2014 Nissan Murano Review, Changes
The easy-going crossover Nissan Murano is mirrored in its driving qualities and rounded look, skip from the gimmick of excessively style metal sheet or the rugged pretense. The handsome crossover 2014 Nissan Murano has the proportions that maybe will buck the mainstream trend with the high shoulders and flowing, but with the round shape it helps the Murano to stand out from the crowd of crossover. Besides, the interior borders on excessive and the mimicry exterior themes also make this crossover different. For the 2014, Nissan offers the graphite interior with Tinted Bronze exterior that available, as the additional to the black interior that has already existed before 2014 Nissan Murano.
2014 Nissan Murano Engine and Interior
Nissan use the VQ V-6 engine in its under hood. The engine will moving the Murano easily without pep with the displacing the 3.5 liters and producing 260 horsepower. The CVT or continuously variable transmission automatic is not usually used, but in this 2014 Nissan Murano, it works well with smooth acceleration and without excessive engine noise. The Murano has no simulated ‘manual’ gear shift points to directly call on, this is unlike some of the CVTs Nissan offers. On the front handling, the steering and feel is direct ad light, and it is essentially quite not different from a mid-size sedan.
The cabin in this new 2014 Nissan Murano is comfortable, especially for the front passenger and the driver because the seats are adjustable for a wide range of body sizes and types, even though the head room is a bit reduced by the sunroof. The second-row seating also has a short head room, and the rear bench’s height can seem too low for the taller adults. Besides, the cargo space behind the second row is not as much as you may expect. The lack of the second-row head room and also the shortages space are the result of the curvy exterior shape of the car.
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