Nissan Murano from 0to220 KM\H
this video has been taken in Dubai (U.A.E) on 25Dec2007.
the car is: Nissan Murano 2005 model.
It takes 70 seconds to reach speed 220km.
28 sec. to 180
19 sec. to 160
8 sec. to 100
I used the D transmission mode while the test.
2015 Nissan Murano Review and Test Drive !
What's New for 2015
The Nissan Murano is redesigned for 2015 and should get a bold new look, a
power upgrade and possibly a hybrid model.
The Murano's 3.5-liter V6 engine should carry over with slightly better
power and efficiency. The current engine makes 260 horsepower and returns 20
mpg combined. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) will send power to
a choice of a standard front-wheel-drive or optional all-wheel-drive
system. A hybrid version is also possible, and would use a supercharged
2.5-liter four-cylinder and an electric motor similar to the system in the
Sales of the 2015 Nissan Murano begin this fall. The oddball Murano
CrossCabriolet is not expected to return. New style and improved power and
fuel economy should make the Murano even better suited to contest against
midsize crossovers like the Ford Edge and Toyota Venza. Check back for a
full review of the 2015 Murano, including specs, driving impressions and
buying advice as it becomes available.
Why Own a Nissan Murano
This video is an overview of the features and benefits of owning a Nissan
Mike V - Editor
AGCO's Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) Explained
AGCO was the first company to introduce the Continuously Variable
Transmission (CVT) for agricultural products. It is the only true step-less
transmission in the agricultural market today. While the CVT is superior in
efficiently transferring power to the ground, the largest benefit is
realized when operators can throttle-down and speed-up offering
market-leading production and fuel efficiencies.
The D-Drive Infinitely Variable Geared Transmission
This brain-bending invention could be the holy grail of transmission
technology - it allows you to smoothly move through gear ratios from top gear all
the way through neutral and into reverse without ever disengaging the
engine. Plus, there's no friction drive component, so the power is always
transmitted through gear teeth - there's never any slip or friction losses.
In fact, the D-Drive's main difficulty is that it's so damn hard to
understand that people don't really know what to do with it. So here's a
close-up look, which will hopefully get a few people thinking.
Read the complete article here:
mission-geared/15088/ and a follow up to the response here:
NIssan Murano vs Dodge SRT 10 S.C. truck
1/8th mile drag race, Nissan Murano AWD vs Dodge SRT10 supercharged truck
with no traction. Notice the sound of the injen intake with the shiftless
XTRONIC CVT in the 2013 Nissan Altima | AutoMotoTV
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Next-generation XTRONIC CVT®
Nissan first adopted the Continuously Variable Transmission in 1992, then
refreshed and modernized it a decade later, becoming one of the world's
first automotive manufacturers to include the CVT on passenger cars. Now,
10 years on again, they've taken it to another level.
The 2013 Nissan Altima will be the first Nissan with the next-generation
XTRONIC CVT. The dramatically improved technology achieves a significant
15% increase in fuel efficiency, accelerates faster, runs quieter and offers an even more
seamless shifting experience.
How does it do this? By giving it the world's highest transmission ratio
and also reducing the transmission's weight, length, friction, and even the
amount of transmission fluid needed.
The transmission ratio is 7.3:1, which is a broader ratio than you'll find
in an average automatic, and far superior to the 6.0:1 you'd find in a
similar model vehicle.
Intelligent CVT Logic ensures that the transmission is always in the right
gear, which eliminates any wasteful gear hunting. The expanded gear ratio
also reduces engine revolutions drastically, allowing the Altima to cruise
at 60 miles per hour at fewer than 1500 RPMs. The benefits of lower RPMs
are obvious -- better fuel efficiency and a noticeably quieter ride.
So, what does all this mean for the driver? Efficiency: up to 15% increase
in fuel efficiency. Performance: it delivers absolutely seamless
performance and alleviates many of the concerns that drivers held about
earlier CVT's. Quiet: the higher-efficiency and 40% reduction in friction
allows the car to perform at higher speeds at very low RPMs, practically
eliminating all noise from the transmission.
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2015 Nissan Murano: Almost Everything you Have Ever Wanted to Know
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The brand new 2015 Nissan Murano is coming soon
to a Nissan dealership near you. With a completely redesigned interior and
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