2024 Nissan Murano: A Trim Comparison

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The Nissan Murano is a spectacular family vehicle offering a splendid ride, high-tech features, a roomy interior, and a fantastic safety score for its class – a five-star overall rating from the NHTSA. Drivers will be equally impressed with the fuel economy and features of the 2024 Nissan Murano, but what find much new this year compared to last year.

2024 Nissan Murano Trim Comparison

The 2024 Nissan Murano is available in four different trims with great features, starting with just the base trim. Which model is right for you? Let’s take a closer look at each one and find out!

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However, before we begin, it should be noted that all Nissan Murano trims come with the same engine. A 3.5-liter V6 engine generates 260 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque. Front-wheel drive comes standard, but all-wheel drive is also available. Paired with the V6 engine is a CVT transmission. As for fuel economy, you can expect a rating of 20 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the highway. With that said, the biggest differences have to do with what’s in the cabin.


The 2024 Nissan Murano SV is the base trim with an MSRP of $38,090. Previously, the S trim was the base model, but that has been dropped this year – hence the higher starting cost. Its standard features include an 8-inch touchscreen display, six-speaker audio and dual-zone automatic climate control. Other standard features in this trim are Bluetooth, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, four USB ports and satellite radio. There are heated and power-adjustable front seats, synthetic leather upholstery, push-button start, remote keyless entry, and remote start for comfort and convenience.

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The Murano isn’t just safe because of its great safety scores. It also has a suite of safety features that come standard. The rearview camera, rear cross-traffic alert, blind spot monitoring, driver drowsiness monitoring, and front and rear collision warning are all included. On top of that, lane keep assist and lane departure warning ensure you stay on track, even when visibility may be low. Other features include rear parking sensors and a driver condition monitor. Automated features like automatic emergency braking and automatic high beams are there to assist drivers whenever needed.

For another $1,100, you can get all-wheel drive, and for $1,590, you can get the Midnight Edition package which will give you some cool aesthetic upgrades – but that’s about it.


The SL trim starts at $42,050. If you were intrigued enough by the power-adjustable seats in the SV trim, you might as well upgrade to the SL, because it offers features like that and more. With the SL, you’ll get genuine leather seats, heated front and rear seats, and a heated steering wheel. Furthermore, you get an upgraded 11-speaker Bose audio system and dual-pane moonroof.

For drivers who struggle with parking, the SL is a godsend. It comes with both front and rear parking sensors, as well as a surround-view parking camera. Road sign recognition is another standard safety feature, not in lower-level trims.

Available features include illuminated kick plates for $365 and 20-inch black satin alloy wheels for $1,730.


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This one isn’t worth the price unless you are looking for top-quality seats. The semi-aniline leather seats come with diamond-quilted inserts and ventilation. But that’s about it for this trim. It starts at $46,100 or $47,800 for the all-wheel drive version.

All options carry over.