Many vehicles offer a lot of space, but require you to fold down seats in order to get it. The class-leading 39.6 cubic-foot cargo capacity of the Murano, however, is available even when all seats are at capacity.
The Murano underwent major changes for the 2015 model year, and with a striking aerodynamic body that appears to be shaped solely by the wind, you better get used to turning heads while you're out on the road.
Although the Murano is able to travel as far as 28 mpg on the highway, it doesn't sacrifice performance in order to achieve the rating. The crossover is still able to shell out 260 horsepower without batting an eye.