Nissan’s Murano is a little different than the rest of their crossover lineup. Instead of focusing on a low base price and high value, the Murano has traditionally focused on high-style, a comfortable cabin and high fuel economy for the segment. This is reflected in it’s starting price which is the highest among large 2-row mainstream CUVs. On the other hand it’s been a while since the Murano has been completely redesigned. Can the tweaks for 2019 keep the Nissan competitive in the light of new competition from Hyundai, Chevy and Honda?