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2014 Nissan Murano Pricing Remains Unchanged from 2013

2014 Nissan Murano Pricing Remains Unchanged from 2013

By Jeff Youngs,
Nissan announced last week that pricing for the 2014 Murano will remain unchanged from 2013. The MSRP range for the 2014 model begins at $29,000 for the Murano S FWD (front-wheel drive) midsize crossover (CUV) to just under $40,000 for the high-end Murano LE AWD (all-wheel drive) model.

Now in its second generation, the uniquely styled Murano is named after a city in Italy. It debuted as a 2003 model and was redesigned for the 2009 model year.

Four Murano trim levels are offered, with FWD or AWD. Already on sale in dealer showrooms, the 2014 model is equipped with a 260-horsepower, 3.5-liter DOHC V-6 engine mated with Nissan's Xtronic continuously variable transmission (CVT). A convertible model, the Murano CrossCabriolet, also is offered.

Nissan also is promoting a special $2,270 bundled feature package for the SV trim level that includes navigation, Bluetooth streaming audio, Bose audio system, and a power liftgate. The 2014 Murano also is available with additional safety features, including Moving Object Detection, blind-spot warning, and lane-departure warning systems. Enhancements for 2014 also include the addition of a graphite interior with Tinted Bronze exterior.

2014 Nissan Murano MSRPs*
Murano S FWD
Murano SV FWD
Murano SL FWD
Murano LE FWD
Murano S AWD
Murano SV AWD
Murano SL AWD
Murano LE AWD

*Figures above do not include destination and handling of $860.

Through the first 8 months of 2013, Nissan has sold 28,299 Muranos in the U.S. market, down from 35,637 unit sales in the same period of 2012, according to J.D. Power research. In all of 2012, Nissan delivered nearly 52,000 Muranos in the U.S market. The Murano is one of nearly two dozen entries in the Midsize CUV segment. The Ford Explorer remains the segment sales leader followed by the Toyota Highlander and Subaru Outback, respectively.

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