2015 Nissan Murano SL Start Up, Road Test, and In Depth Review

Hello and welcome to Saabkyle04! YouTube’s largest collection of automotive variety! In today’s video, we’ll take an up close and personal, in depth look at the all new 2015 Nissan Murano SL FWD.

MSRP pricing for the Murano, before options, begins at:

Murano S: $29,560
Murano SV: $32,620
Murano SL: $36,950
Murano Platinum: $39,000
AWD adds an additional $1,600 to the base price
Price as shown for this SL FWD, including the Technology Package ($2,260) and destination ($885): $40,095


Initial start up – 2:04
Steering/transmission (including driving impressions): 3:24
Surround view camera system: 10:03
Exterior walk around, styling, discussion, background, etc: 11:18
Wheels/tires/brakes/suspension: 15:14
Engine, performance, fuel economy: 16:54
Interior quality, design, and comfort: 17:51
Sound (exhaust) clips: 20:02
Available audio systems: 21:07
Nissan Connect in depth demo (how to use): 22:47
Other interior features, unique bits, and tech: 29:05
Rear seat space and amenities: 33:49
Trunk space: 38:01
Summary/closing: 39:17

During this presentation, we will take a 1st person look at what the vehicle is all about beginning with the start up, performance data, fuel economy, the occasional track data, and build quality. Also, I will teach you how to use most of the interior and exterior features in a detailed fashion, that before, you could only get from going to a dealership yourself! Throughout the video, I will highlight key styling and unique differences about the vehicle, any available options, and of course it would not be an enthusiast car video without the good ole engine portion with rev and exhaust note with interior and exterior perspectives. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.

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skbuoy says:

Idk what the fuck Nissan designers are thinking…their new cars are just simply fugly. The Japanese designers are on some type of drugs or what? Nissan, Lexus, Acura…wtf

Robert Schneider says:

I definitely think the Murano SV with Premium Package is the way to go. Waiting till the end of the year to find a certified used one for under $30,000

Blake Willis says:

Nissan needs to make a new key fob, and chime. It is old, and worn out

Emmanuel González says:

Is it just me? Or the motor sounds heavier than it’s predecessor. The startup doesn’t sound as beautiful as it was once.

Jonah Mitchell says:

I’m sure that we just got the runt, but we purchased a Murano a few years back, and it was the worst vehicle we have ever had. The transmission went out 3 times, and when you started it, the cabin filled with a burning oil smell. I am not upset at the fact that we just got one of the rare few vehicles that turned out this way, I’m upset at how HORRIBLY Nissan treated us. After our warranty went out, and the transmission went out for the third time, they basically kicked us to the curb and made us pay for it fully, without ever even properly fixing it. On the other hand, the interior held up very nicely. It was a very comfortable and luxurious vehicle. It just is disappointing at how our dealership treats their customer. I hope other dealers aren’t like ours. :-/


I like your video’s, but you know what I would like you to STOP doing, revving the engine up from the outside front, then behind, then with the hood open, and you sit there and gun the engine, for me, that is very annoying. I think we get it if the car starts, you don’t need to rev the engine so many times, and it very noisy, that’s where I mute the video or just try to fast forward past that part. I think it would make a better video, at least I would enjoy it more. Just a suggestion.

Sharon Lorena Cruz says:

Nissan murano is nice 2015

Claudia Pomar says:

Great review!

Edwin Aguilar says:

purchased the vehicle. 2 months ago . its is. truly great the NASA inspired zero gravity seats is the best out their. the vehicle was meant to go against luxury brands it stands out and it holds its own. its a smooth ride. i got the sl version with the panoramic moonroof 9 speaker dual sub sound system.. no ragrets . see it and drive it personally it will change your point of view on how you feel about it if you don’t like it.

Bit Hog says:

You should include a bit more on the drivetrain. How the power is split between the 4 wheels at different drive speeds etc..

epiK shots says:

Very nice sound of the engine. Great review

WE TC9710 says:

Oh and the murano is platinum.

Jamil Lynch says:

Terrific review! +

MrPhotonjockey says:

Gee, could you needlessly rev the engine a few hundred more times?

cano malo says:

who watched the whole 41:16 ? your videos are too long and boring, glad there are better reviewers out there

Zacklee zacks says:

Good review. Thanks

snakebite210 says:

Bravo. Love all the hard work that went into the video

Guest says:

I don’t understand why a vehicle of this price range don’t have HID or LED headlights as standard. I’d have to step up to the platinum trim to get LED headlights.

Урмат Бердалиев says:


Zacklee zacks says:

command start looks rough on the thumb lol

rhymegarden says:

“2015 Nissan Murano. It’s just better.”

rkgsd says:

I don’t really care for the chrome trim along the bottom.

HKtechguy97 says:

I observed some cues from Motorweek there, especially with your commentary whilst sitting in the drivers seat etc.

ant sala says:

I don’t see any of these on the road, wonder whats wrong with them? ford edge is its main competitor and I don’t see any of them either

phlotographer says:

another great review Kyle. I also find the “listen to the engine” over done but you do the best reviews of anyone. Could also do without “without further Ado” also. My son has the 2015 Pathfinder and I did almost buy the 2013 Murano but found the ride a bit stiff compared to what I did get in the 2011 MKX but it is good to know that this version has a more traditional “old folks” ride and this will be one vehicle I will be recommending to my sister in law who is looking to replace her current vehicle. Thanks again and I will look to see if you have a review of the Mercedes Benz GLA 250 4Matic as what I have read, this vehicle looks to offer many nice options and is in a similar price range in Canada.

FireBlade says:

This thing is beautiful

Richard Stone says:

Please stop revving the engines. That is not important to most people and very annoying.

jeremy-liang 11268 says:

it is nice car

Swiresjr says:

I love the way it looks on the outside but I think the last generation had a better interior and the very first one (2003) was revolutionary and still looks amazing

Peter says:

very good review but as others have said those loud engine revs were annoying.

John Appleseed says:

Looks like you’re a big fan of the Murano, Kyle! Nice video 🙂

Terrence Payne II says:

I’m kinda surprised about the new Murano. I like the new design. Looks real good!

Craig Frazier says:

Excellent review!

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