2007 Nissan Murano Review

By: John Bourne

The 2007 Nissan Murano is both innovative and reliable, with several new features that offer safety and convenience. Impressive new features include the Murano's available Intelligent Key and Direct Ignition, which, with the touch of a button automatically unlocks and starts the car as the driver approaches, and also Xtronic CVT, which allows for shiftless transmission, to make for a smoother ride.

The 2007 Murano offers several standard safety features, including Nissan's Advanced Airbag System and a 3-point passenger seat belt system. This model keeps children in mind as well, with the LATCH system, which lowers tethers and anchors for the youngsters. The Murano also can switch between all-wheel and front-wheel drive depending on weather conditions, but switches back to front-wheel for optimum fuel economy.

Chrome side sill accents, LED taillights and a power sliding glass moonroof add to the Murano's sleek look, while rear back privacy glass and fog lights are convenient to this model.

Interior comfort is provided with Murano's Dual climate control with air filtration, and a 10-way power adjustable driver's seat including lumbar support, and also 60/40 split fold-flat rear seats. Also included in the Murano is the standard AM/FM CD system, and other audio options available are MP3/CD playback capability and satellite radio. A navigation system with LCD display and convenient rear monitor make this vehicle even smarter.

Nissan includes ample cargo space for storage in each Murano, however, this model's 240-horse power, V6 engine is sure to handle the extra weight.

Nissan's 2007 Murano is a car that combines safety, technology and affordability, and is likely to be at the top of the market this year.

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