Fast Cars: 2015 Nissan Murano: Almost Everything you Have Ever Wanted to Know

Fast Cars: 2015 Nissan Murano: Almost Everything you Have Ever Wanted to Know

Awesome fast car review: 2015 Nissan Murano: Almost Everything you Have Ever Wanted to Know

( ) The brand new 2015 Nissan Murano is coming soon to a Nissan dealership near you. With a completely redesigned interior and futuristic exterior, Nissan claims they have redefined the Crossover. Join us to see if they are right as Roman find out almost everything you ever wanted to know about the new 2015 Nissan Murano.

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50 Replies to “Fast Cars: 2015 Nissan Murano: Almost Everything you Have Ever Wanted to Know”

  1. I own a 2005 Nissan Murano SL AWD with all the bells and whistles with a 100K on it. I love it. Bought it new , it Looks & runs like new. I took a 2018 Murano Platinum AWD for a test drive last week. It’s awesome. All the bells and whistles that a luxury crossover has without the price. Muranos drive like a sedan because it sits on a Maxima chassis. It’s safety is 5 star. If your looking for a crossover that has it all and in many cases offers more for less. Take a test drive and save yourself 15K / 20K . I’m buying the Platinum AWD and will keep my 2005 because the blue book value can’t compare to the real value. Lexus RX 350, Volvo XC 60, BMW X3 has nothing on the Murano except a lot high sticker price. To me they are very expensive penis extensions with a brand name… I don’t need one. I did my research when I bought my 2005 and did some more to convince myself that I will indeed buy the right vehicle again for its performance, cost, safety and luxury. The CVT is awesome. Nissan has many years invested in it design to perfection.

  2. Beautiful car! Wrong color interior. That light color interior shows dirt immediately. Looked at a new one on the lot and the steering wheel looked like it came from a used car. I hit my head on the rear door. Did not go up high enough for me. That may be adjustable. I could live with that though. North of $40,000! Mother of toilet seat is what I call that plastic. Nice car though!

  3. 2012's platinum edition was the best design.. I hope they go back to the rounder features as they age better than these sharp lined styles.. They Rogued this version.

  4. I know the looks seems very weird but I actually love the design of this car. It's really an eye catcher on the road. It's not for everyone of course but to me it looks great. The Murano always had a different look than the standard SUVs.. this one is no different. Love the aggresive line.

  5. If you knew that you would have to spend an additional 25% of the original price to correct a defective product, would you buy it?

    Such is my case with Nissan. In 2008, my wife and I bought a Nissan Altima at approximately $20K. Last week, the “check engine light” came on. I took it to the dealership and was informed that the CVT transmission needs to be replaced at an estimated cost of almost $5K. I also found out that Nissan CVT has been problematic resulting in Nissan’s decision to extend the warranty from 5 year/60,000 miles to 10 years/120,000 miles. My CVT transmission broke down at 123K. I contacted Nissan and opened a case (#197800-86). Nissan Consumer affairs called me back and informed me that they will NOT cover the cost of repairing the defective transmission.

    As a long-term Nissan customer, I am very angry and disappointed with Nissan’s decision and its failure to take responsibility for its defective product. It is clear that the arbitrary 10 year/120,000 mile warranty extension, while designed to minimize risk for Nissan, does nothing help a consumer who faultlessly put their trust in Nissan by buying the product. As an Engineer, I have worked on a variety of highly complex products and understand that product defects do occur. As such, I do not fault Nissan for the defects since it was not life-threatening to me and my family.

    What perplexes me, is the unwillingness and patent inability to accept responsibility for the defective transmission, which per Nissan dealership’s estimate, will cost approximately $5K to repair (25% of the original purchase price of the car). Which brings me back to the original question: If you knew that you would have to spend an additional 25% of the price to correct a defective, would you buy it? As one who has put his faith in the Nissan brand and the integrity of it leadership, it is my hope that the initial decision not to take responsibility for the defective CVT and the manner in which I have been treated by Nissan is aberration. I hope Nissan will reverse course and take responsibility for the repair of the defective CVT Transmission. Human decency calls for such an action and it is my hope that Nissan will reverse course and do the right thing as expected by a decent company such as yours.

  6. I have had it for a month now, and I love it. I have got a lot compliments on its looks. I had an infinity g37x, and this Murano drives better. Better than Lexus RX.

  7. The front of the 2015 Murano is too ugly for me to even consider this car. 
    For the same amount of money, the 2015 KIA Sorento is the best crossover in this segment.

  8. Sure are a lot of CVT experts here.  If you really don't know how the Nissan CVT works or simply have never drove one don't critique it.  These comments don't make you look very intelligent.

  9. looks good from here….hope that grille is not 6 ft thick in person lol.

    the rear tail lights..look like rear boobs lol..

    they let programmers design these cars…this is what we get.

  10. Nothing just wow me about this new Murano. It has the amenities that are already placed on several cars before it and the fit and finish underneath the circumference is hideous when the cameraman viewed it at time 11:01

  11. I own a first gen Murano and it' still is amazing. Every now and then people still give the car a compliment on how it looks. I keep it clean it shows a lil age now. I was hoping that this new Murano would give me a lil hope to maybe trade in my First Gen but I think I'm gonna have to drive it till it dies because this new one is Ugly on the outside but beautiful inside. Inside they nailed it to what Empty nesters would want. "Something Different with a touch of luxury" Luv the idea about the mother pearl design. Thank god didn't get lazy and went to carbon fiber look. Exterior however, is horrifying; it give a concept look in a negative way because it almost like it's not a finished product. The first gen came out with a bang but this gen is almost copying the Hyndai Elentra or Tucson design.  Murano has just gone from Leader to a follower by copying sort of Hyundai design concept in the exterior department. I'm disappointed.

  12. I almost puked when i saw the rear of this car… These asian car makers are going nuts by the time. Seems like subtlety word is not in their dictionary..  

  13. Did they get rid of the orange dash lights? I ask because I didn't buy the 2014 because of the ugly orange dash lights. Everything else was great.

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