Nissan has revealed pricing details and specifications for the 2023 Murano in the United States.
No significant changes have been made to the SUV for the 2023 model year. In fact, the only alterations are the fitment of the new Nissan logo inside and out, and the availability of two new colors dubbed Super Black and Deep Ocean Blue Pearl.
Sitting at the base of the range is the Murano S FWD starting at $33,660. That represents a small jump in price from the 2022 Murano S FWD that was available from $32,910. Next up in the range is the Murano SV FWD available from $37,200 (up from $36,450 for the 2022 model). Those seeking more creature comforts from the Murano in front-wheel drive specification can opt for the $41,160 Murano SL FWD (up from $40,410) and the Murano Platinum FWD that starts at $45,210 compared with $44,460 last year.
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The Murano’s range of all-wheel drive variants mimics those of the front-wheel drive, meaning it too is offered in S, SV, SL, and Platinum configurations. The first of these starts at $35,360 whereas it could be purchased for $34,610 in 2022 guise. Prices increase to $38,900 for the Murano SV AWD (up from $38,150), $42,860 for the Murano SL AWD (up from $42,110), and $46,910 for the flagship Murano Platinum AWD (up from $46,160).
All variants of the 2023 Nissan Murano come equipped with the same 3.5-liter naturally aspirated V6 with 260 hp and coupled to an Xtronic transmission. Among the key standard features of all grade levels is an 8-inch infotainment system with NissanConnect, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto.