The 2011 Nissan Murano features a refreshed grille and bumper design, new taillights, a new 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheel design and a number of interior and content refinements. Also offered is a new exterior color, Graphite Blue and the more enhanced Nissan Navigation System.
Other interior upgrades include a new white meter color, new center stack colors and added equipment to various trim levels like driver’s seat with power lumbar support (SV), RearView Monitor (SV), 7.0-inch color monitor (SV), heated steering wheel (SL) and so on.
Prices have risen appreciably throughout in the Murano lineup. The base front-wheel-drive Murano S now has an MSRP of $28,500—that's $450 more expensive for 2011 than 2010—while the top-of-the-line Murano LE all-wheel-drive model is now priced $960 higher than last year, now at $39,140.
The Murano SL model, meanwhile, moves several thousand dollars upscale with the addition of last year's Premium, Leather, Moonroof, and Technology Packages as standard equipment.