This year the Nissan Murano is 11 years old and it has been a very successful decade! Not only has the Murano firmly entrenched the crossover segment in the market, it has helped set the standard for premium vehicles thanks to Nissan’s focus on vehicle comfort, safety and luxury.
It is no secret that Nissan is the world’s leader when it comes to crossover vehicles. The Qashqai, Murano, Juke and the all-new X-Trail are not just fantastic vehicles, they are the perfect vehicles for the 21st century: Economy, power and beauty in one smart package.
The 2014 New York Auto Show is looking to be one of the most exciting auto shows of the year, especially with Nissan unveiling its new Next-generation Murano.
The beautiful Nissan Murano has been gracing South African roads with its presence since 2004 with its wildly futuristic looks. Now, a very exciting Murano CrossCabriolet has been launched in the USA and soon to be in Europe.
Our first reaction was that of shock and questioning as this is the first of its kind to have an SUV cabriolet. Unheard of. Before we saw photos of this, we simply couldn’t imagine what such a vehicle would look like. It all seemed so WRONG.
But, thanks to Google, we quickly found some great photos of the Murano CrossCabriolet and much to our surprise, we really like it.