The 2015 Murano might not fly, but it is ahead of its time
2015 Nissan Murano Seattle WA
Ladies and Gentleman, the future has arrived. Here at Rairdon’s Nissan of Auburn,we are proud to present the 2015 Nissan Murano Seattle WA, coming to our area soon. This isn’t just a crossover, instead it can be anything you want it to be. Whether that’s a family car, a work car, or an adventure car, the Murano will take you anywhere you need to be with class and style. This redefined vehicle has come a long way from the first model in 2002, and we want you to be excited for the updated style and features.
The 2015 Murano will sport a new exterior style. The model looks thinner and more sport-car like, but still is big enough for all of your crossover needs. The crossover also has newly shaped headlights that look more aerodynamic as the Murano zooms down the road. The LED lights provide low intensity as they surround the brighter headlight, providing a more visible light every time you need them on.
The sleek new exterior gives the interior a new futuresque feel. Ambient LED lighting is installed on the edges and around the center of the car give the feeling of a retro club. It also provides practicality by reducing fumbling in the dark and increasing focus on the road. This modern feel does not deter from the amazing updated comfort. Passengers feel like royalty in full sized seats that provide enough leg room and room to recline.
The 2015 Murano also redefines safety. The crossover comes equipped with a safety shield. This means that it detects cars that are in your blind spot and alert you. It also comes with a forward collision warning that detects possible risks ahead. It can also detect hazards ahead when on cruise control so it can take action before your reflexes even kick in. With all of these features and more, we would feel safe letting any driver drive this off of our lot. It’s safety redefined.
You can expect the 2015 Murano to be in your area later in 2014. Until then, come check out the 2014 Murano to get excited about the newest innovations in driving.