2010 Nissan Murano Values

Select a 2010 Nissan Murano trim level

2010 model year changes

Following a major redesign in 2009, the Murano returns for 2010 with relatively minor updates. A Murano LE FWD model has been added to the lineup, and privacy glass is now available on the S and standard across the rest of the line. Intelligent Key is now standard on the S and SL models, and a security system is now standard on the SL. A dual-panel moonroof is now standard on the LE, and roofrails have been added to the SL.

Competitive comparison

Reliable, powerful V6 engine; stylish, aggressive design; sporty and capable handling; luxurious top-line LE trim.

Special features for 2010

The 2010 Murano sits in a crowded crossover SUV segment, but it has no shortage of features that set it apart. The 2009 redesign was an effective evolution of the car's popular look, and Nissan's 3.5L V6 is widely regarded as one of the best powerplants in the automotive world. Coupled with the chassis it shares with the Altima, the Murano's car-like reflexes, ample power, creature comforts and spacious interior make it the ideal candidate for moving people and cargo in a comfortable, sporty, entertaining manner.
A mid-size crossover with seating for five, the 2010 Nissan Murano is a carryover from the 2009 model. The Murano can be equipped with your choice of FWD or AWD. One engine is available, the 3.5L V6 which produces 265 hp and is paired with a smooth and efficient CVT. Standard features include dual-zone climate control, stability control, and LED taillights.