|2015 Murano S From $29,560||2015 Murano SV From $32,620||2015 Murano SL From $36,950||2015 Murano Platinum From $39,000|
|3.5L V6 w/ Xtronic CVT||All features found in the S, as well as...||All features found in the SV, as well as...||All features found in the SL, as well as...|
|Bluetooth & Streaming Audio||NissanConnect w/ Navigation and Mobile Apps||Leather, heated front seats||20" machined aluminum-alloy wheels|
|Nissan Intelligent Key||Remote Engine Start||Around View Monitor||LED Headlights|
|Dual Zone Auto Temperature Control||Front & Rear USB Ports||Bose Premium Audio System||Heated steering wheel & rear seats|
It’s been a long time coming, but Nissan finally has the answer to the question, “What will a crossover SUV look like in the future?” The 2015 Nissan Murano is this model. However, with four terrific trim levels, many drivers aren’t truly sure where to begin. To help answer this question, Robbins Nissan is happy to offer this 2015 Nissan Murano Trim Comparison; which one is best for you?
Starting things off for Houston-area drivers is the Murano S, which features the same powertrain as the others: a 3.5L V6 paired with the Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) returning 260 horsepower and 28 highway mpg. Once inside the Murano S, occupants enjoy comfortable seating for five, Bluetooth and streaming audio and Dual Zone Automatic Temperature Control. The Murano S also features 18” machined aluminum-alloy wheels, as well as the Nissan Intelligent Key for easy access.
Next up for Houston-area drivers is the SV, which boasts all of the features of the S while adding the NissanConnect with Navigation and Mobile Apps interface. This feature allows users to easily access navigation, streaming music or social media hands-free through their vehicle. The SV also adds a remote engine start system, as well as an eight-way power driver’s seat and front and rear USB connection ports.
Up next for Houston-area shoppers looking for their 2015 Nissan Murano is the SL trim, which adds everything found in the S and SV trims and so much more. Those who choose the SL trim enjoy features such as heated, leather-appointed front seats, the innovative Around View Monitor for easy maneuvering and a Bose Premium Audio System. Perhaps most elegant on the SL trim, however, is the adjustable ambient interior lighting, which adds an unmistakable element of sophistication for Murano drivers.
Finally, at the very top of the Murano mountain for Houston drivers is the Murano Platinum. In this trim level, it might be best to ask, “What doesn’t it have?” While coming with all of the features of the three preceding trim levels, the Platinum also adds 20-inch machined aluminum-alloy wheels, LED beam headlights, climate-controlled front seats, a heated steering wheel and heated rear seats. In terms of total luxury and no-stone-unturned features, the Platinum is second to none.
So, which trim level of the 2015 Nissan Murano is best for you? While each boasts a level of performance that is truly outstanding, it’s the features found within that differentiate it from so many competitors. To get a better understanding of which trim level of the 2015 Nissan Murano is best for you, visit Robbins Nissan today!