The Nissan Murano has been a popular option for crossover buyers since its introduction over 10 years ago in 2003, and it’s achievements like the Murano’s most recent award (along with a plethora of exciting standard features) that keep drivers coming back to the Murano for more.
U.S. News & World Report just announced that the Nissan Murano has earned a spot on its “2016 Best Cars for the Money” list, a prestigious collection of cost-effective yet high-quality cars. 2016 marks the second consecutive year that the Murano has earned a spot on U.S. News’ list in the “Best 2-Row” category.
U.S. News highlights the Murano’s “upscale” interior, with its wide variety of technologies and comfort features.
Victors are determined based on a combination of 5-year cost-to-own estimations and reports given by auto-industry experts.
The award was handed out to Nissan at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show earlier this month. Congratulations, Nissan!