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The 2013 Nissan Murano doesn't quite have the feature list of a premium vehicle, but it does have the charm of one.
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A roof-mounted DVD entertainment system is optional on the SL with the Technology package

The navigation system is easy to use, and most audio and climate functions are separate.
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Without the navigation package, the interface for the audio system is complicated and difficult to adjust unless it has the driver's full attention.

One more power plug for rear passengers' accessories would've been nice.

Some cool features are available, like a 9.3GB Music Box hard drive, Bluetooth, 11-speaker Bose system, power-up (manual flip-down) rear seat, rearview monitor, iPod interface, and nav with XM NavTraffic.
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The 2013 Nissan Murano doesn't skimp on features; whether in base S or top-of-the-line LE trims, the Murano comes better-equipped than many models in this class.

S, SV, SL, and LE versions of the Murano span a wide range of pricing and equipment, with the latter trims feeling like premium or luxury models--and priced that way. Power windows, locks and mirrors; climate control; and an AM/FM/CD player are included in all Murano models. The SV model has a dual-panel moonroof, seven-inch color monitor and backup camera, power driver's seat, automatic headlamps, Bluetooth, and USB and iPod connectivity, along with satellite radio. SV models also get a universal garage-door opener and an auto-dimming rearview mirror for 2013. SL models still add a reclining rear seatback with power return, plus leather trim and steering-wheel audio controls, as well as fog lamps and a heated steering wheel.

Options include a heated steering wheel; Bose audio; leather upholstery; a navigation system; Bluetooth; and a rearview camera. Newly offered on SV models is an SV Value Package that includes Bose audio, a power liftgate, and a navigation system. DVD entertainment is also available.

The luxurious Murano LE gets flashy 20-inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery, heated front seats, xenon headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, a power liftgate, keyless start, wood trim, and a garage door opener. Nine-speaker Bose audio, XM Satellite Radio, and dual subwoofers, are all also included, plus a Bluetooth hands-free interface, which is optional on a Technology Package in other models. But keep in mind that it stickers at up to $45k--and for that you could get an Infiniti EX crossover.



The 2013 Nissan Murano doesn't quite have the feature list of a premium vehicle, but it does have the charm of one.

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