New Nissan Murano with new Safety Techonologies


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MELBOURNE – Feb 19, 2014: The 2014 Nissan Murano is now on sale, boasting new features and attractive drive away prices.

The 2014 Nissan Murano features a number of changes in the range topping Ti grade. The Murano Ti now includes a suite of safety technologies including Blind Spot Warning, Lane Departure Warning and Moving Object Detection.

Blind Spot Warning is designed to alert drivers to the presence of other vehicles traveling in their blind spots. It delivers a sound alert and ‘warning indicator’ fitted to the Murano Ti’s passenger-side mirror. Lane Departure Warning makes certain a moment’s distraction doesn’t become a catastrophic error by ensuring that the driver does not unintentionally drift out of their lane. Should they veer off their intended course, the driver will be instantly alerted by both a display indicator and an audible warning. Moving Object Detection automatically engages whenever the Murano Ti is in reverse, activating the rear view monitor to show what’s behind the vehicle on the display screen and giving both a visual and audio alert to any objects that move into the Murano Ti’s path.

The 2014 Nissan Murano Ti features Integrated Traffic Monitoring as part of the standard-fitment in-car navigation system. Integrated Traffic Monitoring supplies live traffic updates directly to the navigation system, so if there is a delay or obstruction on the planned route, where possible the navigation system will automatically re-plot an alternative route to help avid the problem.

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