The facelifted Nissan Murano will go on sale across the U.S. this Thursday, with a choice of four trim levels, boasting several updates over the previous iteration.
Pricing for the base Murano S starts at $31,270 with front-wheel drive, and $32,870 with all-wheel drive, without the $1,045 destination and handling fee. Next comes the Murano SV, from $34,440 and $36,040, respectively, followed by the SL and Platinum, which cost $39,230 and $40,830 with FWD, and $43,530 and $45,120 with AWD, respectively.
All trim levels are powered by the same 3.5-liter DOHC V6 engine, which is carried over from the pre-facelifted version. It still makes 260 hp (263 PS / 193 kW) and 240 lb-ft (325 Nm) of torque, and works in conjunction with an Xtronic transmission.
Standard gear across the range includes an 8-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The Murano SL and above grades add a navigation system with improved graphics, among others.
Those looking to spec the 2019 Nissan Murano with even more equipment, can order the SV Premium Package with power panoramic moonroof, Bose sound system and 360-degree camera system. The SL Technology package is another optional extra, which adds the power panoramic moonroof, Traffic Sign Recognition and Safety Shield 360 technology.
Elsewhere, buyers should expect more color options, new wheels, more interior trim and various driving safety assistance features, in addition to the freshened exterior design that comes with the facelift.