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2024 Nissan Murano gets a price hike (ish), not much else

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Even though the Nissan Murano is getting a little long in the tooth, it’s still a strong seller for the brand. In fact, for the first quarter this year, sales for the SUV were up 32.3% year-over-year. Since this midsize SUV is slated to be redesigned for 2025 (we previously reported it was 2024), we aren’t going to see many changes for 2024, and at first blush, it looks like there’s a significant price hike for the 2024 Nissan Murano. But it’s more of a streamlining of trims than an actual price hike.

A $4k price increase?

On paper, base to base, you’ll notice there is nearly a $4k increase. But Nissan has dropped the base S trim, which started at $34,160 for 2023. Now, the base trim is the SV, and if you look at the 2023 SV vs the 2024 SV, there’s only a $220 increase. Actually, there is only a $220 increase across the board.

Pricing below doesn’t include the $1,335 destination fee.

Note: The top Midnight trim has also been dropped, so we didn’t include it in the pricing comparo.

Trim2023 MSRP2024 MSRP
Murano S FWD$34,160 n/a
Murano SV FWD$37,770 $37,920
Murano SL FWD$41,660 $41,880
Murano Platinum FWD$45,710 $45,930
Murano S AWD$35,860 n/a
Murano SV AWD$39,400 $39,620
Murano SL AWD$43,360 $43,580
Murano Platinum AWD$47,410 $47,630

So, there’s nothing else new?

Other than the trim shakeup? Not really. The only other change the 2024 Nissan Murano press release mentions is that a power panoramic roof is now standard on the SL trim.

The bottom line

So, it looks like Nissan is just holding the line until it can get that redesigned 2025 Murano out the door. We expect a new powertrain, more tech and a higher level of connectivity as well as a complete redesign.

Since we had previously thought the redesign was coming for 2024, we have to wonder if that tool theft affected more than just the Nissan Kicks.

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Jill Ciminillo

Jill Ciminillo is the Managing Editor for Pickup Truck + SUV Talk as well as a Chicago-based automotive writer, YouTube personality and podcast host, with her articles and videos appearing in outlets throughout the U.S. Additionally, she co-hosts a weekly radio show on car stuff for a local Chicago station. Previously, Jill has been the automotive editor for both newspaper and broadcast media conglomerates. She is also a past president for the Midwest Automotive Media Association and has the distinction of being the first female president for that organization. Jill is also currently a juror for the North American Car, Utility and Truck of the Year (NACTOY).

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