Nissan's fashion-forward two-row midsize crossover gets priced for the new model year, and there are no major changes to the MSRP for the 2014 Nissan Murano. The two-wheel-drive Murano S starts at the same $29,300 as the 2013 model, as does the S AWD at $31,090. Both prices include $860 destination and handling.
However, there are some detail changes elsewhere in the Murano lineup, including the availability of a graphite interior trim in the Tinted Bronze exterior color, which was formerly available only with a black interior.
The SV trim gets a new Value Package for $2270, which includes navigation, Bluetooth streaming audio, a Bose sound system, and power liftgate. Nissan claims a package savings of $830 over if the items were selected individually.
The Murano is currently built at Nissan's plant in Kyushu, Japan, along with the 2013 Rogue
compact crossover. Production of the 2014 Rogue is underway at Nissan's massive manufacturing complex in Smyrna, Tennessee, and Nissan recently announced that Murano production will be moving to Smyrna
soon as well.
| Murano S FWD || $29,300 |
| Murano S AWD || $31,090 |
| Murano SV FWD || $32,210 |
| Murano SV AWD || $33,990 |
| Murano SL FWD || $36,250 |
| Murano SL AWD || $37,850 |
| Murano LE FWD || $38,740 |
| Murano LE AWD || $40,340 |
| *Prices include $860 destination fee |