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					2012 Nissan Murano LE FWD Platinum
Edition Road Test
The 2012 Nissan Murano LE FWD Platinum Edition wins the
crown for best-dressed in the segment

What It Is/Who It's For
The 2012 Nissan Murano is the perfect get-away vehicle to transport a family of four
to the ski-resort.
Best Thing
The interior is surprisingly luxurious and the seats are very plush and comfortable.
Road noise is eliminated with the windows up too.
Worst Thing
The accelerator pedal is a little too sensitive and requires some extra attention during
Snap Judgment
For the price of a base Infiniti JX you can buy a fully loaded Nissan Murano. Need we
say more?

The family hauling crossover class of vehicles has been one of the fastest growing
market segments for more than a decade now, even as fuel prices continue to be
volatile. For many automakers, its crossover entrant is one of the most popular models
offered. The Nissan Murano has been considered at the front of the class since its late
2002 introduction as a 2003 model. It features a robust look that grabs your attention,
and ten years and two facelifts later, that's still the case.

The 2012 Nissan Murano is more than some aesthetically pleasing sheet metal. A 3.5-
liter V-6 engine lays down 260 horsepower, and is linked to one of the best
continuously variable automatic transmissions available. It rides on a sport-tuned
suspension, and on the inside, the Murano excels with its plush interior that's capable
of holding five adults. Of course, there are disadvantages, such as poor rear visibility,
small cargo space, and a few other niggles that can add up to major annoyances given
enough time.

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