Fast Cars: 2015 Nissan Murano TFL4K Review: Beauty or the Beast?

Fast Cars: 2015 Nissan Murano TFL4K Review: Beauty or the Beast?

Awesome fast car review: 2015 Nissan Murano TFL4K Review: Beauty or the Beast?



( ) The 2015 Nissan Murano is a slick and stylish crossover that’s been redesigned to make it even more edgy. Nissan says the new 2015 Nissan Murano is a concept car built for the road. In this TFL first drive review Roman gets behind the wheel of the 3rd generation Murano and reviews the new crossover in stunning Ultra High Definition TFL4K.

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25 Replies to “Fast Cars: 2015 Nissan Murano TFL4K Review: Beauty or the Beast?”

  1. Not that it matters, but anyone notice that the Murano that's parked and the one he's driving on the road are different cars? One is a Platinum edition while the one being driven is an SL. You can tell by the rims.

  2. I bought a 2005 brand new murano sl awd, still have it. 100k on it. Runs and looks new. I will keep it because the book value is not the real value. . I took a 2018 Murano Platinum AWD with technology package.for a test drive last week. Going to buy one at the end of the month. This vehicle beats the Lexus RX 350, BMW X3 and Volvo XC60 hands down for a lot less money. Save yourself 15/20 grand because brand names ie lexus are just penis extensions. I never needed one. I did extensive research in 2005 and again to compare crossovers for style, safety, price, luxury, maintenance cost ect… you can’t beat this vehicle… do your research n you too will come to know it’s a wicked comfortable bells and whistles crossover that isn’t a sticker price shock. P.S. the Nissan engineers had many years to get the CVT down pat. And they do…

  3. Motorscooters pioneered the CVT. But they are very simple and crude compared to what's in these cars. Nissan appears to have continuously improved theirs so that they're very reliable and easy to maintain. We own a 2015 Rogue and it's performed very well for the first 25000 or so miles.

  4. piece of shit! i bought a 2016 murano s the engine vibration like hell! you can feel the shaking from the steering wheel specially when the ac is on ! the vibration like a massager is on and they said it is normal!!! don't buy this junk car!! i am the victim i hope you are not the next one!

  5. Nissan nailed the design, inside and out. Gets younger buyers, and sales have taken off in its first year. Well played, gentlemen. A very strong value compared to something like a Lexus RX

  6. I'll be getting murano platinum soon and I'm glad they decided to stick with that old engine. VQ35DE been tested and proven to be a tank of a engine that still puts out respectable numbers considering its been around for more than a decade. I've tried 2.0 turbo and GDI engines. They put down good numbers on papers but man they're whinny and also gotta worry about oil dilution.

  7. with the way nissan drastically changes their design, i bet the next murano would not even closely look like this. great cars, bad, bad design team. Explains why the Murano is overpriced for its class, overtime pay for designing this thing. That's why I traded my Nissan long time ago, got a Subaru and never looked back.

  8. The worst thing about the 2015 Murano is the ugly Donald Duck front design. And the CVT transmission which makes it a boring, numb drive. And that's a dealbreaker for me. I'm going to buy the 2015 KIA Sorento or 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe instead.

  9. Don't like the wheels too much. It would be nice to see the back seats down, do they fold flat Please take 20 secs and show us in the future. It would be nice to know .

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