Nissan Canada says it will sell the 2011 Murano for $4,000 less than the previous year’s model.
The drop in MSRP is part of an “aggressive pricing strategy” the automaker says it expects to increase market share in the cross-over segment.
Starting at just $34,498, the 2011 Murano comes with a number of “value-packed options” for Canadian consumers including the new SV trim level featuring a dual panel moonroof, four-way power passenger seat, 2 GB Music Box and Bluetooth technology.
Since being launched in 2003, Nissan says its Murano helped “define” the CUV segment.
“We needed to demonstrate that Murano is still a value-leader in the market,” said Mark McDade, director, marketing, Nissan Canada.
MSRP for the 2011 Nissan Murano include:
• MURANO S, AWD $34,498
• MURANO SV, AWD $37,548
• MURANO SL, AWD $40,648
• MURANO LE, AWD $44,048
• MURANO LE, AWD $46,248
with Technology Package