New Look on the King of Crossovers - The 2009 Nissan Murano

By: Joe Kent
Styling for the 2009Nissan Murano has not changed significantly. The vehicle maintains itsleek profile, with about the same interior room and marginally lessrear cargo space. The midsize Altima platform also remains thefoundation for the Murano, with the same 3.5-liter V6 powering it, butwith an increase in output to 265hp and 248 pund-feet of torque. Nissancontinues to use the continuously variable transmission (CVT) with theMurano, helping to give the vehicle adequate acceleration along withstrong fuel economy.With an increase in horsepower, the newNissan Murano manages to maintain its 18 miles per gallon city and 23mph highway, same as the previous generation, which is an attactivequality to car shoppers at Nissan Dealers Los Angeles.Also commendable is the identical fuel ratings for the all-wheel driverversion, which typically consumes more fuel in most vehicles, includingamong the Murano's closest competitors.Although the exterior of the new Murano may look familiar, shoppers at Nebraska Nissan Dealershave noticed that the company has gong to great lengths in updating thevehicle's interior.

Much of the center-stack is reminiscent of itspremier Infiniti brandArticle Submission, with a large LCD screen and higher qualitymaterials. There's even a push-button start system. Rear seats nowrecline and also feature levers that drop the seats more easily whileloading.Find more information on the all-new 2009 Nissan Murano online or visit your local dealer showrooms now.

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