The Nissan Murano when it was first launched a decade ago received a lot of flak over the rounded design language. Now with the market trends have changed, the 2013 Murano is no longer the odd one out and continues to be one of the most popular midsize crossovers in the market. It offers a high-quality feature-loaded cabin which is complemented by a strong powertrain and well-composed ride quality.
The Nissan Murano offers a complete package for many families and hence the 2013 model year sees no change whatsoever barring the inclusion of the modern-day safety driver aids. This means that the 2013 Murano also carries forward its drawbacks which include the limited rearward visibility and the average cargo space. With the prices beginning at an MSRP of $29,285, the Murano is priced very competitively against the likes of the Ford Edge, Jeep Grand Cherokee, and the Toyota Highlander.