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Nissan Murano Vs Ford Everest

November 29,2016

There are two models always against each other or people are commonly confused about choosing any one of it. This condition can be applied to two models of a single manufacturer or may be two models from two different automakers. Here, we are targeting two major models from two major Automakers – Nissan and Ford. Nissan and Toyota are regarded to be the top most Japanese automaker which is known so people all around the world prefer them a lot due to the stability the units come up with. Furthermore, Nissan is really working hard to be on the top. Hopefully, it will achieve its target soon.

Nissan Murano

Nissan is a well – known automaker which belongs to the automotive industry of Japan whereas there are several models it has produced over the time. Furthermore, here we are going to discuss the Model Nissan Murano. It comes with front wheel drive and four doors. The Nissan Murano 2015 traps in empty - nesters with its colorful new design, then hooks them with just the right mix of self-assured performance. Moreover, it has other features like head – turning and dramatic exterior, very quiet cabin and superb ride quality. As far as fuel economy is concerned, it comes with 21 mpg and 28 mpg. EPA classifications shows Murano to be of small sport utility vehicles 2 - wheel drive. It has an interior designed to be of Second Hip Room, Front Shoulder Room, Second Head Room, Passenger Volume and Second Shoulder Room to be 55.2 in, 59.5 in, 39.5 in, 108.1 fts and 58.8 in respectively. Furthermore, it has Front Leg Room of 40.5 in, front hip room of 55.4 in, passenger capacity of 5 people, second leg room of 38.7 in and front head room of 39.9 in accordingly. Exterior of the following model is designed to be of Track Width front and rear, Length, Height, Wheelbase, Width, Max w/o mirrors, Min Ground Clearance and Lift over Height of 64.6 in each, 192.4 in, 66.6 in, 111.2 in, 75.4 in, 6.9 in and 30.8 in respectively. Cargo Volume Seat 1, Cargo Volume Seat 2 and Cargo Volume Seat 3 are of 69.9 in and 39.6 in for seat 2 and 3 whereas Cargo Box Width, Cargo Area Length, and Cargo Area Height are 45 in, 37 in and 33.7 respectively. It has disc rear and front brakes along with ABS system of 4 wheel whereas the fuel tank capacity is of 19 gal. Moreover, it has turning diameter of 38.7 along with steering type of rack – pinion. The curb weight of Nissan Murano is of 3790 lbs while it has a fuel economy for city, combined and highway is of 21 mpg, 24 mpg and 28 respectively. Strut and Multi - link is front and rear of the front and rear suspension respectively.

Ford Everest

Nobody appears to be able to make attractive Ute - based Sport Utility Vehicle but the Everest comes closer to being good looking when it is compared with Toyota Fortuner like the albeit in a Terminator kind of way. The cabin is modern, massive and practical with comfortable seating and plenty of storage. The third row is also properly suitable for adults with decent leg and headroom. The back seats fold flat to the floor when not being used leaving a whopping 1050 litres of clear boot space. This is the mid-spec Everest but it comes kitted out with a mountain of equipment that outdoes the Toyota. There is a rear - view camera, eight-inch screen, front and digital radio, rear parking sensors, power tailgate, one 230 Volt, it’s WI - FI enabled, auto high beam and four 12 volt sockets.

Like the Fortuner, the Everest nails safety with a five-star ANCAP crash test rating, traction and stability control, seven airbags, EBD and ABS. There’s also a lane keeping system which will steer you back into your lane and adaptive cruise control. The Everest has a 143kW/470Nm 3.2-litre five-cylinder turbodiesel engine and with its six-speed automatic transmission uses 8.5L/100km. The SUV also has a full-time four-wheel drive system ensuring all wheels have optimum traction. As with the Fortuner, the driver can lock the differential for tough terrain, but the Everest also has four driving modes: Normal; Snow, Gravel, Grass; Sand and Rock. Ford has put the Everest though three million kilometers of testing and much of that development was done in Australia. Like the Fortuner the Everest is based on a Ute – the Ranger – and is a talented off roader thanks to the body sitting on a ladder frame and that excellent four - wheel drive system. On the road, the ride is comfortable, but those commercial roots are hard to hide.

Hopefully, this was a nice piece of writing for comparing two diverse models. If you want to get the particular Japanese Used cars, do check out JP Vehicles which has a huge diversity in its products. It offers the minimum price range for importing second hand Japanese cars whereas no hidden charges are applied to you so try it out. Do add more to it or give your suggestion in the comment box below!
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