National Geographic : 2007 Jun
Continuously Variable Transmission CVT for non-gearheads. (You'll understand the joke in a minute.) First. To second. To third. Is history.As you drive, Nissan Murano's Xtronic CVT" (Continuously Variable Transmission) technology determines the best fit between your engine and wheel speed for every given moment. It's virtually gearless, so you experience swift acceleration without shift-shock. And at any speed, it lets the engine work less, maximizing fuel economy." So now you understand smooth CVT. Get it? To learn more, visit NissanUSA.com. 5-STAR RATING CRASH SAFETY The Nissan Murano SHIFTsmoothUV *2007 EPA fuel-economy estimates for Murano 2WD w/CVT are 20 mpg city/25 mpg highway. Actual mileage may vary. Government star ratings are part of the National Highway TrafficSafety Administration's (NHTSAs) New Car Assessment Program (www.safercar.gov). A 5-star rating is the highest government safety rating for driver and right-front-passenger seating positions in frontal crash tests and for front- and rear-passenger seating positions in side-impact crash tests. Model tested was 2007 Murano with standard side-impact air bags. Nissan, the Nissan Brand Symbol, "SHIFT_"tagline and Nissan model names are Nissan trademarks. Tread Lightlyl!Please. Always wear your seat belt, and please don't drink and drive. ©2007 Nissan North America, Inc.