Cars.com Reviews the 2013 Nissan Murano

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Nissan's midsize crossover has a comfortable ride and a quality interior, but time is catching up with it, says Cars.com reviewer Joe Bruzek. The Murano just isn't competitive anymore. After five stagnant years, plenty of other contenders in the midsize crossover class offer higher fuel economy, more comfort and convenience innovations, and better value.

Click here to read how the Murano fared against several competitors in Cars.com's $38,000 Midsize SUV Challenge.

2013 Nissan Murano Review

<p>Nissan's midsize crossover has a comfortable ride and a quality interior, but time is catching up with it, says Cars.com reviewer Joe Bruzek. The Murano just isn't competitive anymore. After five stagnant years, plenty other contenders in the midsize crossover class offer higher fuel economy, more comfort and convenience innovations, and better value.</p>

<p>Click here to read how the Murano fared against several competitors in Cars.com's $38,000 Midsize SUV Challenge. </p>

<p>2013 Nissan Murano Review</p>
http://www.cars.com/nissan/murano/2013/expert-reviews/?review=0&reviewId=59562
http://blogs.cars.com/kickingtires/2013-midsize-suv-challenge.html

Comments 

You're right, too expensive SUV if you compare it to other like the Hyundai Santa Fe which offer the same or even better amenities. For about $20k, you can get the Rogue which is kind of similar to the Murano.

2013 Nissan Murano is a tempting option.

I prefer the rear view of the Murano to the front view. It looks too girly and forcing itself to look stylish.

Dan

The Rogue is not even close.
It is not a bad car for small SUV but in terms of power, safety, room and comfort it is in a totally different class.
Unless you need a lot of accessories, etc, the pricing structure is not that bad. At least even starting with the base Murano you still get the same V6 engine without having to upgrade. This is not the case for much of the competition.

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