With the exception of the funky and now-discontinued Cube, all of Nissan's regular sedan, hatchback, coupe, and convertible models return for 2015. The aging Maxima, slated for replacement in 2016, will continue to be available as a 2014 model. For the most part, the 2015 model year is a relatively subdued one for Nissan's trucks, vans, and SUVs. The 2015 Nissan Murano is one notable exception, as it debuts with a restyled exterior, increased cargo capacity, and improved efficiency. The slow-selling Murano CrossCabriolet has been discontinued. So far, Nissan has been tight-lipped about the fate of the Pathfinder Hybrid, which was introduced for the 2014 model year and may not return for 2015. Looking forward, a freshened 2015 Juke has already made its international debut, but details about the U.S. version have not yet been released, and an all-new full-size Nissan Titan pickup is expected to arrive for 2016.