2012 Nissan Murano Update On Sale From September

Mike Stevens | Jun 29, 2011


Nissan Australia has today announced that its updated-for-2012 Murano SUV will hit local showrooms in September, bringing with it a number of styling and equipment updates.

The news follows the updated Murano's international unveiling in August last year - including the launch of a new diesel model for European markets.

For Australia, Nissan's trusty VQ35DE 3.5 litre V6 petrol engine continues service under the bonnet of the Murano range, producing a very respectable 191kW and 336Nm of torque.

Power is transferred through Nissan's Xtronic continuously variable auto-transmission (CVT). Average fuel consumption is listed at a claimed 10.9 l/100km.

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Styling updates for the 2012 model year include a revised grille and headlight design, along with a new front bumper, restyled tail-lights and a new roof-rail design.

There's also new multi-spoke 18-inch alloy wheels and rear privacy glass. Both the entry-level ST and the top-shelf Ti now get rain-sensing wipers.

The ST picks up a Bose audo system with a 2gb music storage hard-drive and a seven-inch colour display, along with a reversing camera and heated front seats. The ST also gets fog lamps as standard.

The range-topping Ti adds Nissan's new satellite navigation system, USB and iPod connectivity and a 9gb music storage hard-drive.


  • 2012 Nissan Murano ST - $47,990 (up $1000)
  • 2012 Nissan Murano Ti - $58,390 (up $500)

Note: all prices are Manufacturer’s List Price and do not include dealer delivery or on-road costs.

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  • D.E says,
    4 years ago
    I have a 2010 Nissan Murano Ti, from before the first service the brakes squeal & continue to do so, I bought it from NEW & yet Nissan say at 5000kms it's wear & tear, I've had my car back to Nissan service department several times with NO success so I called Nissan customer care only to be told because a drive carefully & don't slam on the brakes this problem is my fault so all Nissan has to do is to machine the rotates or replace them BUT NISSAN COULDN'T GIVE A DAM $64,000 car what do they care they have my money, i'm never buying another Nissan again, there after sale service sucks, my car also comes back to me with grease & oil over my cream leather seats, centre console, armrest on the door & steering wheel, full new car warranty doesn't mean what it implies, Nissan you should be ashamed of yourselves SHAME SHAME SHAME.....My car is also going back the 4th time to fix the drivers side electric seat, they didn't believe me it was broken the first 3 times I took it in!!!!!!
    • NB says,
      4 years ago
      .... you would think that Nissan and even other car makers/dealers would realise that some cars that they make & sell are "faulty" for whatever reason, therefore Fix it rather than find excuses for it? A Happy customer is a returning customer!!!
  • Kinana says,
    4 years ago
    Hi I have nissan murano 2006 but just I like to khow how mush the murano 2012 is Ithank you
    • Mike Stevens
      Mike Stevens [TMR] says,
      4 years ago
      Hi Kinana,

      The pricing for the 2012 Murano range is listed at the bottom of the article, above. I've pasted them again below for your reference;

      2012 Nissan Murano ST - $47,990 (up $1000)
      2012 Nissan Murano Ti - $58,390 (up $500)


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