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Top 5 Reasons to Drive a 2016 Nissan Murano

If you want to drive a crossover that is flat out sexy – drive the 2016 Nissan Murano. The interior has been designed to be the cutting edge of modern luxury. They managed to combine sophistication with trendy so that you never feel as though you are stepping into a boring luxury model, nor do you feel as though you are sacrificing one second of luxurious options.

The all New 2016 Nissan Murano

This is the best of both worlds that everyone from Millennials to Gen X and even Boomers can appreciate. The little things are what make a difference, such as the leather trim on the doors and a plush leather-wrapped steering wheel that feels like your favorite pair of gloves. It also has a simple yet functional dash that blends together perfectly to create the Murano’s incredible style.

They even added Zero Gravity seats in the front, making both the driving and riding experience superior to anything you have become accustomed to.

Features of the 2016 Nissan Murano

There are three main trim levels to the new Murano – the S, SV, and SL. The price difference between the base and top model is less than $8,000 so buying one with the top-of-the-line features is relatively easy and affordable. Even if you purchase the SL, you are still going to pay less than if you were to buy a luxury vehicle with similar features. Your new Murano can come with:

  • Bluetooth
  • Ability to stream your music
  • Navigation
  • Leather, heated seats for more comfort *on the SL model
  • Nissan Intelligent® Key
  • Remote start for convenience
  • Premium audio system from Bose® *on the SL model
  • Climate control (dual zone)
  • Ambient interior lights
  • 18” alloy wheels
  • V6 engine
  • USB ports
  • Around View® Monitor
  • Power drive seats that are adjustable eight ways

Why Everybody Loves the 2016 Nissan Murano

It’s powerful: A V6 engine and 260 horsepower means that this puppy goes and gets there quickly. Thanks to aerodynamics that rival any sports car, the wind won’t slow you down in either the 2016 or 2015 Nissan Murano.

You’ll stay connected: Nissan went all out when designing the 2016 Nissan Murano. There is a USB port for both the driver in the front and the passengers in the backseat so that you can stay connected with all of your devices. Plus, you can even project what is on your phone to the center screen. Play a cartoon for your kiddos, stream the latest music video, or flip through your vacation photos from the road. Plus, with the new features built into the touchscreen display, it feels like you are handling a smartphone when playing a video, checking the weather, traffic report and more.

Sleek exterior design: A moonroof stretching from the front to back and modern, sleek lines make the exterior of the 2016 Murano really stand out. Combined with colors and shades that scream modern sophistication, you will be amazed by how incredible you look driving down the road.2016 Murano

Your passengers will enjoy the ride: The 2016 Nissan Murano was designed with your passengers in mind as well. They can have their own heated seats and even recline while on the road. With their own USB ports they can stay connected and more space between the driver and passenger, they have a clear view out the front window. Designed for comfort and conversation, the experience your passengers have will finally feel like the one you get from the front seat.

More Reasons to Love the 2016 Murano

The Murano has a ton of cargo space. If you have the backseat up, you still get 45 inches of space which is plenty to go and grab groceries for the family or even to buy some home essentials. If you are making a trip to Ikea, you should be able to fit your new furniture comfortably by simply folding down one or both of the backseats. It has a 60/40 split so that you can get more hauling space while still driving around your spouse and two kids. In fact, you get 74.4 inches of cargo space by simply folding one seat down.

  • MSRP that starts a little over $29,000
  • Great gas mileage with 21mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway. For a crossover that looks more like an SUV than a car, that is incredible gas mileage and sure to save your family money over any older or traditional SUV.
  • Sharp styling, fluid lines and a modern exterior make this a crossover that will stand out on the road. You will never need to worry about your family’s ride getting lost in the parking lot. Instead, you can expect to get glances as you drive by.
  • It seats five comfortably with plenty of space for your passengers.
  • The Murano is packed with safety features include a blind spot monitor, vehicle dynamic control, ABS brakes, an advanced airbag system, predictive collision warning, brake assist in case you don’t respond in time, Snug Kids safety features, and more.

Information Where you Need it

Most car manufacturers have designed the center display to provide information on everything from where you need to go to the music you are listening to. The problem with navigation and other information being in the center of the dash is that you have to look to the side while driving. That is certainly not the safest option.

Nissan has made a subtle change that makes all of the difference. In addition to having the center display, you can also view everything you need right in front of you. By adding a second display, the driver can get turn by turn directions, see what is playing on satellite radio and more – all while looking straight ahead to the same area you look to for monitoring your speed. It’s smart and easy.

This year’s model also has an optional feature called the Around View Monitor. Instead of being a standard backup camera, this provides you with a 360 view of what is happening around you. Now you are sure to see everything, including cars that could be trying to sneak into your space.

The 2016 Murano is Unique

If you want something that feels better, looks better, and handles better than your standard crossover – head to a Nissan dealership. You will be blown away by the modern look and feel of the redesigned Murano.