In a sea of blandness, the Murano has been standing out since 2003 with concept car looks you can’t ignore. Now in its 3rd generation, Nissan continues to refine its popular crossover by advancing its personality into a conversation-friendly lounge on wheels.The Murano is one of the original crossovers arriving before that term was even coined. It emerged with great success at a time when truck-like SUVs were just starting to lose their grip. It remains one of Nissan’s strongest performers, selling at about half the rate of the bigger Pathfinder. And now for its 3rd act, this U.S.-built Murano aims to be better through a thorough maturation process that includes a focus on making the interior a place where people look forward to spending time.