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Review: 2015 Nissan Murano hits the mark
Review: 2015 Nissan Murano hits the mark

The burnt orange paint was a bad idea. When Nissan first unveiled its all-new 2015 Murano at last year's New York Auto Show, the third-generation crossover was coated in an off-putting shade more fitting for baby food. The hue was a curious choice since the Murano has never needed help getting attention. Since it was first introduced in 2002, this mid-size crossover has been a key oddball in the Nissan family. Its trademark take-it-or-leave-it styling has been as original as it is weird. Nissan even chopped the roof off the previous version to create the CrossCabriolet, a model that at least a dozen buyers thought was a good idea. The look of the new 2015 Murano, for sale now,...

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