11. 2015 Nissan Murano
The 2015 Murano is fully redesigned from the previous model. Reviewers sang the praises of the comfortable ride and high-end cabin design. Fuel economy for the Nissan Murano is excellent for the class at an estimated 21/28 mpg city/highway driving. The Murano delivers sufficient power for most applications with its standard V6 engine, but acceleration tends to be a little sluggish. The automatic CVT transmission is standard and offers smooth, slick shifts. Most test drivers were pleased with the handling of the Murano, saying that it rides comfortable and is well-balanced around corners. Others say that the steering could be more responsive.
The interior of the Murano features top-notch materials that make it feel like a luxury vehicle with easy-to-operate navigation and audio control systems. The cargo space area is larger than average for the class. Both the front and rear seats are comfortably with ample room.