The third generation of NissanThe crossover needs a new look. The 2019 model will debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show with a new look, an updated version and many other security technologies among the list of options.
On the front, the Murano's face gets a new grille with a deeper "V-Motion" shape, as well as new designs for LED headlights and new LED fog lights. The 18 and 20 inch wheels have updated designs, the taillights are restyled and three new paint colors are available. Unless you are a Murano fan, you may need to look at a 2018 model photo to spot the differences, but the new model clearly looks to be pinched compared to before.
Nissan has also tweaked the interior of the Murano, with new diamond-studded leather inserts on the Platinum Top Level, as well as three new trims, including dark wood for the Platinum, as well as a wood lighter and a metallic option for others. trim levels.
The big story with the 2019 Nissan Murano, however, is safety. For starters, all models feature standard second-row side airbags and front-passenger knee airbags. All Muranos also addand Intelligent Driver Alertness, which warns the driver if he is too sleepy.
The crossover also adds Nissan Safety Shield 360, a set of active safety technologies including pre-collision braking with pedestrian detection, blind spot warning with rear cross traffic alert, warning of lane departure, automatic high beams and automatic braking in the opposite direction. However, the package will only be standard on fully loaded Platinum and SL Technology packages.
Otherwise, the Maxima is unchanged mechanically, with a 3.5-liter V6 and 260 horsepower as the only engine choice. A continuously variable transmission is standard and can be coupled to front wheel drive or AWD.
The Nissan Murano 2019 will be available for sale in December in the S, SV, SL and Platinum versions. Prizes will be announced at a later date.