If you’re searching for a sporty and highly capable SUV, you’ve probably come across the 2023 Nissan Murano and the 2023 Hyundai Santa Fe. These two SUVs are designed to fit into various scenarios, whether camping, commuting, or transporting your growing family. Which model can do it better, though?
Our team at Montgomeryville Nissan finds out in this Nissan Murano vs. Hyundai Santa Fe comparison! After reading, you can stop by our dealership near Montgomeryville, Lansdale, and Doylestown, PA, for a test drive of the winner. Let’s dive in!
You’ve got places to go. Whether you’re running to the grocery store, driving to a cooking class with your partner, or commuting to your kid’s away game, you’ll have no trouble getting from Point A to Point B in either the Murano or the Santa Fe.
If you’re in a pinch for time, the Murano’s greater engine will get to your destination in a jiffy. Under the hood of the Nissan, you’ll find a 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 260 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque. The Hyundai sports a 2.5-liter engine that’s capable of producing 191 horsepower and 181 lb-ft of torque.
With a much greater engine size, the Murano can achieve quicker acceleration and a higher output than the Santa Fe.
In either model, you can choose the performance you crave. The Murano and the Santa Fe both equip Front-Wheel Drive and make their brand-specific versions of All-Wheel Drive available. You’ll find Intelligent All-Wheel Drive on the Nissan and HTRAC All-Wheel Drive on the Hyundai.
You deserve to feel confident behind the wheel. You should have peace of mind during every school drop-off, practice pick-up, or daily errand. Fortunately, the Nissan Murano and the Hyundai Santa Fe equip the driver-assistance aids you need on every drive from work, to home, and anywhere in between.
When it comes to safety, the Nissan and the Hyundai help provide peace of mind on every drive with their standard safety suites. In fact, the Santa Fe is equipped with features similar to these systems in the Murano:
If you’re looking for features that keep an eye behind your vehicle while you’re driving or reversing, you’ll prefer the Murano. This SUV makes these features standard:
You’ll be able to experience these features in the Hyundai Santa Fe as well. However, you’ll need to upgrade to a higher trim level or add a package to do so.
No matter whether you’re going to pick up the kids from school or heading out on a double date, some entertainment can go a long way toward making it more enjoyable. Discover the connectivity features inside the Murano and the Santa Fe below.
The Nissan Murano and the Hyundai Santa Fe bring the party to you with these standard technologies:
As you’re listening to your favorite tunes, you’ll stay connected to your drive with the Nissan’s 7-inch Advanced Drive-Assist™ Display. The Hyundai’s Multi-Information Display is only 4.2 inches in size.
When spontaneity strikes, it’s important to get on the road in a flash. With the Murano’s available Nissan Door to Door Navigation with Premium Traffic, you can seamlessly move directions from your smartphone to your car. Plus, its companion app even provides a walking route from your location to wherever your Murano is parked!
While the Hyundai has an available navigation system of its own, it goes without similar features that could aid in finding your car or when you need to set your route quickly.
Have you decided yet between the 2023 Nissan Murano and the 2023 Hyundai Santa Fe? If not, let us help you decide. Thanks to its high-output engine, additional standard safety features, and convenient technology, we believe the Murano is the better choice.
Do you agree? If so, schedule a test drive at Montgomeryville Nissan near Montgomeryville, Lansdale, and Doylestown, PA, today.
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