folded. That's spacious, but rather small for the class.
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