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2024 Nissan Murano Release Date: When Will the 2024 Nissan Murano Be Released? – The new generation Nissan Murano was unveiled in April 2014. This makes the Japanese SUV among the most seasoned vehicles on the market across the United States. It appears that Nissan isn’t planning to stop selling the model at present, when the vehicle enters 2024, which will see a model year that has the simplest trim options and price tags that are slightly higher.
It’s likely to be important to begin with the announcement that the Murano will not be accessible in the standard S level. The Murano is scheduled to be retired by 2024 models, making the SV the model that will be introduced as an entry-level. When it is equipped with front-wheel drive the SV has a base price of $39,255. That is $760 more expensive than that of the model that was launched in 2023, the Murano SV. Keep in mind that a large portion of this increase is from the slightly increased cost for the destination, which is $1,335 up from the previous year’s $1,295. Here is the complete price list for 2024 Murano in which prices are provided including the destination fee.
There’s nothing to say about the latest improvements for the version, other than the traditional panoramic roof on the Murano SL. Furthermore, based upon the specifications it can come outfitted with a 20-inches wheel and leather-trimmed seats that feature diamond-quilted inserts and wooden-look trims, and ambient LED lighting in the cabin as well as a high-end Bose audio system that has 11 speakers. They are in addition to the prior model year’s LED headlights and taillights as well as the dual-zone automated climate control as well and the NissanConnect infotainment system, which includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. Nissan Safety Shield 360 is the Nissan Safety Shield 360 suite of security and assistance options available on all trims.
The interior of the Murano is comfortable sufficient and well-equipped however, the style is old-fashioned. The Platinum test car was fitted with soft leather for the seat, the door panels, and the armrests, as they had darker teak-wood accents. Front-seat passengers should be able to locate a comfortable seating spot within the highly cushioned seats. The rear seat passengers will be treated to an extremely comfortable bench that is padded with plenty of cushions. The cargo compartment of the Murano is not as large for its class and is a bit small, so it’s no surprise that behind the rear seats, we were able to accommodate only nine suitcases for carry-on when its competitors had greater capacity. With its rear seat secured, it was able to fit 26 suitcases within the cabin. The majority of interior storage cubby bins aren’t even in size except for the glovebox of Murano, which is massive.
All Murano models come with the 8.0-inch touchscreen with color that runs Nissan’s NissanConnect information and entertainment system. Navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and SiriusXM along with Travel Link news and weather updates are now standard throughout the entire range. The Murano comes with both USB-A and USB-C ports. It also has one on the rear of the console, so passengers in the back can charge their mobiles.
The engine that is under the hood, it’s an old 3.5-liter V6 gas engine with variable valve timing for an output that is 265 horsepower. It can send power through either the front wheel or both axles based on the specifications.
Each Murano remains powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 260 horsepower and 240 pounds-feet of torque. Continuously variable transmission belts transfer energy from engines to the front wheel in a standard configuration. A complete all-wheel drive option on any model adds another $1700 to the final cost. Each Murano includes Nissan Safety Shield 360, which includes emergency braking with automatic that detects pedestrians, automated high beam aid, blind spot warning, and lane departure alert as well as rear cross-traffic warning and reverse automated brakes. The car comes with an intelligent forward collision alert system too and Nissan claims is an industry-exclusive feature.
The initial Murano generation was five years in the market. The next generation took six. It’s now in its 10th model year. Additionally, the Murano has once more earned Top Safety Pick+ honors from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. We’d love to hear the saying that you shouldn’t fix the things that aren’t broken. 2024 Nissan Murano Release Date
The 2024 Nissan Murano is on sale today. Prices (including the $1,335 delivery) will be as follows:
- 2024 Nissan Murano SV: $39,255
- 2024 Nissan Murano SL: $43,215
- 2024 Nissan Murano Platinum: $47,265