Murano, which comes out in September. The redesigned front end is needed for additional cooling airflow to the radiators for the diesel engine. The reworked fascia sports a new grille and a reshaped bumper with larger air intakes and altered front fog lamps.If you cast your mind back to March this year, Nissan had announced plans to introduce a much needed diesel engine for the European
The Murano diesel utilises a modified version of Nissan's 2.5 litre 4 cylinder engine, kicking out 190bhp and 450Nm (332lb-ft) of torque. This is linked to a 6 speed automatic transmission. The revised Murano 2.5dCi has a combined fuel economy of 35.3mpg (8.0lt/100km) and 210g/km CO2 emissions.
Prices start at a hefty £37,795 and the Murano is available to order now with first deliveries in September. Standard equipment comes in form of 20” alloy wheels, electric tailgate, colour rear and side cameras w/ 7" satellite navigation system, HDD 9.3GB music server w/ iPod, Bluetooth and AUX connectivity, and 11 speaker BOSE sound system.
Nissan predicts that the diesel model will account for over 90% of Murano sales in Europe.