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-WHAT WE LIKE: Even after three seasons and nearly 25,000 miles, we consistently marvel at our long-term Murano’s stretch-out spaciousness, all-day comfort, and Costco-friendly cargo hold. Three-row crossovers have their benefits, but for those who don’t need the extra seats, the two-row Murano is extremely well packaged. And not many of those larger crossovers can yield the kind of fuel mileage we’ve been getting in the Nissan; our observed mileage climbed by 1 mpg since our last update, to 23 mpg. These aren’t the only factors that have helped us keep the odometer turning constantly: The ergonomics are easy to master, and the Around View Monitor system of cameras produces a bird’s-eye view that makes parking simple. Also, while winter was slow to reach the Midwest, we’ve been taking full advantage of the Murano’s remote start, heated steering wheel, and heated front and outboard-rear seats. READ MORE ››

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