Nissan has priced its Murano midsize crossover after giving it a light restyling for the 2011 model year.
The base Murano S with front-wheel drive is priced from $29,300, a $160 increase over the 2010 model. With all-wheel drive, the $160 bump rears its head again to drive the price to $30,900. MSRP and equipment changes are more pronounced deeper into the line as Nissan has added the SV trim in support of the usual SL and LE models. Complete model pricing can be found below.
Murano S FWD $29,300 Murano SV FWD $32,710 Murano SL FWD $36,250 Murano LE FWD $38,340 Murano S AWD $30,900 Murano SV AWD $34,310 Murano SL AWD $37,850 Murano LE AWD $39,940
Further changes for 2011 include redesigned taillights, new 18-inch alloy wheels, the addition of Graphite Blue paint, and slightly lower power ratings for the standard 3.5-liter V-6 to account for regular-octane fuel (260 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of torque).
All prices include an $800 destination fee.