2009 Nissan Murano Expert Review

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Comfortable, quiet ride with spacious interior!

The 2009 Nissan Murano still runs like a dream. Low noise while driving. I lucked out and got a Bose stereo system. It is a v-6 so do not expect to blow other cars out the water, yet, it does possess great pickup and gets up to 55-60 quick. The leather interior is still pristine with minimal defects. The rust you may read about is true. The seat springs are very susceptible to rusting. But you cannot see it and it does not hamper the functionality of the seats. Front driver and passenger electronic controls and lumbar adjustments in the driver's seat add to the seat comfort. Little fatigue for the driver since the seat can move forward, backward, up and down. The seat backs recline almost prone for resting at a pit stop. Blind spots are in the rear with the small windows in the trunk area. Not a lot of viewing area on the rear trunk window but the rear camera takes up some of the slack. Panoramic sunroof nice addition. Good air system for heat and air conditioning. Even a control to send extra air to the backseat passengers. Rear seats recline and go forward—for more trunk space—with electronic and manual controls. Rear headrests are difficult to adjust. Gas hog so expect to pay $60-$80 for a fill up. Overall a great car for the money, and quite spacious

- Terri G

Murano 10 years and going.

Pros: it is quite and comfortable. It started as a single person vehicle and has grown with my growing family over the years. My favorite features are the moonroof, heated seats, Bose stereo system, push start and keyless entry. For a 10-year old vehicle having keyless entry and push start appeared to be ahead of the curve. Cons: constant tire pressure light issues. Any time the tires are rotated or replaced, get a little low and refilled, the tire pressure light comes on and mechanics have a challenge of determining the root cause. For a vehicle I bought and owned for 10 years (only owner), if that is the biggest issue I'll take it!

- Kelly E

It is very fun to drive. The tech for 2009 is still relevant now for this car.

My Nissan Murano has been a really fun and reliable car. The performance is satisfactory and it looks great. Does everything I need it to in a crossover. Only 3 issues from the beginning, wish it had a bit more power in engine, need to have a much better turning radius and blind spot in both sides of windshield (columns) are bigger than I've ever experienced. Overall, I have had this car for 10 years and for 8 years it was almost maintenance free...but the last 2 years things started to wear out and break. I chose to keep the car instead of buying a new one. Hoping to have it 2 more years without major problems.

- Jay Y