2018 Nissan Murano Changes
The main changes for Murano 2018 are inside: the interior has received a slightly redesigned center console for better ergonomics. The other changes are connected with the trim levels, the basic one is now way better than before, features 8-inch touchscreen multimedia with navigation, automatic emergency braking, forward collision alert. The second trim called SV now get cross traffic alert system, which also bump the price by $880. SL trim additionally get power liftgate and adaptive cruise control, which gains the price by $950. The price of top trim level, Platinum, jump to $42,955 which means $2,370 increase compared to the 2017 model year car.
The options throughout trim levels are the following:
- SV Premium package (adaptive cruise control, 11-speaker premium audio, heated seats, 18-inch rims) for SV trim;
- SL Moonroof package;
- SL Midnight Edition.
2018 Nissan Murano Specs
The 2018 Murano is still equipped with the same V6 engine as before, with 3.5-liter displacement, producing 260 HP and 240 ft-lb of torque. Similar engine installed in a wide range of Nissan and Infiniti models. The only possible choice for transmission is a CVT. The car is equipped with front-wheel drive, while the AWD transmission is an option for extra $1,600.