It was a fickle February week that I spent time in the 2016 Nissan Murano. I’m talking snow, rain and unseasonably warm weather in the span of seven days.
While that type of weather is sure to make you sick if you’re not consistently wearing a jacket and a scarf; it did allow me to experience the Nissan Murano in a variety of elements and I have to see it consistently performed each time.
This midsize crossover vehicle offers ample room for all passengers. You’ll see in the Instagram video below, it even has a solid amount of cargo space for large-size luggage, groceries or whatever else you’re lugging around.
In addition to space, the Murano has comfortable seats. The interior elements are thoughtfully executed and of course, you can never go wrong with a moon-roof.
Finally, a USB port in standard in all of the Muranos; but you’ll love performing carpool karaoke with the 11-speaker Bose audio system featured in the vehicle.
Its V6-powered engine was great for the drive—and no matter whether it was snow-covered roads or when it rained, the drive of the Murano was consistent and I felt safe.
While the 2016 model hasn’t been redesigned from its previous year, you can still appreciate the exterior styling and striking accents featured that give the crossover a more premium feel. And speaking of premium, the Murano comes in four different trims: S, SV, SL and Platinum. That variety of trims have the cost of the vehicle jump from $29,000 to $39,000 on average.[divider]
Spin Control: It has a bold design for its class; respectable on gas with MPG of 21 city/28 highway; comfort and functionality. If you decide to get the Murano, upgrade your trim to make the investment worth it.
Status: B LIST[divider]
WATCH: Check out the inside look into the 2016 Nissan Murano below. If you have questions about the car, go to Instagram.com/JawnMurray and posts comments under the vehicle.