2017 Nissan Murano SUV Now Comes with a Price Tag and Apple CarPlay

Nissan is looking to maintain the sales momentum

The third-gen Nissan Murano saw a 55 percent increase in sales since January 2015, a sufficient reason for Nissan to mildly tweak their halo SUV.

As a result, the 2017 Murano is now available with Apple CarPlay and the Drive Attention Alert suite. Just like it was the case with the freshly-revealed Nissan Micra, the Japanese carmaker is trying to bring its A-game when it comes to safety features.

What the Drive Attention Alert does is it learns the driver's steering patterns and sends notifications whenever a state of drowsiness or distraction sets in (SL and Platinum versions get is as standard, but you can opt for it in SV guise).

Mechanical-wise, the 2017 Murano is still wrapped around the 260-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 powerplant linked to the Xtronic transmission. FWD comes as standard, but you can upgrade to Nissan's Intuitive All-Wheel Drive setup.

The entry-level Murano S FWD starts at Murano S FWD $29,740 while the range-topping 2017 Murano Platinum AWD requires a hefty $40,780 investment on the client's behalf.

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