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Nissan MuranoSTATUS: Unchanged for 2020 - Since its inception, the Murano has appealed primarily to buyer's hearts and not necessarily their heads. The sharply creased sheetmetal that extends along the door panels is interrupted by a fin-like hitch that seemingly rises into the rear-most side glass. The cabin is equally stylish but blends in plenty of practicality with a low-level instrument panel and a generously sized windshield that enhances forward view. The Murano's sole powerplant is a 3.5-liter V-6 that makes 260 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of torque. That output level is modest in this age of advanced direct-injection and turbocharged engines found in competing brands, but it gets the job done in a wagon that weighs about 4,000 pounds. Power is delivered to the front and/or rear wheels via a continuously variable transmission (CVT) with built-in "steps" that act like a multi-gear automatic transmission. There are no steering-column-mounted paddle shifters, but the floor shifter can be used to manually control the simulated ratios.
Base Price (incl. destination): $32,600
Type: Four-door, five-passenger wagon
Engine (h.p.): 3.5-liter V-6 (260)
Transmission: Continuously variable (CVT)
Layout: Front- /all-wheel-drive
Base mpg (city/highway/combined): 20/28/23
Base weight (lb.): 4,025

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