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The Most Common Nissan Murano Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Nissan Murano. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Murano

The Nissan Murano holds pride of place as the company’s first crossover was released into the American market back in 2002. Back then OEMs didn’t realize how much of a phenomenon these crossover SUVs would become, but they did. The Murano brings unique, sportier looks compared to the other SUVs in the range, as well as a very finely appointed interior. The latest models (such as the Rogue and the Kicks) are part of the 3rd generation which was launched in 2014.

To show off its true crossover nature, Nissan released the rather unique Murano CrossCabriolet in 2011, which ran until the 2014 model year. The concept of the convertible crossover would not die with the Murano, however, as other OEMs even now still market cabriolet versions of select crossover models.

Buyers can choose a new Murano in 4 trims: S, SV, SL, and Platinum. Pricing ranges from the $34,000 mark up to around $46,000 at the top end. In the face of newer models and growing competition, the Murano is increasingly perceived as the aging relative in the group, and may well not make it to a 4th generation.

The Murano is powered by a 3.5L V6 engine outputting up to 260-hp. Both FWD and AWD drivetrains are available. It sounds very powerful but like one or two other models in the Nissan range, it is unfortunately held back by a lackluster CVT that spikes engine noise when you really put the pedal to the metal.

Where the Murano does still shine is in the quality of its interior. The Platinum trim gets soft leather seats with sumptuous cushioning, a stylish dashboard design, a reclining bench seat for the rear passengers, and quality finishes in brushed metal and leather everywhere you look. There’s not an ounce of cheap plastic in sight.

There’s still time to enjoy the Murano, but how much longer Nissan keeps up production as it looks to boost its EV range and look to more city-friendly SUVs is a big question indeed.