2021 Nissan Murano

What's New For the 2021 Nissan Murano?

In 2021, the Nissan Murano comes with minimal changes. The latest Nissan Murano still has a seating capacity for five individuals. There is plenty of room in its back row, one of the most comfortable and spacious in the Murano's class. The Murano includes several unique exterior elements, including trim-specific such as larger 20-inch wheels and roof rails.

The Nissan Murano has an abundance of safety features, with more safety technology offered beginning with the second trim level. The Murano also gives you a choice of seating material, which includes cloth at the base level and premium quilted seats at the top trim. The Murano is also a well-connected vehicle that comes standard with Bluetooth, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integration, and an eight-inch display screen.

The Murano Has Many Features Across Several Trims

The first trim level in the 2021 Nissan Murano family is the S. Even though it's the entry-level trim; the S is anything but basic. It seats five with split-folding seats in the back row for more storage space and easy access to the cargo area. The S gets comfortable cloth for its standard seating material. The infotainment and technology package includes an infotainment display with Android Auto, Bluetooth, and Apple CarPlay.

The Nissan Murano has base 18-inch wheels. The SV adds roof rails to the exterior. Inside, its cabin is slightly refined with a leather steering wheel. A power liftgate is also added to this trim. Leather seats in both rows are standard on the SL. The SL adds more luxuries as well, including silver roof rails and LED fog lights. It also gets heated seats and an 11-speaker Bose sound system. Topping the Murano line is the Platinum with a dual-pane moon roof, ventilated front seats, and premium leather seats.

2021 Nissan Murano Interior

2021 Nissan Murano Power & Performance

One gasoline engine powers all four Nissan Murano trims. They share a V6 engine with a displacement of 3.5L and pushing out 260 hp and 240 lb-ft of torque. This engine is connected to an automatic transmission with continuously variable automatic technology. The Murano is offered with a choice of two drivetrains, all-wheel drive or front-wheel drive.

Nissan Murano Safety

Overall, the Nissan Murano receives a five-star safety crash test rating as ranked by the NHTSA. The Nissan comes standard with automatic emergency braking, while the Safety Shield, standard on the second trim, adds a few more amenities. This comprehensive safety package also includes blind-spot monitoring and a handy panoramic backup camera.

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