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2021 Nissan Murano prices increase slightly, base trim gets more tech

The Nissan Murano, soldiers into 2021 bearing slightly higher prices, but the amount of the increase varies by trim level. The entry-level Murano, the base S with front-wheel drive, sees the highest increase at $780, while the most expensive version, the all-wheel-drive Murano Platinum, inches up by just $80.

For 2021, the Nissan Murano S starts at $33,605, including the $1,095 destination charge. Compensating for the higher tariff, the S now includes Nissan’s Safety Shield 360 batch of driver-assist features, which was previously standard only on the SV and higher trims. The bundle consists of forward-collision warning with pedestrian detection and automatic emergency braking, lane-departure warning, blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, rear automatic braking, and automatic high-beams. All-wheel drive, previously a $1,600 upcharge, now will set you back $1,550 on the S and on all other Muranos.

The 2021 Murano SV is now $36,735 for the front-wheel-drive version and $38,285 with AWD. A new temptation for SV buyers is the Special Edition package, which brings a dual-panel moonroof, a 360-degree-view monitor, synthetic-leather seats, heated front seats, and 20-inch wheels with a dark gray finish.

At the upper end of the lineup, the SL and Platinum see prices increase by $130 with front-wheel drive, to $41,105 for the SL and $45,155 for the Platinum. Their AWD variants are just $80 dearer at $42,655 for the SL and $46,705 for the Platinum.

There are no other changes to the 2021 Nissan Murano lineup beyond three new paint colors: Magnetic Black Pearl, Boulder Gray Pearl, and Scarlet Ember Tintcoat.

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