The 2011 Nissan Murano arrangement gains a new sleek level as well as a convertible body style. This midsize SUV shares main component of its basic design with the Nissan Altima sedan. Murano's roster embrace S, new-for-2011 SV, SL, and LE. Also new for 2011 is the Murano Cross Cabriolet, a 2-door convertible with a power soft top. It comes in a single trim level with features similar to a fully furnished LE. Wagon models have 5-passenger seating while the convertible seats 4. All use a 265-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine and a ceaselessly variable transmission that behaves much like an automatic. Maximum drag capacity is 3,500 pounds.
All wagons offer front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. The Cross Cabriolet is AWD only. Available safety describe include ABS, traction control, antiskid system, front-side airbags, and curtain-side airbags. Keyless entry/engine start are standard on all. Standard on the SL and LE are leather upholstery and warmed front seats. A rearview camera is standard on all but the S. A hard drive for storing digital-music files is standard on the SL and LE; its capacity is 2 gigabytes without navigation and 9.3 gigabytes with it. The navigation system is optional on the SL and LE and standard on the Cross Cabriolet.
|Trim Name||Retail Price||Dealer Invoice||Destination Charge|
|2WD 4dr S||$28,520||$26,277||$810|
|2WD 4dr LE||$37,560||$34,591||$810|
|2WD 4dr SL||$35,470||$32,668||$810|
|2WD 4dr SV||$31,930||$29,412||$810|
|AWD 4dr LE||$39,160||$36,062||$810|
|AWD 4dr S||$30,120||$27,749||$810|
|AWD 4dr SL||$37,070||$34,140||$810|
|AWD 4dr SV||$33,530||$30,884||$810|