Review of Nissan Murano
Nissan Motor Company Ltd, founded by Masujiro Hashimoto in 1911, is a Japanese multinational automobile manufacturing company renowned for producing distinct and funky looking cars. Their hip factor in the car’s designs is well-appreciated and preferred by the people throughout the globe. Continuing their success-story of being ranked sixth in the line of being the highest automobile manufacturer in the world in 2013, the makers of Nissan have quite a few models up their sleeve to solidify their foothold in the automobile industry this year.
The Nissan Murano 2015 has acquired the second position in the Mid-size crossovers and the SUVs segment immediately after its launch, grabbing the eyes of car enthusiasts and the critics. The car impresses with its very first look and breaks the monotony of automobile design.
The car ensures a smarty ride with continuously variable-speed transmission 3.5L 260hp, V6 engine and well-weighted steering and brakes. The car receives a fuel efficiency of 21/28 mpg city/highway and has a four-wheel suspension with a front and rear stabilized bar.
The interiors and the technology take a hike in this model due to its ample interior passenger space, quiet cabin and good ambience due to the carefully crafted interiors. The Murano has an improved infotainment system with an eight-inch multi-touch screen, SiriusXM Travel Link services for fuel prices, weather, movie listings, stock information, and sports scores and voice-enabled navigation and audio controls.
With the extrovert design and the well-executed technology, it is a no-brainer that the car is sure to attract car lovers.
Review of Nissan Juke
Want to be the centre of attraction when driving downs the road or stranded in traffic? Then Nissan Juke is the car for you. The car comes with oodles of funk and style and immediately makes heads turn with its perky design. The car is a four door cross between a hatchback and a crossover SUV equipped with beguiling attributes and easy and sharp handling. The car with its launch has drawn a distinct personality of its own with every temptation of falling for this adorable car.
The car is fitted with a small 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine and cranks out a mighty 188 horsepower and a 177 lb-ft of torque due to the absence of the turbo charging. The car offers the drivers a choice of transmission between the continuously variable transmission (CVT) and the six-speed manual transmission. The Nissan Juke packs in a few standard features like full power accessories, cruise control, a tilt-only steering wheel, air conditioning, Bluetooth, satellite radio, a six-speaker stereo sound system and a 5.8-inch touch screen for a round view parking assistance.
But the car faces some serious space crunch issues in its cargo-capacity deficit and less spacious second row. So, the car is apt for those who worry less about car space and prefer to indulge in a funky ride.
Review of Nissan Leaf
The Nissan Leaf 2015 is the future of transportation and has already become the best selling electric car in the world. The 2015 model has seen a remarked improvement from the 2011 model, the special mention being the sharp improvement of the chemistry behind the lithium-ion battery which is designed to take in high surrounding temperatures especially in the tropical and the desert regions.
The car is crafted with a distinctive, polarizing look fused with futuristic engineering. The car has various digitals monitors for displaying the running information of the car with a Space Age styling theme in the interiors.
The Nissan Leaf is powered by a flat 24 kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack placed below the rear seat and the cabin floor. The car is equipped with a battery that sends electricity to an 80-kilowatt, 107 horsepower, electric motor to drive the engine and a generator for recharging the battery that has provisions of receiving the otherwise wasted electrical energy.
Hence, Nissan Leaf is the ultimate buy for those who swear by progressive futuristic and economical sustainable means of transport.