The Nissan Murano skipped a model year back in 2008 but came back to us recharged and revitalized for 2009. It hasn't been long since its refresh, but the contemporary midsize crossover will once again be altered with changed looks and a new SV trim.
The new, mid-level SV trim comes equipped with a driver's seat with power lumbar support, a seven-inch LCD screen with Nissan's RearView Monitor system, standard iPod connectivity, and Bluetooth. Step up to the SL-grade Murano and you'll get a heated steering wheel, a nine-speaker Bose sound system, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror with integrated HomeLink and a compass. Buyers of the top-end LE trim are treated to a new wood-grain hue in the cabin.