2019 Nissan Murano First Drive Review: Styling Tweaks and Fresh Tech for a Comfy Cruiser

A stalwart mid-size crossover girds for battle against a wave of fresh competitors.

When the Nissan Murano first went on sale as a 2003 model, it was an early entrant in the two-row mid-size crossover segment and helped kick off America’s obsession with on-road utes that have carlike ride and handling. Its curvaceous styling and solid dynamics earned it kudos in our first test of the vehicle—and we even praised its continuously variable transmission (CVT), which at the time was fresh technology.

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