2005 Nissan Murano Review

2005 Nissan Murano Review


  • Sharp handling, strong standard engine, comfortable and practical interior.


  • Continuously variable transmission detracts from performance, SE model rides harshly, no third-row seat.

What's new

For 2005, the Murano receives a rollover sensor for the side curtain airbags, and a new S model with fewer features and a lower price. New options packages and an Intelligent Key entry and ignition system are newly available.


Murano SUV