Crossover SUVs rule the road. These vehicles gain more popularity every year in East Providence, Cranston, Pawtucket, and across Rhode Island and the nation. They’re the station wagons and family vehicles of the modern age. They offer outstanding performance, supreme comfort, and tons of safety, information, and entertainment options to build an ideal individual or family experience.
Among the best midsize, crossover SUVs on the roads today is the Nissan Murano. Like many Nissan vehicles, this crossover offers an expansive range of features and trim levels. Explore the complete range of 2017 Nissan Murano trim levels, the options and features in each, and where you can go for a test drive.
Nissan Murano Trim Levels
Drivers love the new Murano for its pure luxury feel without the luxury badge and price tag. It offers superb quality materials inside as well as unique exterior design elements, supreme comfort, solid fuel efficiency, and tons of room in the back seat. It also offers a vast range of features for customization. There are four main 2017 Nissan Murano Trim Levels: the base level is the S, the SV and SL form the mid-range, and the Platinum level tops the options.
Entry S-Level Features
The “base” S-level trim gives you a standard 3.5L V6 engine matched to a CVT, which delivers 260 horsepower. It also gives you 18-inch alloy wheels—something not a lot of base trims offer.
You also attain LED daytime running lights, automatic headlights, cruise control, privacy glass, keyless ignition and entry, automatic dual-zone climate control, and split-fold rear seats. As for infotainment, it offers Bluetooth connectivity, smartphone app integration, a seven-inch color touchscreen for the NissanConnect system, six speakers, a CD player, auxiliary and USB ports, and satellite radio tuner.
At this level, there’s also the option of a Navigation Package that upgrades you to an eight-inch touchscreen with voice commands, a GPS navigation system, an extra USB port. and a HD radio tuner.
SV Mid-Level Trim
The next level up is the Murano SV, which gives you the S-level plus the navigation package. It also provides fog lights, power front seats, roof rails, a remote start, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. There’s also the option of the Premium package, which delivers an 11-speaker Bose system and a panoramic sunroof.
At the Murano SL trim level, you get the SV level trim plus the Bose audio. Along with those, you gain heated exterior mirrors, memory settings for the driver seat and mirrors, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alerts, heated front seats, genuine leather upholstery, auto-dim rearview mirrors, a 360-degree parking camera, ambient lighting inside, a power liftgate, and a warning system for drowsy drivers.
Platinum Level Options
The range-topping trim level for the Murano is the Platinum trim. It gives you everything from the above levels, and adds 20-inch wheels, a power-adjust steering wheel, extra memory settings, LED headlights, heated and cooled front seats, and heated power-fold rear seats. Optionally, a Technology package can add the panoramic sunroof from above, plus adaptive cruise control, and frontal crash warning and mitigation via automatic braking.
The Murano at Stateline Nissan
If you’d like to know more about the new 2017 Nissan Murano trim levels and you’re in Pawtucket, Cranston, or East Providence, stop into Stateline Nissan and ask for more information, or schedule a test drive today!