Four main trim lines are available: S, SV, SL, and LE. Base S models come with power windows, locks, and mirrors; climate control; and an AM/FM/CD stereo system standard. Upgrade to the SV and you'll add a dual-panel moonroof, a seven-inch color monitor with backup camera, a universal garage-door opener, auto-dimming rearview mirror, a power driver's seat, automatic headlamps, Bluetooth phone connectivity, and USB and iPod hookups, plus satellite radio.
The higher trim SL models add a power-reclining second-row seatback to the SV's feature list, plus leather trim, steering-wheel audio controls, fog lamps, and a heated steering wheel. The top trim, the Murano LE, gets flashy 20-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats, leather upholstery, xenon headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, a power liftgate, keyless start, wood trim, and a nine-speaker Bose audio system with dual subwoofers on top of the SL's standard gear.
Available extras in the Murano range include the Bose audio system, DVD entertainment system, leather upholstery, navigation, Bluetooth, and a rearview camera. Murano SV models can add the SV Value Package, which bundles the Bose audio, power liftgate, and navigation system.
The Murano LE might sound like it's loaded--and it is--but it also stickers at up to $45,000. For that kind of money, you could be looking at an equivalent Infiniti.